Cameron Kimber

Posted on Wed, 30 Mar 2016 by KiM

Someone yesterday left a comment that it seems just about EVERY post highlights work that showcases only white walls and themes. I would like to prove this person wrong with this post of spaces by Australian interior designer Cameron Kimber. Only featuring a few white walls. “Three words dominate my designs: comfort, relaxation, and elegance. My aim is that every room in the house has an over-all look and feel of comfort and relaxation with certain panache – a touch of the unexpected but always being very polished.”

Anna L says:

I love Desire to Inspire! So many design blogs are looking tired recently. Yours still always provides eye candy. I like color. In my own home I agreed to keep it very minimal for my husband. The garden is maximalist for me. The blue kitchen and the one with the stone floor are both quite modern and streamlined. Who can resist the dark library and study? So many great fabrics and details. I like the clever use of the mirror over the library wall and assume it slides like a barn door to hide away a telly or a desk area. I really like the green used for curtains in the bedroom with wall to wall black cupboards. That green might just have inspired me. Now I have to find it!

loulou ste-adele says:

Lots of good inspiration in this post. Thanks

isabelle says:

hello,just discovered this blog.. and really it hits the objective;; desire to inspire.. who painted/ took picture of / the painting of the room with the tree flower balls and white lamp and two sofa's?Isabelle( Belgium)

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