Design Crush: Beth Webb

I saw this kitchen below in the new issue of Veranda (which is great, by the way) and had to know more about the designer, Beth Webb.
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And I’m so glad I researched her because her portfolio is full of gorgeous inspiration!

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A lot of her work is very serene and full of rustic modern touches, but she also can do dramatic and glamorous with equal skill!

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I’d like to sit in this living room with a stack of magazines.

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This glossy blue ceiling is really something.

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And so are all those iron and glass doors!!! Someday I will have one…someday….

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Traditional style with touches of blue.

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A very cool artist’s studio, hard not to be inspired in here.

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A few pieces to help you source items in this “look”:

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All images via Beth Webb & Veranda.

 

 

18 comments

  1. I just discovered Beth Webb this morning on Instagram! Merida sent an enormous rug to one of her projects. Beautiful work!

  2. Erin, if you are not familiar with Beth Webb, then you may not have a subscription to Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. I live in Seattle, am from Boston, but I’ve had an online subscription for years (on my iPad). You will love it!

  3. Saw that same article in this month’s Veranda, and laughed because the Costa Rica vacation home she decorated is my neighbor’s. :-) Beautiful work!

    1. Hilarious!… I was just checking out her work this past weekend! I pinned that loggia pic a while ago cuz I love the color mix… i just want to sit out there with a fancy glass cocktail and a good book (with that cute puppy dog, too, of course)!

  4. Beautiful use of neutrals but would love to see a pop or orange or green, for example, in some of those rooms.

  5. This woman totally gets balance without being fussy. Perfect equilibrium in every setting. To add harsh color would be a shame. Nothing screams, just interesting and edited. And finally!! Someone finally doing drapes correctly! I have seen way too may curtain panels just hanging. Beth Webb ‘s work is outstanding! Thank you Erin!

  6. Beth is it for me. I saw that black and white DR [in the Atlanta Decorators Showhouse] and almost couldn’t move from the room. I started sweating and shaking ….it was THAT good.

  7. Love her work, Erin! She makes neutral anything but boring, especially with those black walls………also loving the art studio look, of course!

    Holly

  8. I loved that house in the latest veranda too. In my opinion veranda is the best decorating magazine out there hands down! Thanks to the reader who suggests Atlanta lifestyles magazine I will have to check it out!

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