Beth Webb's Serene Interiors

Discover Beth Webb's Atlanta based interior design firm, and explore her serenity-filled projects that are created with the intention of infusing peace, light and sohpistication in every room. Using textured patterns combined with nuanced and layered silhouettes, Beth Webb uses the depth of materiality to create interest in her rooms and a sense of well being in each space.

​Beth Webb is an Atlanta-based interior designer, with projects spanning from North to Central America, who has been internationally recognized for her work as ​Beth Webb InteriorsHer designs are the result of a consolidated vision that puts serenity, dynamism and well-being at the center of each project, and her intent of creating a sense of peace and content in every room. Employing texture as her color palette, she established a fil rouge between her works by using the depth of materiality to create interest and contrast in each space but allowing different tensions and profiles flow together with ease. Elegance, as she says, is rooted in simplicity, and effortlessly creates beauty.

Thanks to her curiosity and passion for travels and art history, Beth is capable of merging different influences in her work, juxtaposing decorative elements from different periods and scouting the best furnishing pieces to suit any mood.

Discover our interview with Beth Webb on Artemest and learn more about how she applies the Italian concept of "La Dolce Vita" in her projects, her favorite luxuries and décor accessories.

What does ‘ Made in Italy’ mean to you? 

A high level of craftsmanship is pivotal to one’s experience of product or home. It is the thoughtfulness that goes into the details that create a first and lasting impression. The importance of objects crafted by the human hand can never be replaced. ‘Made in Italy’ equals quality, beauty and worth.

Who or what has inspired the most your work and style? 

It’s not so much a ‘who’ as a ‘what’. I’m forever inspired by my wanderlust. Travel, art, architecture and all things of beautiful.

He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his head and his hands is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist. - St. Francis of Assisi

Describe your design approach and philosophy.

At the very basis of my design philosophy is the Italian term ‘La Dolce Vita’ . The art of living well is at the core of everything we do. It is an emotional understanding of beauty and style that reaches further than just that which the eye can see. The idea of home runs deep within me and is best expressed through all five senses. We create layers of tangible beauty in sophisticated, classic and uplifting interiors in a continuous pursuit of gracious living.

What is the one design/decor you cannot imagine your clients or yourself living without? 

The one thing I cannot image my clients living without is luxurious bedding, the best one can afford. You’ll never regret it.

What is your idea of the ultimate luxury?

My ultimate luxury is think, to create, to travel for pleasure.

Texture is my color palette.

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