Tour Beth Webb and Tristan Harstan’s Second-Story Bedroom and En Suite to learn more about her inspiration and sources for this beautiful space. If you enjoy this feature, subscribe to FLOWER magazine for more inspiring homes, gardens, lifestyle content, and of course, florals!
“We want guests to feel like they’re having a luxurious, five-star-hotel experience in this suite.” – Beth Webb & Tristan Harstan
“I like to call this bedroom ‘Rhapsody in Blue.’ The 19th-century cabinet and the Massimo Listri photograph of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg were the starting points for the palette,” says Beth. The “Prince Charles” bed from Rose Tarlow through Jerry Pair, piled with Matouk linens, invites relaxation. According to Beth, “A bedroom should feel sumptuous, elegant, and above all, comfortable.”
“The texture of the grasscloth on the walls is a beautiful contradiction to the high gloss of the ceiling,” Beth says. Tristan adds, “Drapery needs to be luxurious because it envelops the room. I pay a lot of attention to details such as lining the drapery with a heavy bump to create structure and also muffle sound.”
The 19th-century cabinet from Ainsworth-Noah that Tristan found in France helped inspire the room’s colors.
Atop an 18th-century commode, a 19th-century Italian bronze horse stands in front of a contemporary work by Atlanta artist Scott Ingram (who uses nail polishes in his creative process), and a Régence mirror. “Every surface tells its own little story, and this vignette is one of my favorites,” says Tristan.
Details such as a border in the floor tiles and inset panels in the shower bring the sophistication of the bedroom into the bath. A pair of rock-crystal sconces from Visual Comfort are mounted on the mirror above the sink and an elegant gilt lantern hangs in the space.
For the “Rhapsody in Blue” bedroom, Holly Bryan of Holly Bryan Design created an enchanting composition in the palest of pinks. She filled a silver cachepot with Quicksand roses, spiky Blushing Bride protea, bunches of pink rice flower, and clematis foliage. The rosy arrangement glows in its blue surroundings.
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