Beth Webb & Tristan Harstan

FLOWER Magazine Atlanta Showhouse: Second-Story Bedroom and En Suite

Beth Webb

Interior Designer

FLOWER ATLANTA SHOWHOUSE PREVIEW:
SECOND-STORY BEDROOM AND EN SUITE

Artist's rendering of Beth Webb designed bedroom
Artist's rendering of Second-Story Bedroom
Photo by Emily Followill
Photo by Emily Followill

BETH WEBB & Tristan Harstan’s Showhouse Resources

ANTIQUES

Ainsworth-Noah

ART

Scott Ingram

CABINETRY

Kingdom Woodworks

COUNTERTOP

Temmer

FABRICS

B. Mori*
Jasper Fabrics*
Rose Cumming*
Samuel & Sons*

FAUCETS/FIXTURES

Waterworks

FLOOR COVERINGS

Keivan Woven Arts

FURNITURE

Allan Knight*
Dessin Fournir*
Jerry Pair
Rose Tarlow
Nancy Corzine

HARDWARE

Iron Studio
Sherle Wagner
International

 

*available through Ainsworth-Noah

LIGHTING

Circa Lighting
Edgar Reeves

LINENS

Matouk available through Gramercy

PAINT

Benjamin Moore
Fine Paints of Europe

WALLPAPER

Phillips Jeffries

WINDOW TREATMENTS

Willard Pitt Curtain
Makers

Beth Webb is an internationally recognized designer admired for her tactile, serene, and dynamic spaces. Founder and creative director of Atlanta-based Beth Webb Interiors, Beth is known for her sophisticated and inviting style which fosters a sense of well-being. Signature facets of Beth’s work include nuanced, rich texture; tension in contrasting forms; and a worldly point of view inspired by her many travels.

Beth’s work has been widely featured throughout top-tier shelter magazines. A veteran of the design industry, she is a board member of the Design Leadership Network. A tome devoted to many of her projects—Beth Webb: An Eye for Beauty; Rooms That Speak to the Senses—is available through Rizzoli.

In spring 2020, Beth launched her first home collection featuring an assortment of lighting, accessories, and accent furniture with global lifestyle brand Arteriors.

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