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Episode 465: Beth Webb


Beth Webb believes that nestled between our experiences, memories and emotions are innate personal preferences that must be present before we truly feel content at home.  She doesn’t so much dictate design but rather acts as a guide on the journey to our most perfect place.


Known for incorporating classic proportions and iconic design details into uplifting light filled spaces, Beth’s design philosophy demonstrates how our five senses transport the instinctive process of design into the tangible.  Drawing from her training in fine arts and her own rich and textured Southern background, Beth creates natural, considered compositions, her spaces threaded with tradition, visual continuity and clarity. As she edits through the clutter of imagery and products competing for our attention she provides a canvas for which we can create meaningful personal expressions.


With a Master’s degree from Sotheby’s in London, Beth’s gateway to her career in interior design began as an art dealer. Today as founder and Creative Director of Atlanta based Beth Webb Interiors, Beth has completed projects throughout the Southeast as well as residences in California, Connecticut, Michigan, the Bahamas and Costa Rica.


As a noted industry ambassador and style influencer, Beth’s work is often featured in Elle Décor, Veranda, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Luxe, Milieu, Southern Accents, and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Her work has been included in books such as Veranda, The Art of Outdoor Living, Veranda, The Romance of Flowers, The Perfect Bath, LINENS, and Creating Home, Design for Living.


In 2015 Beth won the Southeast Designer of the Year Award, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Bath of the Year Award and was included in the prestigious Luxe Magazine Gold List in 2017.


Beth serves on the board of the Design Leadership Network and The Florence Academy of Art. She is a Member of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art and the Leaders of Design Council. Beth often shares her talent and expertise with numerous industry panels, podcasts, summits and showcases across the country and abroad including DIFFA, New York Botanical Garden’s Orchid Dinner, and Luxe Magazine’s Maison de Luxe Designer Show House.


Beth’s first book, An Eye for Beauty, (Rizzoli), gives her design audience insight into her intuitive design process, celebrating interiors that “speak to the senses.”

Explore Beth’s Website here

Beth Webb- An Eye for Beauty- Rooms That Speak to the Senses


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