Today, we’re spending time with renowned Atlanta designer Beth Webb. The interior designer is known for her soothing interiors. (Isn’t that exactly what we’re looking for in 2021?!) Beth began her career as a private art dealer, having studied in London and earning a Master’s at Sotheby’s. Her deep knowledge of art informs her polished aesthetic– “The eye has to travel,” she says in her official bio. She’s been regularly published in Veranda, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, ELLE DECOR, Milieu, and Luxe, and is a published author. Her book, An Eye for Beauty, was published by Rizzoli in 2017. Today, take a peek at her portfolio in the slideshow and read on to find out what makes her tick.
MY LIGHTBULB MOMENT:
I was a private art dealer at the time when at the dinner table one night, my childhood friend suggested I design a significant home he has just purchased for his foundation. That was a “yes” moment that changed my life.
I CAN’T START MY DAY UNTIL:
The day starts with my Miele coffee maker. I take my coffee with hot milk and one teaspoon of sugar in the raw in my favorite La Tuile a Loup mug with an owl on it. If I am not feeling owlish, I use my snail one!
YOU’LL NEVER SEE ME WITHOUT:
One of my signature hats. In winter it’s Lora Piano fedoras generally; in warmer weather I wear my Hermes panama hat.
MY DREAM COLLABORATION:
An Aman resort or a boutique hotel in St. Barts.
THE ONLY PLACE BETTER THAN ATLANTA:
My fantasy locations include Paris, London and St. Barts.
WHEN I FEEL UNINSPIRED:
Aside from travel, nowadays I look at a magazine, design, art or photography books.
ADVICE I WISH I HAD 5 YEARS AGO:
Find more balance. I continue to give myself that advice every year as it’s impossible to do, maybe if I keep saying that I will!
IN 5 YEARS, FIND ME:
A shack on the beach on St. Barts. My husband has the same thought so…
ABOVE ALL ELSE:
Remain open to all the possibilities.