October’s issue of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Magazine details a new Atlanta-area home with old world charm built for Jeff and Lisa Martin and their three teenage sons. The house was designed to be elegant yet liveable with personality that can grow and develop with the family. Renowned designer Beth Webb worked with architect Peter Block to bring the Martin’s vision to life and give them their dream home, and boy did she hit the nail on the head!
Featuring abundant sunlight, open and airy rooms and plush décor, this home embodies understated elegance and is truly spectacular. We love how Webb helped the Martins embrace the warm climate and fuse the outdoors with the interior spaces. Large floor to ceiling windows are flooded with light and look out on greenery throughout the home. Plus, the house features a stunning second outdoor kitchen/living area that, thanks to a fan for warmer months and heat lamps for the cooler winter season, can be enjoyed year-round.
Indoors, Webb selected a variety of unique textures to give warmth and life to the classic neutral color palette. From soft suede sofas to grainy wood accents, to Merida’s beautiful, textured Cortina wool and sisal rug, each unique texture helps define that particular piece and subtly set it apart without detracting from the unified look of the room.
Bottom line – we can’t get enough of this traditional and charming new home!
To learn more about designer Beth Webb and to view her portfolio, visit her website here.
To view specs and colorways of Merida’s Cortina rug, click here.
To order samples of Cortina and other Merida rugs, click here.