Beth Webb Designs creates a calming, neutral space with a rustic feel, using a Diamant rug in Desert Taupe with a woven Rift border.
Merida: Explain why you chose this particular Crosspoint pattern and color combination.
Beth: It’s classic, effortlessly comfortable and totally timelessly traditional. I loved the soft neutral colorways with this pared down rustic design.
M: Who do you see living in this space?
B: With Fall in the air, “Comfort is key.” Maybe it’s a getaway at the little new residences in Aspen for a young couple from New York. A heavily textured linen curtain wall anchors the space with rustic reclaimed wood surfaces. Christian Liagre upholstery, always decadently comfortable and at the same time sculptural, ensures luxurious living at its very best. Along with a bespoke coffee table by Gregorius Pineo, the fabrics by C&C Milano and trim by Samuel and Sons, all juxtapose with a decadent chinchilla throw from Loro Piana. Bring on the snow….
M: How your design board reflect your design philosophy?
B: Soft, serene, edited and comfortable with some decadently luxurious, sensual touches.
M: What are some other types of projects you could see Crosspoint being used for?
B: Crosspoint is a chameleon, I can see it going into a formal as well as a causal room setting.
Beth Webb has a penchant for great art, beautiful proportions, and comfortable, yet luxurious touches. Beth believes that proper scale and a sense of timelessness are the foundation of any successful interior–whether it’s traditional, eclectic, or contemporary. Her guiding philosophy on interior design lies in her core belief that any space created for a client should be respectful of their lifestyle and their passions. Hence, listening is of the utmost importance in order to craft a home that embodies a client’s true character and personality. Based in Atlanta, GA, Beth Webb’s projects include homes throughout the southeast, as well as residences in Los Angeles, Florida, Connecticut, Michigan, and Costa Rica.