Tuesday, August 5, 2014

BETH WEBB ~ DESIGN IN ATLANTA

Inspired by the English Arts and Crafts homes designed  by Sir Edwin Lutyens, this five year old Atalanta home created by architect Peter Block and interior designer Beth Webb made for the perfect English manor.  
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Elegant Homes
Peter Block, Peter Block Architects
Eleanor Roper, Interior Stylist and Art Director
Emily Jenkins Followill, Photographer

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13 comments :

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

I ADORE this home and the design in every room! She is so good, and that home is heavenly. Thanks for passing on this great inspiring home! Have a great day T. xo Nancy

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

I love that library, and the bathroom! And that entry is amazing!!

AESTHETICALLY THINKING said...

Gosh! Thank you so much Teresa for this wonderful post! We are thrilled! Thank you also to Peter Block, Architect, Emily Followill, photographer, and Eleanor Roper, Interiors Stylist and Art Director. We could not have done this without each of you!

Karena Albert said...

I adore Beth's design work Teresa, so elegant yet quite comfortable!

xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

designchic said...

I love her design and this home is perfection - calm, chic and warm. Adore the sconces in the hall outside the bathroom - so beautiful! Hope you're having a great week, Teresa ~

I Dream Of said...

What a beautiful home. I especially love the first photo - would love to get my living room looking a bit more like that. And the indoor/outdoor space is a dream.

Hope you are having a beautiful week, Teresa! XO

laura Madalene said...

Love the pictures you posted with the gray sofa and they are lovely! I think gray would be a good choice too, especially if you "live" in that room. I'm sure whatever you decide will look beautiful:
cirrus-sofa-design

Stacy Curran said...

I love this post! I've seen a few of these rooms, but didn't know they belonged to the same house It is so nice to see them together and get a feel for the whole space. It is stunning.
Stacy

designchic said...

Such beautiful designs! Thanks for sharing these! That porch is so lovely. I would live out there!

Kimberly Lemmon said...

In love with the banquette dining area. The art above is just perfect!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Teresa...I love her work!

cindy hattersley design said...

Beth Webb is one of my all time favorite designers. I have never seen a room of hers that I didn't love!!!

Donna Vining said...

All these rooms are spectacular! Beth Webb is such a talented designer, and I have always loved her work!
Donna

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