Interior designer Beth Webb readily admits to loving what she does and lavishing that love on the rooms she designs; here, she’s lavished pastel neutral colors and lots of pure white on this Jett Road home in Atlanta, Georgia. The dining room is awash in natural light that bounces off the white pedestal table and chairs, reflected off a glossy ceiling, and which keeps both the plants and the dog in a fine mood. The palette is largely white and blue, with unique patterned coffee tables and painted furniture. It’s a well-known decorating truism that you can mix prints, as long as the color family is the same, and this home shows off that effect to advantage: floral on the curtains and pillows, and stripes on a throw over the couch pair off nicely with the plain sky-blue cushion on another chair.
Ms. Webb is also known for her affinity for fine art of all kinds; the pitcher in one room sits on an ornate shelf over a white chair with striking carved work. A vintage Oriental rug hangs on one wall as a tapestry; wood flooring in a distinctive herringbone pattern gives visual interest. More blue makes an appearance on a cozy chaise, on a fun striped tablecloth, and in classic Blue Willow ceramics both on the tables and on the walls; these harmonize nicely with the blue of a loveseat and vases on a low table. Finally, the hue provides a subtle accent with a velvet chair in smoky gray, in a framed floral print, and in hydrangeas perched on an antique-finished bar. Soothing and bright at once, this cheery Jett Road home is welcoming, fresh, and full of treats for both the eye and the spirit.