Beauty Meets Bliss

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A young couple looking to fashion a light-and-bright palette in their newly constructed home looked to Atlanta interior designer Beth Webb to bring their vision of simple sophistication to fruition. Designed with resale in mind—the husband is a national home builder, so it’s not unusual for their houses to “flip” due to the nature of the products being specified and showcased—Webb set out to complement their clean aesthetic with hardworking neutrals, gleaming finishes and plenty of texture. In the his-and-hers master bathroom, a cast-iron Signature Hardware tub is elegantly framed by windows dressed in linen Roman shades with Mary McDonald for Schumacher’s Tikki tape trim, while walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray provide a serene backdrop. Honed Carrara marble countertops, cabinetry swathed in Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White and lightly stained floors contribute to the space’s airy appeal. “We were always on the same page,” says Webb. “It was easy and effortless.”