Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles October 2011 - KEIVAN WOVEN ARTS,
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles October 2011
Designer Beth Webb used a new transitional rug with a traditional tone-on-tone pattern in the airy Master Bedroom of the residence she designed.

This Vintage Moroccan carpet with subtle tribal patterns ads a touch of color to the Walk-In Master Closet, while also allowing the clothes to stand out.

A sumptuous tone-on-tone transitional Turkish carpet imbues the Upper Landing with richness.

Webb used a lush and boldly patterns Moroccan carpet with umber tones from the 1940s to anchor the Wet Bar. To the right, she incorporated a stunning Moroccan carpet from the 1960s that contributes texture and soft pops of color to the space.

In the kitchen, Webb utilized this Vintage Oushak runner, bringing pattern and warmth.