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A Metro Atlanta Design Firm Specializing in
Designing Your Idea Of Home

B Interiors is a residential interior design firm serving North Atlanta with a reputation for creating comfortable spaces that don’t break the bank. Let’s face it. Some things are better off left to the professionals: Taxes, haircuts and plumbing. Save the time and money you’d spend trying to do it yourself – and invest in a professional designer who has the education, experience and expertise to help you organize your space and create the environment you’ve always dreamed of – no matter how big or small. Good design is an investment, but doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Designs are current and we incorporate an educational background in art, design and architecture to design solutions specifically to meet your needs and your budget. We can do as much or as little as you like, and we work with a host of trusted professional contractors to complete your project.


  • Beth was fantasic to work with.  She had great ideas for our spaces and she was completely respectful of our budget.  She listened to all of our "wants" and "needs" and was great to work with.  We have worked with Beth on several projects in our home since 2006." 

    C. McLaurin

  • "We have contracted with Beth for several decorating jobs at my 1960s split-level home.  We wanted to update to a more modern design rather than traditional, and Beth had wonderful ideas within our budget range.  She is timely, fun to work with and quite a professional.  Her ideas helped us change our home and make it exactly what we dreamed!  We purchased new modern furniture for our bedroom and Beth found fabrics that made the bedroom tasteful, fun, and not "too flashy."  She also arranged to have original artwork designed to match our taste and color selections.  Beth is knowledgeable of all design styles, has experience, and works closely to find style at affordable costs.  She worked well with our contractor, my husband and me.  We all enjoyed our experience and the outcome is just wonderful."

    M. Lawrence

  • "I used Beth with B Interiors to help design my master bedroom.  She listened to all of my needs and preferences and helped design a beautiful bedroom.  She was able to use some of my existing pieces and make them look brand new.  She brought me beautiful fabric choices with various textures.  I love the way it all turned out.  I would definitely use Beth again.  She was a pleasure to work with."

    N. Crews

  • "Creative, timely, respectful and fun are all adjectives I use to describe my experience working with Beth.

    She is creative, has a keen eye for details and is realistic when it comes to project budgets. She knows that not everyone has an unlimited budget for their home projects. I appreciated her honesty and patience during the process.

    I'll use her again...."

    L. Bradley

    N. Crews

2015 Best of Houzz Award!

BestofHouzz2015I was notified this morning that I won a 2015 Best of Houzz Award for Customer Service.  You can read the Press Release below.  I feel so incredibly grateful to be able to do work that I love and to have my clients love what I do.  I have the best clients in the world!


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Tips! Cleaning Up Holiday Messes

You will inevitably have a mess over the next 3 weeks when you will ask yourself, “How do I clean THIS?”   Keep this post handy!   Good luck!

To remove coffee (or tea) stains, rinse area with cold water immediately. Rub in a couple of drops of a mild, white dishwashing liquid and rinse well. Then treat with a mixture of one-part white household vinegar and three-parts water. Rinse again and launder as you normally do. Note: If cream was used in the coffee, you may have to sponge the stain with dry-cleaning fluid.

To eliminate cranberry stains, scoop up as much of the sauce as you can—as quickly as you can— and then rinse with cold water. Pretreat the stained area and then wash—as the care label for the fabric indicates.

To get rid of candle wax from the tablecloth, let the wax harden—a quick way is to put it in the freezer. Then scrape it off the tablecloth with a dull knife. Place paper towels on both sides of the stain and set the iron on the warm setting, then iron (no steam) over the stained area. Change the towels often to absorb all of the wax. Launder as usual.

To clean up gravy, spoon it up as fast as you can. Sprinkle artificial sweetener or flour over the stained area to absorb the grease. Put the tablecloth into a sink and soak in a mixture of one teaspoon of a mild, colorless detergent with each cup of lukewarm water for at least 20 minutes. Then wash as usual and let air dry—don’t put in the dryer.

To remove red-wine stains, pour a big dose of salt on top of the stain to absorb the liquid. Put the tablecloth into cold water and try to rub out the stain. Use an enzyme detergent in the hottest water safe for the fabric, soak for 30 minutes and launder.

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Making a House a Home: Keep or Toss?

Over a lifetime, we acquire things and get rid of things.  Just think about all the things you’ve had in your home. A clock that used to belong to a relative, an object purchased on a special vacation, or a childhood toy.  We tend to hold onto the things that have the most meaning.  Things that have a story.  Things that remind us of people or places or a certain time in our lives.  Those are the things that show the world who we are.  Therefore, arranging our “stuff” is not a trivial task.  William Morris, one of the famous designers of the Arts and Crafts period, once said, “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”  So the next time you’re cleaning your closets, ask:   Does it work?  Is it useful?  Is it beautiful?  Once you’ve figured out what to keep, then you’ll be more prepared for the important task of arranging and displaying your stuff.  And letting the world see the essence of you. 

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