Collective Design Fair: When Opposites Attract

It’s hard to imagine for some, that an occasional day in the office at White Webb entails going to a design fair and spending the day looking at pretty things. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it! We spent part of our day last week strolling through the exhibits at the 2016 Collective Design Fair, which takes place at Skylight Clarkson...

Close Quarters Creations

By now, you’ve likely heard of the rising tiny house or small house trend. Within the last decade, the nation’s desire to downsize their living quarters has grown. Designing a small space with a luxury feel can certainly have its challenges. But at White Webb, we find that the more challenging a project, the more fun we have working on...
Behind the Designs, Part III: The Cleo

Behind the Designs, Part III: The Cleo

By now, you know that the Amara table was inspired by African art and the Glacia table was inspired by African landscape. But the Cleo is a whole different animal! Inspired by ancient Egyptian designs, which often honored the sacred cat and other animals, the Cleo takes on a more modern and playful tone, somewhat reminiscent of the forms that John Dickinson created for his iconic plaster furniture from the...
Behind the Designs, Part II: The Glacia

Behind the Designs, Part II: The Glacia

While the Amara table is known for its curves, the Glacia table is all about the angles! Its tapered legs and beveled edges convey the power and presence of the glittering icicles that inspired its design. The Glacia reflects and refracts light in a dazzling array, much like the sun bouncing off the icy peaks of...
Behind the Designs, Part I: The Amara

Behind the Designs, Part I: The Amara

The Amara table features a graceful combination of curves and angles that radiates elegance. Reminiscent of hand-carved sculptural designs from Africa, the totem-like table sparkles like a jewel. The Amara is made of ½” acrylic, measures 14” in diameter, and stands 24” high. It’s available in all three of our acrylic color options: clear; smoke; and...

Step Inside: Designers at Home

Ronda Carman has an enduring passion for design, which she celebrates in her hugely popular blog, All the Best. With an eye for great style, Ronda has profiled the work of numerous greats in the field of interior design, many of whom she had the pleasure of meeting in their own...
Alfresco!

Alfresco!

“The summer night is like a perfection of thought.” – Wallace Stevens Summer is the season for the great outdoors, especially when it comes to entertaining. Long days, warm nights and nature’s full bloom make for ideal conditions and a multitude of possible settings. What better way to celebrate the garden than by throwing a party in...
A House to Inhabit

A House to Inhabit

Home. It’s a big topic, and one especially close to our hearts, since what we do is all about helping create great places to live. Every individual has a different description of what home looks like and where it might be, but the concept is always the same. It’s a haven, a place to rest one’s...

Breezy, Blissful BLUE

Indigo, lapis, aquamarine, cerulean, cobalt. Blue is the color that reminds us of summer, and the heavenly idea of sky and sea. To celebrate the world’s most favorite color (yes, blue it is), we thought we’d share a few blue bedrooms from our design archives.     The first is quite traditional with English furniture and a blue and white toile de...

Pink Lady

What is it about the fairer sex and the color pink? You have to admit there’s a strong attraction. Granted, not every female wants to surround herself in rosy splendor, but it’s kind of amazing how many do. Whatever the reason, the love affair with pink transcends all ages, from girls of eight to ladies of...