Stephanie Andrews, Author at Design Pulp
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Author: Stephanie Andrews

This past June, we were asked by ADAC to create a tablescape with other Atlanta designers for their annual event: To Live and Dine. In past years this has been a celebrated event with famous chefs, bartenders and loads of people. This year, due to Covid,...

High August- it's pretty hot, and rainy in Atlanta.  Thoughts of travel for weather respite and design inspiration are consistent at this time of year.  Since we are unable to take a big trip, we thought we would share some worldly inspiration from some beautiful...

By Real Life Balance Design clients What do our clients have to say about their own #bdhomelove? We asked what their favorite space is, and what they love about it so much. Unsurprisingly, they did not disappoint! The Kitchen:  Where The Fun Is! "What's in a kitchen?  It...

by Stephanie Andrews As we begin our focus this month on home love, we wanted to share a local artist that we really admire.  As designers, we love to introduce our clients to talented local artists and craftsmen to build their personal collections.  We were recently...

by Stephanie Andrews The Swedish word “lagom” (pronounced “lah-gom”) loosely translates to “in balance” and “having just the right amount." Photography courtesy of Danielle Clockel This concept really resonates with the way we approach design -- carefully curating interiors to be "just right" and not overdone. We transform...

by the Balance Design team Photo courtesy of Pinterest A time to be quiet A time to reflect On all that has occurred and all that is possible Our wish is that your New Year is full, Of love, hope, and joy As the years quickly pass we encourage you to slow, And...

by Shelby Adamson A recent bathroom project in the Morningside neighborhood has us ecstatic with the results!  These amazing clients have great taste and really let us run wild when it came to color and pattern.  Their request was wood wainscoting that had a bespoke nature,...

By: Stephanie Andrews [caption id="attachment_4574" align="aligncenter" width="617"] Photo courtesy of Lisse L.[/caption] Shinrin-Yoku is a Japanese concept that most closely translates to “a forest bath.” To me, this means slowing down and connecting with nature. Walking through the woods, noticing the smells, textures, colors, and sounds provides...