Stephanie Andrews, Author at Design Pulp
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Author: Stephanie Andrews

Recently at Balance Design, we have been getting many requests to update our client's kitchens. These rooms are probably the most heavily used in the home. Wear and tear, sagging floors, dirty tile, and outdated cabinetry all contribute to the desire to update (if not completely renovate)...

After over a year of little to no travel, my friends and I were feeling free and bolder after our vaccinations.  I  am hoping to share more wanderlust blogs from our team, to let you know where to go, what to do, where to eat...

At Balance Design, we have some close relationships with some very talented local artists. Adrienne Anbinder, currently a featured artist in our studio spoke with us about creating art during the Pandemic. She shared some of her meditations that she considered as she made her beauties. We find...

January 1st 2021.  I have sometimes wondered whether this day would come.  This past year has taught me so many lessons: letting go of control, realizing racial inequities in a way that I never contemplated before, the beauty and stress release of a hike, the...

Last weekend, on the advice of Jennifer Carter (senior designer at Balance Design) we went to visit Gibbs Gardens to check out their Japanese Gardens.  I have always loved Japanese gardens for their grace, their simplicity and they seem to evoke in me the deeply...

Recently, both Stephanie and Melody made long weekends in Charleston. We wanted to share some of our pictures and design inspiration with you. The architecture and color schemes in Charleston, South Carolina are unique, historical and truly spectacular! image courtesy of Ourfifthhouse.com We now understand why Sherwin Williams...