Stephanie Andrews, Author at Design Pulp
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Author: Stephanie Andrews

By Stephanie Andrews & Jennifer Carter A beautiful glass treehouse nestled in the forest - this year’s Serenbe Showhouse is a definitely a showstopper!  Located about an hour southwest of Atlanta, this house may be the perfect place to visit for inspiration in your own home...

Sadly, again this year, we are unable to "officially" frolic and have fun at the Atlanta PRIDE festival in Piedmont Park. We are unable to enjoy the incredible parade and unforgettable sites, as has been the custom for the past 50 years. According to Atlanta Pride,...

As designers, sometimes we will be asked to stage and style a home that is going on the market. Usually, however, we are styling for our portfolio and for Instagram.  Although we are not photographers, we can help guide what the image feels like by...

By Divya Pathak FabBrick CEO Clarisse Merlet Image Courtesy of FabBrick Facebook Turning old clothes into bricks to create furniture and partitions is a great initiative started by France based Architect and entrepreneur, Clarisse Merlet. She researched and concluded that textile industry lacks recycling waste materials and...

As readers of  Design Pulp, you have seen us challenge our designers to take on designing a specific space under a certain budget.  Many times these budgets are based on designing for a larger space, or using slightly higher quality materials. Challenge: $3500Total: $3146 Today’s challenge is...

Image Courtesy of The Citizenry"By personally traveling to each country and using only local materials, we establish sustainable relationships with our artisans. From there, we sell directly to you online–there is no middleman. This is how we’re able to offer handmade goods, crafted with the...