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By: The Balance Design Team As the weather gets warmer, people tend to talk about "porch season" or "deck weather" in terms of spending more time in their outdoor spaces. But let's not forget courtyards! From grand, lush British gardens to architecturally focused Turkish temples, the...

By: Melody Richardson This week we wanted to honor the work of the late, great Norma Sklarek. Hailed as the Rosa Parks of architecture, her vision and passion are an inspiration to us all. Not only was she an incredible influence on the world of architecture,...

By: The Balance Design Team We've made our own personal resolutions for the new year, but what about for the home? This week we're focusing on architectural trends we hope to see take off in 2017. Stephanie's Pick: Naked Floors We're always looking for green, sustainable building solutions,...

by Shelby Adamson As designers we are continually looking for inspiration, and we tend to set the bar high when it comes to interiors and their aesthetic beauty.  Recently we stumbled upon this beautiful blog, Desire To Inspire, and we cannot stop looking!  Kim & Jo are design...

By: Stephanie Andrews After an incredibly beautiful trip to Italy last year, my husband and best friends and I began planning our next trip for 2017. It didn't take much deliberating: we decided on Japan. We each have our own reasons for wanting to go, but for me it's very...

By: Danielle Cornely Is your dream home a one-of-a-kind space with character and history? Converted dwellings can start out as pretty much anything: old industrial or commercial spaces, utilitarian structures, even religious institutions. The finished result will always be a truly unique building with a story. This late...

By: Verena Dalati Salmé My recent trip to Mexico City was as inspiring as it was relaxing. The locals were friendly, the food was delicious, and the history was rich. Among the art, museums, and regional traditions I experienced, there was one overarching theme I couldn’t...

By: Elisabeth Paulson [caption id="attachment_1446" align="alignnone" width="750"] Photo by Elisabeth Paulson of Balance Design[/caption] It started with the best croissant of my life, across from the Louvre. This sort of sentence had not been in my lexicon up until last month when I spent a divine 2 1/2 weeks...