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By: Danielle Cornely Textiles are more than just fabrics for curtains and furniture; there's a whole genre of art dedicated to turning fibers into beautiful and engaging creations. Kate Keara Pelen gives needlework a gorgeous modern makeover with her abstract embroidered creations. UK based Etsy shop Sew Sarah Walton's illustrative textiles...

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: Stephanie Andrews Our grand opening party was last Thursday, and it was a hit! We had an amazing turnout of friends, clients, neighbors, and colleagues. Ashley Hizer and Michael Bryant, two of our featured artists, were on the scene to mingle and talk about their...

By: Stephanie Andrews   It's finally happening. We are pleased to officially announce the grand opening of the Balance Design Interior Design Studio and Gallery. After many long months of plans, renovations, and designs, we're ready to reveal our brick and mortar studio to the world.  Get to...

By: Danielle Cornely When you think of floral print, do images of stuffy, dull, outdated patterns come to mind? Let's fix that. This piece by London artist Camilla Frances is part photograph, part graphic manipulation. Intense colors and high contrast take this far from the realm of antique...

By: Stephanie Andrews [caption id="attachment_1881" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Original renderings by Balance Design[/caption] Just like any good soap opera, the plot thickens in my personal kitchen renovation! The plan was to start this large project in March, but then something remarkable happened. A fantastic, beautiful retail space in my...