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By: The Balance Design Team In another installment of "design books you need to get your hands on," we present to you four of our current favorites. Your Home Style by Donna Garlough [caption id="attachment_4419" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Photo Courtesy of Pinterest[/caption] A fresh approach on how to design without...

By: Danielle Clockel A female pioneer of the somewhat male-dominated abstract expressionist movement of the '50s and '60s, Helen Frankenthaler's color field paintings often look like fluid watercolors. In actuality, they are oil or acrylic paint diluted with turpentine. This "soak stain" technique creates ethereal yet...

By: Stephanie Andrews Dining out is ideally a fully immersive experience: the taste of the food and drink, the smells coming from the kitchen, and the look of the restaurant itself. Here in Atlanta, we have so many amazing places to eat that deserve a shout...

By: Danielle Clockel "Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper is one of the most recognizable American paintings, arguably due to its strong color blocking and mysterious subjects (the people inside the restaurant). We love Hopper's focus on architecture and interior details, such as the jade green tile snaking...

By: The Balance Design Team We celebrate pattern and texture, and love materials that invigorate the senses of sight, smell, and touch. Roughened jute, natural linens, rich wood grains, and soft wools create a natural palette that relaxes the mind and soul. Sometimes keeping things simple...