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By: The Balance Design Team Before the Thanksgiving holiday, Danielle set forth the challenge to the design team of creating a multifunctional dining/working space in her apartment's cozy breakfast nook. A comfy retreat for tea time as well as a quirky workspace? No problem. Stephanie's Solution [caption id="attachment_3356"...

By: Stephanie Andrews The interior designer/client relationship is a very special one, and we absolutely fell in love when these recent empty nesters approached us about redesigning their home. Their inspiration included pictures from the New York Times style section, their personal art collection, photos from their travels, and...

By: Scout Vintage Rugs Stephanie, Mia, and Lailee -- we are Scout Vintage Rugs! Our business started when we realized we shared an obsession for Persian and Turkish rugs. We also happened to share a “problem”; between the three of us, we’d accumulated (some might say,...

By: Danielle Clockel Renowned American abstract artist Cy Twombly described his work as "childlike, but not childish." This assertion referred largely to the freeform, organic lines in his paintings, but we also like this as a mantra for personal style. [caption id="attachment_3244" align="aligncenter" width="527"] Photo courtesy of...

By: Danielle Clockel Kitchens are a big ticket item when it comes to your home's resale value, and happen to be one of our favorite rooms to design. While a neutral white/grey kitchen is a timeless classic, we're inspired by those who mix it up with...