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kitchen Tag

By: Shelby Adamson A recent renovation project of ours in the historic Grant Park neighborhood has us beaming with pride. The owners brought us in to update their home's basic "quick flip" builder look into something clean, modern, and perfect for displaying art as well as...

By: Danielle Clockel The Candler Park Tour of Homes is next weekend, and we are so excited about people coming to our neighborhood to see its charm and personality, especially since our very own Stephanie Andrews's home is featured! Let us give you a special sneak...

By: Danielle Clockel Oh Smeg, how we adore you. Your 50's-inspired curved edges and fun and unconventional color options turn kitchen appliances from eyesores into eye candy. A. Breakfast prepared with this toaster will be anything but basic. B. What's more Italian than sipping espresso from an espresso coffee machine actually manufactured in Italy? C....

By: Shelby Adamson Pawlak We recently had the opportunity to design a kitchen remodel for an endearing young family in Atlanta's Oak Grove neighborhood. To accommodate their growing size, they needed storage and workspace, and quality materials to build it all. Our goal was to create...

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...

By: Elisabeth Paulson The finished product of this home in the Lake Claire/Candler Park neighborhood of Atlanta was truly a result of contradictions. The galley kitchen was part of the original home, while the vaulted extension housed an overly-engineered laundry room and mud room. We unified...

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: Elisabeth Paulson January is all about observing and predicting trends, or what's "on trend" as we like to say. Pantone has come out with blush and blue as the colors of the year, but before we jump on board with them we'd like to celebrate...