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by Stephanie Andrews The Swedish word “lagom” (pronounced “lah-gom”) loosely translates to “in balance” and “having just the right amount." Photography courtesy of Danielle Clockel This concept really resonates with the way we approach design -- carefully curating interiors to be "just right" and not overdone. We transform...

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 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: 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...