Susan Says

October 30, 2015

I’m always happy to hear from freelance writer Barbara Ballinger, author of "The Kitchen Bible," when she is racing to meet a deadline (which is often!) for an interior design article.

I’m always happy to hear fromfreelance writer Barbara Ballinger, author of "The Kitchen Bible," when she isracing to meet a deadline (which is often!) for an interior design article.Barbara calls me regularly from her office in New York for quotes and photoswhich end up in publications from the Tribune to national shelter magazines.

RecentlyBarbara included Sweet Peas Design in several articles, including "House Guests101" in the Chicago Tribune  http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/home/sc-home-0928-guest-bedroom-20150923-story.html,

Photo Courtesy of Sweet Peas Design

"What Millennials Want Now" http://realtormag.realtor.org/home-and-design/architecture-coach/article/2014/10/what-millennial-buyers-want-nowand "9 Modest Fixes for the Problem Kitchen," http://realtormag.realtor.org/home-and-design/feature/article/2015/05/9-modest-fixes-for-problem-kitchen

Photo Courtesy of Sweet Peas Design

Talk to yousoon, Barbara!

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