March might just be the biggest month in design with the annual Architectural Digest Design Show. Naturally, Homepolish designers came out in droves.
Go behind-the-scenes with Homepolish's Megan Hopp as she tells us about the process behind designing models Alana Zimmer and Nick Rea's East Village apartment.
As soon as a family moved into their new Bethesda home, Homepolish designer Jennifer Dennis hit the ground running, changing out everything from floor stains to door handles.
With a new costar (aka a newborn) about to come onto the scene, a couple hired Homepolish's Megan Hopp to set the stage of their Upper West Side home.
Liz and Verena are the closest of friends, both having babies within a couple months of each other. When Liz had Homepolish's Megan Hopp design her nursery, it only made sense that Verena soon followed suit.
When Homepolish's Chelsea Mayo first arrived at a Corona del Mar home, she was hired to redesign the kitchen, but the project soon spread to the adjoining dining and living areas.
Sometimes our living rooms are... less than ideal. But that doesn't mean you have to hang your head in small space misery! Using Homepolish spaces as examples, we have some solutions that'll work in any living…
When it came to the new Gingerly Witty on Los Angeles's Sunset Boulevard, Homepolish's Erin Kane hit the ground running, transforming the storefront in six weeks flat.
You can take the couple out of the West Coast, but you can't take the West Coast out of the couple. Homepolish's Hope Scully helped a family achieve California serenity in a suburb just outside of New York City.
Fashion models Alana Zimmer and Nick Rea are constantly on the go. Homepolish designer Megan Hopp quickly made over their 1-bedroom apartment to be the perfect New York haven.