Though a Bostonian home by Homepolish's Steven Santosuosso may look traditional, it's filled with treasures and furnishings that span the globe.
The capital city of Massachusetts is known for its Old World architecture, cobblestone streets and New England charm. Our Boston projects respect the city’s history while adding a modern twist with updated design ideas and fresh understandings of what our clientele needs. Whether it’s your townhouse in Beacon Hill, first post-college apartment or your office that needs some help, our designers have you covered (and won’t make you throw out your Red Sox flag). Your SOWA flea market and Lekker Home finds deserve to be properly displayed not hidden away until you can figure out what to do with them.
Engineers may have a calculating and mathematical profession, but that doesn't mean their living spaces should be cold. Homepolish's Caroline Hughes brought warmth and comfort to a Boston condo.
With Boston's rich place in American history, it's no wonder that there are several sources for beautiful antique furnishings. Homepolish's Barbara Vail guides us around Beantown's scene.
For a family's condo that hadn't seen an update in nearly 20 years, Homepolish's Sonja Haviland brought a contemporary revamp.
Homepolish designer Barbara Vail created a serene Boston bachelor pad for a neurologist who is always on the go. Tour with her as she talks about the details of pulling it together.
For a busy neurologist with a unique connection to space, Homepolish's Barbara Vail completely outfitted an apartment that will impart peace of mind.
Summertime and the living is easy... or so you would think from all the fun designer events popping up.
After Homepolish Boston's Steven Santosuosso brought a homey, residential vibe to Pluck PR's very first office, we caught up with founder Kate Gundry to hear her take on commercial design.
For our designer Shannon Tate, design is more than just pretty things–it's part of creating a more fulfilling and holistic life for yourself.
Although the Ronstroms are a young couple, they wanted to outfit their living area with vintage and second-hand finds. Homepolish's Shannon Tate helped achieve a sense of history, while keeping their fun energy.