With a hectic family life, it can be hard to find the time to design a comfortable home. Homepolish's Marissa Bero took the headache out of the process for a family in Brooklyn's Prospect Heights.
Ah, Brooklyn. Manhattan’s expansive and eclectic brother, home of the Williamsburg hipsters, Park Slope stroller pushers, Rockaway surf bros (though they probably live in Williamsburg and are maybe hipsters) and great flea markets. The diverse landscape is rife with all kinds of architectural highlights from lovely early 19th century brownstones to sleek new condos and everything in between. So whether you’re looking to upgrade your apartment, your coffee shop or your startup’s office we have a designer match for you.
For a newlywed couple in Brooklyn's Park Slope, Homepolish designer Megan Hopp took a barebones apartment and transformed it into a vibrant expression of their new life together.
In the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, Homepolish's Elisa Shankle crafted unique community spaces for each floor of the Common Kingston community.
After a couple had some minor renovations in their Brooklyn apartment, they called in Homepolish's Ariel Farmer to complete the finishing touches from small pieces of furniture to a large wall gallery.
When a free-spirited couple in Williamsburg hired Homepolish's Jae Joo, she had 2 months to take their loft from bare bones to a creative haven.
When it came to a 1-bedroom apartment in Park Slope, Homepolish's Jesse Turek knew just how to bring out personality and quirk in the design.
For a fashion designer who recently moved from Berlin to Brooklyn, Homepolish's Emma Lesser took a studio space from post-move-in disarray to oasis with only a single day session.
In a complete top-to-bottom renovation, Homepolish's Elizabeth Bomberger took a Park Slope townhouse and turned it into a floral "urban treehouse" to escape the city.
When the founder of heymama Amri Kibbler moved from a tiny TriBeCa apartment to a 4-story townhouse, she called in Homepolish's Allison Petty to take the new construction and bring in some much-needed personality.
After four years of living as an urban nomad, Homepolish designer Michael Groth was finally ready to put down roots and design his own apartment in Greenpoint. Tour along with him.