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In a city known for windy politics and windy weather, Homepolish is a breath of fresh air to design-inspired Chicagoans. With an impressive number of neighborhoods and surrounding suburbs, Chicago is an ideal city for our dynamic Chicago interior designer team to showcase their talents.

Chi-town boasts a Merchandise Mart so large that it once had its own zip code and the city's design resources are bountiful. From showrooms to flea markets, the Homepolish team is committed to finding the perfect pieces to finish your space, while keeping it fresh and original. Whether you live in a condo by the lake or in a Logan Square greystone, Homepolish can help you elevate your interior while maintaining your personal style. We'll pair you with a seasoned professional who will walk you through every step of the design and decoration process, resulting in a home that feels cohesive, inviting, and–most importantly–feels like you.

Our Designer’s Revamped Chicago Condo

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Transplants from Boston to Chicago, Homepolish's Devon Fromm and her boyfriend Mike finally had a space of their own to design and make into a home.

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In the living area, they opted for an open plan arrangement, with a set of terracotta

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When Homepolish designer Devon Fromm and her boyfriend Mike moved from Boston to…

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And no space for entertaining would be complete without a bar cart.

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The sofas actually come from Ikea, but Mike has kept them in good shape.

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It's as if that spotlight is shining right on that graphic rug, because it knows it's…

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Most of the art in the home is done by Mike's mom, but the cigar painting in the…

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Since both Mike and Devon work from home, a simple home office was necessary. In the…

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Is it just us or is this duvet cover made for this sputnik chandelier?

A Chef’s Kitchen for a Chicago Home

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A kitchen renovation nine years in the making, Homepolish's Guinevere Johnson took an aged 80s galley space and transformed it into a bright chef's kitchen perfect for entertaining.

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The only thing that remained from the old kitchen were the appliances.

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And let's get a close-up of that Caesarstone counter. Guin and Robin were so set on…

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And just check out that to-die-for porcelain floor in a herringbone pattern. We'd be…

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And Guin's favorite part of the renovation (though it was hard to choose) is the…

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OMG if we loved blue before, we love it even more on this door! It pops almost like a…

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Subway tile with a gray grout calls attention to the architectural details of the room.

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Robin has pretty awesome taste already. The chairs, chandelier, and much of the art…

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A long-time design enthusiast, Robin Chung grew up eagerly thumbing through…

An Elegant Chicago Family Home

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Follow along with Homepolish designer Guinevere Johnson as she walks us through a bright, stylish Chicago family home. With everything from repurposing old furniture to a complete kitchen reno, the space is jaw-droppingly gorgeous.

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Here's Jen hanging out on the vintage Marshall Fields sofa from the 1950s. A little…

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This console was beat-up old, brown wood. We painted it semi-gloss black to suit the…

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The home is full of updates! In this shot alone, you can see the fireplace we updated…

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I mean, can't you just imagine starting your day here? Every day would be…

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To me, every bar cart is a sort of portrait of the owner. This one happened to be a…

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In the powder room, the black and white color scheme comes through, but this time in a…

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We opened up the wall between the dining area and the kitchen to allow for more…

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We removed the pre-existing upper kitchen cabinets and replaced them with custom…

A Modern Farmhouse in Chicago’s West Loop

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Returning from Washington, D.C., to their native Illinois, Homepolish's Jennifer Talbot helped Jamie and Tyler transform a 1903 West Loop industrial space into a rustic yet chic condo.

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The industrial roots of the condo are pretty clear from the exposed brick, complete…

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A Native-American-esque rug from RugsUSA sets apart another sitting…

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The reclaimed wood shelves is a major focal point for the condo, topped with a…

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We spy another pig!

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The living area is designated with overlapping rugs: the larger one in jute and the

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These high-back armchairs give the perfect farm vibe.

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Ah, here's Susan, their life-size pig. She's standing guard by the new barn door from…

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This rustic bar was a vintage find. The three all bonded over their love of the hunt…