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What began in New York as a design service for Manhattan’s cramped residents has spread across the nation and landed in sunny Los Angeles, where a team of Homepolish designers are ready to transform your space.

It is impossible to define this city’s architecture by one style. It’s not unlikely to find homes ranging from Spanish Revival, to English Tudor, to Mid-Century Modern. The team of Homepolish LA interior designers reflect the diverse styles present in the city. Our talented designers, trained at the top interior design firms in Los Angeles, are ready to help apartment dwellers and homeowners alike make their spaces livable and lovely.

While the design sensibility of Southern California may seem disjointed to those on the outside, it provides a level of freedom to LA designers and clients alike. Rather than a space that reflects a staid design aesthetic, Californians are free to inhabit spaces that reflect their personalities, interests and aspirations. As Homepolish designers, it is our mission to ensure our clients are heard and their spaces are uniquely customized to fit their tastes and lifestyles. So if you need help from a professional, we’ve got just the designer to help you incorporate your love of Moroccan-inspired decor, the cozy feel of the French countryside, a mix of the two or anything else your heart desires.

Before & After: A Los Angeles Home Transformation

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When a fast-paced couple in LA moved across town, they called in Homepolish's Caroline Wolf to lead a redesign... in less than a month. See the before & afters!

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As Grasie says, the sofa (the Como from DWR) was "love at first sit."

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The wall gallery was carefully plotted out by Caroline on Photoshop, and it…

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When actress Grasie Mercedes and her husband Damien moved from a rental in LA's Silver…

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Avid music fans, the breakfast nook is decorated with records, which the couple used…

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She admits (not at all ashamed) that the closet/office might be her favorite room of…

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Grasie worked with California Closets to completely retrofit the space and fit her…

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After the floors were changed, the bedroom was pretty set to go. For the minimalist…

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Loving the simple, white look in the bedroom. Absolutely soothing.

Making a LA Talent Agent’s Office Pop

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A talent agent in Beverly Hills needed his office to be as bright and shining as his clients. Homepolish's Joyce Pickens brought some razzle dazzle to the space.

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When Blake Fronstin, a talent and literary agent for William Morris Endeavor who has…

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Since they couldn't paint the space, the bright green sofa and artwork were key for…

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The black and white rug brought a punch of graphics into the space too.

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Is this view giving anyone else Mad Men vibes? Just us? Ok, cool.

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Much of the art was sourced from Blake's own collection, including a print of the…

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Can we take a moment to stop and stare at the beautiful woodgrain on the coffee table?…

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And the key to making any space more homey? Accessorize! Blake even said that people…

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And no businessman's office would be complete without a well-stocked and accessorized…

Home for the Holidays at Orcondo

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Our West Coast creative director Orlando Soria may live in Los Angeles, but that didn't stop him from turning his condo into an absolute winter wonderland. See the full home tour!

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Let's join Homepolish West Coast creative director Orlando Soria as we walk through…

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Hey, if you're too lazy to hang ornaments, put them in a bowl. They'll still look…

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And no wintry lodge home would be complete without some cozy throws to keep warm.

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The key for the tree is to choose a consistent color scheme.

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With the help of greenery and strategically placed props (hello, skis!), the Los…

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And can we take a moment to gawk at these shelves. It's literally all we want for…

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And we're allllll about that tree! Pretty sure Santa himself is taking notes from Orlando.

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And can we talk about this gingerbread house? It looks like Orlando plucked it right…

Our Designer’s Picturesque Nursery

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A home is an ever-evolving project. Case in point: Homepolish LA designer Haley Weidenbaum's house, where she just transformed a room into a brand-new nursery for her newborn.

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When Homepolish designer Haley Weidenbaum and her husband completed work on their Los…

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Laying the foundation with an eclectic wallpaper, reminiscent of a Wes Anderson film,…

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As Haley says, "We were very mindful of the impact color can have on a child and took…

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The changing table is actually a redesigned dresser.

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Good advice for any little growing person.

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The light fixtures were all sourced from Schoolhouse Electric.

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When it came to the finishing touches of the room, Haley said, "The accessories in the…

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Since the couple has fond memories of Ojai (they honeymooned there), several areas…

A Light & Airy Revamp for an LA Home

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Though a creative herself, a bachelorette in Los Angeles needed help finishing up her apartment. Homepolish's Haley Weidenbaum was able to handle the final touches.

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When Maia Hollinger, a television developer in Los Angeles, moved into a 1-bedroom…

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Initially, Maia was going for a bohemian chic, "starving artist" look. The two found a…

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Mud cloth pillows were made from fabric bought at a local LA flea market. Maia then…

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To bring life into the space, Haley suggested a variety of indoor plants. Maia…

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To get the creative juices flowing, perhaps some wine?

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With additional time, the two tackled some art considerations in the dining room.

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The dining room was mostly completed except for the art. We love how the mud cloth…

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Maia had a large piece of art in the dining room, but for some reason, it didn't jive.…

Hollywood Glamour in the Heart of LA

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For a new-build house constructed in the style of Hamptons vacation homes, Homepolish's Katherine Carter layered in glitz and glamour for a decidedly LA chic look.

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More blue velvet!

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Pillows and poufs add in even more texture... but without going too over-the-top.

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For LA-based clients Kate and Brian Boone, Homepolish's Katherine Carter took their…

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But velvet upholstered, gold framed chairs try to steal the show.

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The glitz doesn't stop at the main pieces of furniture either... even accessories from…

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And who could overlook the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams coffee table?

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The blue upholstered sofa echoes the velvet in the dining room.

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And for one last piece of glamour, sheepskin pillows on the ghost chairs in the dinette.