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The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. Or just The City. Whatever you call it, we’re all on the same page. New Yorkers are a special breed of human being that can live in tiny spaces and work extra long hours while dressing very well and being very beautiful. The proliferation of tiny spaces means we appreciate two things: the rare big apartment and excellent design in the small ones. Every-sized space deserves attention whether it’s where you live, work or play and we’re here to help organize your exposed brick LES studio, full-floor Manhattan office, Greenpoint artists’ loft, perfect West Village brownstone or Broadway OMG store (just kidding, kind of). Your finds from the Brooklyn or Brimfield Flea markets deserve the perfect placement! We all know that NYC is a magical place - why not bring some of the sparkle inside? Make your friends jealous and then give them the link to Homepolish.

A Striking, Artful SoHo Loft

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SoHo, that historic area which was once known as an enclave for artists, has since become a cosmopolitan shopping district. Homepolish's Tali Roth returned that artistic flair to a couple's loft apartment.

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And just like the sofa, we just want to dive right into this fluffy bed and bury…

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The guest room with its pull-out sofa didn't miss out when it came to art.

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Monica and Andrew Komrey recently purchased a 2-bedroom loft apartment in SoHo.…

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What can be more inspired than a sleek steel bar cart?

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A working fireplace in New York? If we weren't jealous before, we're there now.

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We're not sure if this midcentury modern sculptural armchair should belong in this…

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We imagine this Restoration Hardware sofa feels like the real life version of a cloud.

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The overdyed Turkish carpet and the velvet pouf are the perfect contrast to the…

Anomaly’s Edgy Office Expansion

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When a "new model" creative agency took over another floor in their SoHo offices, Homepolish's Maryana Grinshpun turned it into an innovative (and booze-filled) collaboration space.

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Maryana managed to work in a stage for dancing, er, presentations, into the space as…

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When Anomaly, new model creative agency, expanded their SoHo offices to include a…

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Custom neon signage of the company's logo was crafted by the folks over at Let There Be Neon.

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Among the more unusual seating, there's a vintage green footstool and wicker chairs.

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Anomaly partner Franke Rodriguez shares a funny story from the project: "Everything…

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When we asked partner Franke Rodriguez about his favorite highlight of the space, he…

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In the background, the graphic mural by Anomaly Toronto's Brian Espiritu can be seen.…

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Copper ceiling tiles were brought in to echo the barstools. Can't you just imagine…

Man Repeller’s Latest Office Upgrade

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Man Repeller, the irreverent fashion journalism outlet, is one of Homepolish's oldest influencer clients. We dove head first into their latest NoLIta office redesign.

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Leandra is also a big fan of Gray Malin photography. And who wouldn't be?

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And there's the ladyboss herself, Leandra Medine. Turns out conference tables make…

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In Leandra's office, a leather chair pulls up to a sleek acrylic desk.

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Who wants a plain old bookshelf anyhow? Leandra's office has a cool geometric cube unit.

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When the Man Repeller offices moved up to NoLIta, founder Leandra Medine called in…

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Around a BluDot conference table, copper Wayfair chairs gather. And that sputnik…

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For a gorgeous textural element, this AllModern sideboard was upholstered in a floral print.

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Working in these luxurious chairs would make us way more motivated to stay at work!

A SoHo Family Home Ready to Rock and Roll

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Who says settling down and having kids has to be boring? Homepolish designer Megan Grehl brought an industrial rocker vibe to the home of a family of four.

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For the 2-bedroom SoHo home of Danielle and Stephen Krupa and their two daughters,…

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Not one to shy away from saturated colors, Danielle already had a deeply dyed rug in…

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Obviously, Emme is LOVING the plush sofa.

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Custom millwork by Brad Hornbake was perfectly measured to fit musical instruments,…

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If Stephen is feeling like a jam session after work, the guitars are waiting for him,…

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The millwork also incorporates a bench for the two girls to hang out on.

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The tin ceiling and chandelier only make us believe even more that the Krupas are just…

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The whole home had to be chic yet kid-friendly. The den's sofa was a perfect example.…

A Dreamy and Nautical NYC Nursery

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For a mom from Costa Rica, it was important that her newborn baby boy's nursery combined both her Latin heritage and her husband's American roots. Homepolish's Dannielle Corpora found a dreamy middle ground.

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Karla and Paul de Steinborn, new parents to baby Paul, wanted to combine both of their…

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On the feature wall, you might be fooled into thinking that this is wallpaper. It's…

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The room is so calming that even an adult might be tempted to curl up into the crib...…

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Over the changing table and dresser, a cute nautical mirror hangs.

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And as a subtle tribute to Karla's Latin roots, an Acapulco rocking chair sits in the…

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Paul's old surfboard and boating trophies, which were originally going to go into…

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A Graphic Apartment for a Facebook Designer

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Facebook designer Derek Bradley makes a living making cyberspace beautiful. With Homepolish, he made his Union Square apartment space beautiful IRL.

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Derek Bradley, a graphic designer for Facebook, has a 400 square-foot studio, a couple…

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Working with only 400 square-feet, Homepolish helped differentiate spaces with a black…

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As a graphic designer, Derek has a pretty good eye himself. He surprised our designer…

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Derek and Homepolish experimented for several nights with the layout of the bed.…

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And you can't have a graphic designer's home without ART! All of the posters were…

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Shelving lines the room, making space for all of Derek's design books and knickknacks.

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The kitchen was white-washed and a butcher block island was added to help set it…

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And of course, when it comes to a designer, Homepolish made sure to clear out and…

Hollywood Opulence at Lincoln Center

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With a love of history and literature, Homepolish's Marissa Bero brought a curated mix of antique and reclaimed pieces for a glamorous apartment in the heart of the Upper West Side.

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Mona Awad and Ehsan Zargar are recent transplants to Lincoln Plaza from Toronto, and…

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Hung above a tufted chesterfield sofa, an incredible Slim Aarons photograph from 1959…

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The super-saturated antique Turkish kilim rug from ABC Carpet influenced the color…

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Can you ever have too much gilding? A gilded Italian mirror from City Foundry might be…

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The antiqued wardrobe in the study had doors that were not original to the piece, so…

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In the guest room, a more casual vibe comes through with a daybed and a lighter color palette.

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The master bedroom, while a little more laid back than the living room, is still fit…

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Ultra Minimalist for the Ultimate Bachelor Pad

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Atop the historic Forward Building in the Lower East Side, Homepolish's Jesse Turek designed a decidedly modern and minimalist bachelor pad, overlooking the hustle and bustle of the city.

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In the historic 1912 Forward Building on Manhattan's Lower East Side, a bachelor owned…

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In keeping with the sleek, white lines of the apartment, the dining table is a simple,…

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A super-modern brass chandelier by Apparatus Studio goes perfectly with the geometric art.

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The living room remains sparse and spacious, allowing for plenty of room for potential…

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Jesse specifically chose the black leather sofa to avoid any spills, which will…

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The client already owned the desk, which is made of steel and (you guessed it) more…

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And what bachelor pad would be complete without a signature Eames lounger?

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It doesn't matter where you're looking... every angle of this apartment looks amazing!