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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Facebook designer Derek Bradley makes a living making cyberspace beautiful. With Homepolish, he made his Union Square apartment space beautiful IRL.
A new co-working space in the Flatiron district was the brainchild of three Homepolish designers. Returning to the offices, we interviewed the office manager Alycia Benjamin-Peebles about the dynamic design.
Homepolish designer Marissa Bero is a self-proclaimed antique hunter, and the rooms she designs prove it. See her top sources for rare finds in New York.
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.
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.