With a new costar (aka a newborn) about to come onto the scene, a couple hired Homepolish's Megan Hopp to set the stage of their Upper West Side home.
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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.
Liz and Verena are the closest of friends, both having babies within a couple months of each other. When Liz had Homepolish's Megan Hopp design her nursery, it only made sense that Verena soon followed suit.
You can take the couple out of the West Coast, but you can't take the West Coast out of the couple. Homepolish's Hope Scully helped a family achieve California serenity in a suburb just outside of New York City.
Fashion models Alana Zimmer and Nick Rea are constantly on the go. Homepolish designer Megan Hopp quickly made over their 1-bedroom apartment to be the perfect New York haven.
Homepolish designer Tina Rich describes her aesthetic as eclectic sophistication. Read all about her life in design and how she curated and designed her collection of goods for the Marketplace.
In the heart of New York's Bohemia, Homepolish designer Jesse Turek layered in color, modern furnishings, and pop art in a 1-bedroom loft.
For MNDFL's second New York meditation studio on the Upper East Side, Homepolish's Shelly Lynch-Sparks and Ariel Farmer created a sense of calm infused with some uptown sophistication.
For a 1-bedroom apartment overlooking the Empire State Building and the Hudson, the views aren't the only thing worth gawking at, thanks to Homepolish's Ariel Farmer.
Moving into a sun-drenched white box space in the NoMad area, IF Studio hired Homepolish's Tina Rich to make their office reflect their creative company mission.
It's a dog's life! Though when it comes to the home of Insta-famous pup Toast (and her human mom Katie Sturino), it's hardly the doghouse. Think more along the lines of a Chelsea apartment by Homepolish.