To celebrate the release of the new KitchenAid® Artisan® Mini Mixer, KitchenAid® and Homepolish's Becky Shea partnered up to renovate a previously cramped Chelsea kitchen.
New York City294 tours
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.
You might not know it, but there is a lot of behind-the-scenes tech required to keep Homepolish up and running. With tech teamers Kate Haberbusch and Peter Glennon, we talk about everything from work life to dating life.
From a decadent soirée in a room befitting Marie Antoinette to a college visit to Homepolish HQ, designer events in November did not disappoint.
Sitting one-on-one with founder and CEO Noa Santos, we learned about interior design, designers, and Homepolish in a five-part series.
New York-based Homepolish designer Ariel Farmer is a pro when it comes to the signature Single Day Session. Here, we sit down one-on-one with her to hear her tips for single-day success.
For a family based in Philadelphia, there is nothing better than escaping to Manhattan. Homepolish's Amanda Breslow turned a 2-bedroom apartment into their home away from home.
With a new-build apartment in New York, a couple nabbed Homepolish's Tali Roth to handle everything from furnishings to finishes. The result is the perfect urban oasis.
For the new accessible luxury fashion label Neely & Chloe, Homepolish designer Elisa Shankle created a pop-up store that's a perfect fit for their brand.
For a designer, there's nothing better than a blank canvas (aka a new apartment). Walk through the Manhattan home of Ashley Manfred as she tells us how she filled hers.
For a private media pop-up in New York, Sonos took over a home in the Flatiron District. Homepolish's Michelle Zacks transformed several rooms into an immersive auditory journey.