For a young girl's 8th birthday, her parents promised her a room makeover. Homepolish's Carisse Lynelle proved that the most magical gifts don't come in a box.
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The City by the Bay is - not at all surprisingly - home to some of our biggest and best startup projects. From digital currency inventors to post production companies, the roster of our own Homepolish-designed projects covers much of the vast entrepreneurial spectrum that makes up Silicon Valley. In addition to transforming Golden Gate City’s work spaces, our designers have been improving the homes of residents and their families - tech related or not. Drawing from the city’s diverse cultural history, our Homepolish-designer projects cultivate and expand the tastes of our amazing SF clients. So whether your startup’s funding was just approved and you need a bigger office or your quaint Haight Street apartment is in need of a revamp, we’ve got the designer to match your taste.
On the Homepolish site, we have wall galleries after wall gallery. Our designer Savannah Metcalf walks us through a step-by-step of how to hang your own.
Summertime and the living is easy... or so you would think from all the fun designer events popping up.
Who says modern means cold and sterile? For a hip couple in the Bay Area, Homepolish designer Carisse Lynelle created a clean home that is simultaneously cozy and livable.
Anyone who loves to entertain knows how essential it is to have a beautiful kitchen. Homepolish's Jill Cordner renovated an old 1920s space to make it the perfect place for a young San Francisco family.
Post-redesign, we sat down with Roofstock co-founder and CEO Gary Beasley to talk about how Homepolish's design of his company's first Oakland office helped create the culture and brand identity.
In San Francisco, Homepolish's Leah Harmatz designed an atypical bachelor pad, one with light and modern furnishings and completely awash in sunlight.
For Homepolish designer Alex Waidley, "home" should be a reflection of the person who lives in it. Tour with her through her wabi sabi, surfer-meets-skater, thoroughly California (and thoroughly Alex) abode.
Moving cross-country from New York to San Francisco, our designer Annouchka Engel took a tired 1876 Victorian townhouse in the Pacific Heights neighborhood and restored it into a gorgeous family home.
The majority of us spend a good amount of our waking hours at a desk, so it only makes sense to find an office chair that maximizes comfort. On "Ask Homepolish," our designers give their favorite options.