Moving cross-country from Brooklyn to Seattle, the Rinella family of five needed a home that reflected their hip personality. Homepolish's Joy Rondello layered in sculptural lighting, artwork, and even a collection of animal skulls.
Every Seattlelite knows they live in the most spectacular city on earth. Nicknamed The Emerald City for a reason, this sparkly town ranks right up there on the list of best skylines in the world. I mean, we have a mountain range as a backdrop. A true design capital, the best neighborhoods have incredible new and vintage furnishings and local-focused stores and we all know the most exciting part of collecting amazing finds is figuring out where to put them in your space.
So, whether it’s a new find from the Fremont Market or that gem from Kirk Albert in Georgetown that you've been hoarding, Homepolish is here to give every one of your treasures a home in your home, office, store, whatever. Whether you’re in Capitol Hill, Georgetown, Pioneer Square, SODO or wherever, our Seattle interior designers will create your dream space.
Transforming a powder room into a proper guest bedroom bathroom is no easy feet, but Homepolish's Lindsay Pincus pulled it off with flair.
For a couple always on the go (he's a pro soccer player, and she's in the aviation industry), Homepolish crafted a simple home that won't weigh them down.
Summertime and the living is easy... or so you would think from all the fun designer events popping up.
Ever had a giant feature wall and experienced design paralysis? You look at it, and you have no clue what to do with the space. In this week's "Ask Homepolish," our designers weigh in.
Glass doors, new floors, a new kitchen and new windows transformed the MediaAlpha office into a brighter and cooler workspace for the ad brand. Check out the tour in our slideshow for tips from our designer Joy.
Collin and Blayne had big plans for their narrow 5 story Seattle townhouse but weren't quite sure where to start. With their designer Sara, they figured out finishing touches like hanging art, sourcing small items and styling. Click through the tour to see Sara's design details!
"We moved in a year ago and the house was completely empty, so we were starting with a totally blank slate. This can feel overwhelming but is also very liberating."