As soon as a family moved into their new Bethesda home, Homepolish designer Jennifer Dennis hit the ground running, changing out everything from floor stains to door handles.
Washington DC11 tours
When an up-and-coming lawyer moved from Chicago to Washington, D.C., Homepolish's Mariella Cruzado made a sparse apartment into a curated space to relax from the daily grind.
Looking at this chic 1-bedroom apartment in the DC metropolitan area, you'd never guess that when Homepolish's Shannon Smith first came in, it was virtually empty.
In only 1 month, Homepolish's Jennifer Dennis was able to pull together a colorful home transformation for a family of three.
Woven wall hangings provide that handmade point of visual interest that make a room pop. Down in DC, designer Kathleen Mannis shows us how to craft one for ourselves.
Homepolish designer Caitlin Brown redesigned style blogger Sara Azani's Arlington condo to reflect her fashionable tastes. Here, Sara shows how fashion influences home design and vice versa.
In the center of Washington, D.C., designer Kathleen Mannis took a first-time apartment and tied in the final details, adding in texture and color.
Sara Azani may not have a literal masters in style (technically it's in marketing and business), but with Homepolish's work on her Arlington condo, she could fool anyone.
A stark grayscale home is softened by cozy textures and effervescent luminance to make a family completely comfortable in DC.
With less than two weeks before Christmas, when we reviewed our "Ask Homepolish" questions for the week, we sympathized with a frantic shopper. Our designers weigh-in with their favorite gift ideas for the holiday homestretch.