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A Homey Design for Homebrew

A Homey Design for Homebrew

A Homey Design for Homebrew

Making a workspace fun and comfortable with company colors and upgraded basics worked wonders for a San Francisco startup. Even their company pug agrees.

Photos by Lauren Edith Anderson.

We love startups. Their enthusiasm is infectious and we can relate to their passionate drive to change the world. When seed venture capital company Homebrew called and said they needed a new office, we jumped at the chance to help them streamline their workspace and aid in their mission to build a bottom-up economy. Homebrew already had the bare bones (chairs, desks, etc.) so Homepolish designer Leah Ring focused on making the space a reflection of the company’s fun, driven attitude. The teal and orange color scheme drawn from Homebrew’s company colors works perfectly with the concrete furnishings Leah sourced. With a new floorplan for the conference room, kitchen and working areas, the smallish office is now perfectly suited for the company that wants to change the small business economy (and world).

In this tour:
Orange
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Contemporary
,
Home Office