Crosstown Style: 14 of Our Favorite NYC Homes

Crosstown Style: 14 of Our Favorite NYC Homes

Crosstown Style: 14 of Our Favorite NYC Homes

NYC is a melting pot—especially when it comes to interior design. From Williamsburg lofts to Park Avenue penthouses to Park Slope brownstones, here are some of our fave New York City spaces.

A Modern, Industrial Brooklyn Loft
Designer: Jae Joo
Photos by Julia Robbs

When a young couple found themselves with an industrial loft space—we mean that in a literal sense; it was once a factory—Homepolish designer Jae Joo went all-out with the eye-catching artistic and modern accents.

A Luxe Upper East Side Family Home
Designer: Mariellas Urrutia
Photos by Sean Litchfield

Homepolish designer Mariellas Urrutia piled on extravagant textures like ultra-rich marble, glass, and brass into this sprawling Upper East Side home for a family of five.

A Striking, Artful SoHo Loft
Designer: Tali Roth
Photos by Claire Esparros

A modern young couple wanted their two-bedroom SoHo loft to honor the neighborhood’s creative history, so they called in Tali Roth for a lush infusion of artistry and moodiness.

An NYC Family’s Warm and Vibrant Flatiron Home
Designer: Alec Holland
Photos by Lindsay Brown

Alec Holland channels the neighborhoods clean-lined aura into a a lovely, warm, and chic home for a family of five  to serve as the backdrop for many milestones to come.

Sweet SoHo Digs for Sweetgreen’s Founders
Designer: Noa Santos
Photos by Claire Esparros

When you’ve founded a super-successful chain like Sweetgreen, you deserve to treat yourself—which is why founders Jon and Nate asked Homepolish Founder and CEO Noa Santos for assistance in turning their SoHo loft an open, bohemian crash pad.

A Weekend Retreat in the Big Apple
Designer: Amanda Breslow
Photos by: Sean Litchfield

For a family based in Philadelphia, there is nothing better than escaping to Manhattan’s Theater District. Homepolish’s Amanda Breslow turned this two-bedroom apartment into their home away from home.

A Suave and Sophisticated West Village Bachelor Pad
Designer: Nicole Watts
Photos by Sean Litchfield

Newly-built New York City apartments with their white walls, bare floors, and harsh lines can pose a problem for clients looking for character. To remedy the barebones look, Homepolish designer Nicole Watts paired moody tones and masculine textures to create the best bachelor pad we’ve ever laid eyes on.

Going Contemporary in Greenwich Village
Designer: Jesse Turek
Photos by Sean Litchfield

In a neighborhood known for bohemian culture and artistic sensibilities, Homepolish designer Jesse Turek channeled the vibes with an eclectic composition of pattern and color.

A Cool, Industrial NoHo Loft
Designer: Emma Beryl
Photos by Nick Glimenakis

To match Lower Manhattan’s minimal-meets-industrial style, Emma transformed a tailoring factory (now-apartment building) space into the edgy (and shockingly cat-friendly) home her client was looking for.

California Cool With a Classic Twist
Designer: Ariel Okin
Photos by Seth Caplan

East-meets-west (coasts, that is) in an Upper East Side pied-à-terre that has Ariel Okin updating Chinoiserie for the modern age.

Graphic yet Graceful in Greenwich Village
Designer: Tali Roth
Photos by Claire Esparros

Homepolish designer Tali Roth is known for her whimsical, style, so when her client was an actual artist, it was easy to craft a home into a creative abode filled with out-of-the-box spaces and fanciful flourishes. 

A Glamorous Hell’s Kitchen Studio for Deepica Mutyala
Designer: Amy Row
Photos by Genevieve Garruppo

Becoming a social media star takes hard work, and no one knows that better than beauty guru Deepica Mutyala. To give Deepica an elegant space to grow her following, Amy Row layered in a plethora of plush textures and strategic storage.

A Family’s Elegant, Relaxed Brooklyn Brownstone
Designer: Crystal Sinclair
Photos by Seth Caplan

In many ways, Brooklyn is Manhattan’s chill, cool, confident older sibling. Homepolish designer translated those traits into a family’s elegant, relaxed three-story brownstone in Sunset Park.

A Worldly Home on Top of Manhattan
Designer: Jennifer Hallock

Photos by Claire Esparros

For a man who has visited nearly every corner of the world—he was born to Indian parents in Africa, studied in the UK, and splits his time in the states between New York, the Hamptons, and Los Angeles—Homepolish designer Jennifer Hallock crafted a masculine, globally-inspired, 3,000 square-foot TriBeCa apartment. 

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