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.
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 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.
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
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.
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.