Revisit Our Most Popular Homes of 2018

Revisit Our Most Popular Homes of 2018

Revisit Our Most Popular Homes of 2018

Join us as we fling open the doors to our most swooned-over spaces from the past year.

Our designers helped make 2018 a more beautiful space, so come with us as we take a stroll down memory lane—it’s about to lead to some truly spectacular homes.

Design by: Orlando Soria
Photo by: Zeke Ruelas; (Above) also by Orlando Soria and Zeke Ruelas

Olivia Culpo’s Perfectly Polished Hollywood Loft

Orlando Soria established a sun-drenched, ladylike loft for actress Olivia Culpo—and the resulting space pays homage to Nancy Meyer’s iconic movie sets (just look at that all-white kitchen).

Design by: Liz Lipkin
Photo by: Sean Litchfield

Relaxing a Refined Brooklyn Townhouse

Liz Lipkin’s redesign of a young family’s Cobble Hill townhouse is a study in how to combine turn-of-the-century details with a Mid-Century aesthetic—you’re going to want to take notes.

Design by: Tali Roth
Photo by: Genevieve Garruppo

A Designer’s Enviable Moody, Real-Life Rental

If (like us) your goal is to strike that perfect balance between chic and comfortable, this space is for you. Read on as Homepolish designer Tali Roth shows us how she masterfully blended both sensibilities in her sophisticated, family-friendly Chelsea apartment.

Design by: Carly Callahan
Photo by: Dustin Halleck

Before and After: A Chicago Flip

Calling all house flip lovers! Let designer Carly Callahan walk you through the renovation process of her historical one-story Chicago home.

Design by: Rosa Beltran
Photo by: Chad Mellon

A Cali Home Gets a Major Mediterranean Overhaul

Rosa Beltran’s remodel of this sun-drenched, five-bedroom home will leave you convinced you’re gazing at an airy abode nestled along the rugged Mediterranean coast—and not an Altadena, California house.

Design by: Crystal Sinclair
Photo by: Claire Esparros

African Inspiration in Brooklyn Heights

Don’t forget to look up when touring Crystal Sinclair’s redesign of an eclectic, two-story Brooklyn condo; you may miss the very best detail: the banana leaf wallpaper adorning the ceiling.

Design by: Jesse Turek
Photo by: Sean Litchfield

Cool for a Pair of NYC Creatives

Designer Jesse Turek established a sleek sanctuary for two New York City creatives that includes a pared-down kitchen and a moody, cocoon-like living room that’s custom-made for cozy days.

Design by: Amy Courtney
Photo by: Genevieve Garruppo

Ladylike Luxury in a Maximalist NYC Pad

Amy Courtney transforms a Hell’s Kitchen apartment into a heavenly retreat, where feminine touches come with an edgy twist—cue a bronze peacock sculpture named Bartholomew.

Design by: Jesse Turek
Photo by: Sean Litchfield

A Classic-Meets-Contemporary Tudor Home

Jesse Turek took on the sizeable feat of renovating a 20-room, Tudor-style home. And the resulting space boasts a contemporary, multifunctional feel where the original character is never compromised.

Design by: Ariel Farmer
Photo by: Heidi’s Bridge

Modern Cool for a Mimi Cheng’s Founder

Tasked with designing the Soho loft of the founder of Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings, Ariel Farmer established a boho eclectic vibe with plants aplenty.

Design by: Haley Weidenbaum
Photo by: Lauren Pressey

Sibling Harmony in West Hollywood

Haley Weidenbaum transformed a sun-lit, Spanish-style West Hollywood home into a sophisticated yet playful pad for one very special client: her sister.

Design by: Jae Joo
Photo by: Julia Robbs

Monochrome Magic in the Lower East Side

No one can make a dramatic, monochrome statement quite like Homepolish designer Jae Joo. Case in point: this starkly styled, art-filled pad in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Design by: Shannon Tate
Photo by: Joyelle West

A Warm Welcome in Massachusetts

This modern farmhouse-style home—designed by our own Shannon Tate—is urging us to move to the lush woods of suburban Massachusetts. One look at the enviable outdoor space, and you might be tempted too.

Design by: Michelle Zacks
Photo by: Heidi’s Bridge

A Fashion Editor’s Eclectic Brooklyn Digs

Michelle Zacks transforms a pre-war Brooklyn apartment into a modern boho-inspired space for a fashion editor—and the design is as enviable as you’d expect her closet to be.

Design by: Emma Beryl
Photo by: Nick Glimenakis

A Family-Friendly Farmhouse In Brooklyn

Designer Emma Beryl makes large-scale updates that graduate a farmhouse-style Greenpoint duplex to a sophisticated, family-friendly home boasting one very enviable kitchen.

Design by: Orlando Soria
Photo by: Chad Mellon

Two L.A. Actors Take Their Work Home With Them

Designer Orlando Soria takes an Los Angeles home, occupied by actors Kit Williamson and John Halbach, into the modern day while still nodding to the past—see the space’s many vintage finds and Mid-Century furnishings.

Design by: Cindy De Luzuriaga
Photo by: Sean Litchfield

The Best of Both Coasts

Part Hamptons, part Cali modern, part technicolor shack in the sky, this blissful beach getaway in Bay’s Head, New Jersey was given an enviable update by our own Cindy De Luzuriaga.

Design by: Shana Wardle
Photo by: Lauren Pressey

Gray Malin’s Bedroom is the Ultimate Escape

Designer Shana Wardle transformed photographer Gray Malin’s West Hollywood bedroom into a fresh, timeless escape that’s as wanderlust-inducing as his art.

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