Our designers are nailing the latest trend—"resimercial." Tour the cutting-edge commercial designs you’ll wish you could go home to.
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For a brand that is disrupting the traditional retail landscape in an innovative way, Homepolish's Justin Huxol designed a storefront that is disrupting the downtown New York shopping scene.
When it came to the new Gingerly Witty on Los Angeles's Sunset Boulevard, Homepolish's Erin Kane hit the ground running, transforming the storefront in six weeks flat.
For MNDFL's second New York meditation studio on the Upper East Side, Homepolish's Shelly Lynch-Sparks and Ariel Farmer created a sense of calm infused with some uptown sophistication.
For the new accessible luxury fashion label Neely & Chloe, Homepolish designer Elisa Shankle created a pop-up store that's a perfect fit for their brand.
For a private media pop-up in New York, Sonos took over a home in the Flatiron District. Homepolish's Michelle Zacks transformed several rooms into an immersive auditory journey.
Homepolish's Michael Groth and Gina Rockenwagner, founder of fashion line Poppy+Pima, are childhood friends. The two of them collaborated to reimagine Gina's studio.
At Homepolish, we inspire fashion designers every day by providing them with runway-worthy offices. With Fashion Week upon us, we roundup up our top ten favorites.
In a new column, we take a moment to catch up with the CEO Ellie Burrows and the Chief Spiritual Officer Lodro Rinzler of MNDFL to hear how Homepolish commercial design has improved their business and affected their clients.
The majority of us spend a good amount of our waking hours at a desk, so it only makes sense to find an office chair that maximizes comfort. On "Ask Homepolish," our designers give their favorite options.