When Homepolish head of commercial design Shelly Lynch-Sparks collaborated with Soludos on their SoHo headquarters, an unexpected result was a brand new collection of wallpaper for Chasing Paper.
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The worldly, maximalist vibe of the eclectic aesthete is inspired by many a curated collection, personal or museum-owned. Check out some of our non-traditional, mixed-and-matched homes.
Man Repeller, the irreverent fashion journalism outlet, is one of Homepolish's oldest influencer clients. We dove head first into their latest NoLIta office redesign.
For a mom from Costa Rica, it was important that her newborn baby boy's nursery combined both her Latin heritage and her husband's American roots. Homepolish's Dannielle Corpora found a dreamy middle ground.
It's not too uncommon for clients to ask us for a seemingly dichotomous look of eclectic meets minimalistic. Our designer Ariel Okin weighs in with five tips that bridge the two looks.
A young couple moved into a Williamsburg apartment together, and they called in Homepolish's Becky Shea by day one. She helped them maximize the space and merge their styles.
Creatives need to constantly innovate, so it only makes sense that after living in the same space for a while, our designers get antsy. Homepolish's Julia Haney Montanez shows us just this with the befores and afters of her NYC studio.
Who says you need a patio to have a good time? Our designer Angela Belt gives her five tips to make your indoor space just as exciting as the great outdoors.
Who says modern means cold and sterile? For a hip couple in the Bay Area, Homepolish designer Carisse Lynelle created a clean home that is simultaneously cozy and livable.
Homepolish designer Angela Belt clues us in to the three designer secrets necessary to create that "cultured world traveler" space of your dreams without ever leaving the comfort of your home.