Homepolish designer Kevin Clark knows that as long as a space is both sensible and beautiful, the limit to how creative you can be does not exist. These sources will help you find design pieces based on style.
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Tour along with Homepolish designer Daniela Malca Benloulou as she shows us how she created a beautiful suburban home outside of Los Angeles.
Tour around with Homepolish's Pippa Lee as she shows us an incredible redesign in Chelsea that took a home gym to a twin nursery, complete with a custom jungle gym, rock wall, and light tunnel.
Under the expert eye of Homepolish's Becky Shea, a New York apartment that was originally a printing house gave way to a striking residential space.
In a building originally built as a warehouse in 1928, Homepolish's Emma Lesser took the sweeping space and transformed it into a contemporary heaven.
We won't lie. For those of us who work at Homepolish HQ, we also dream of the day when we can hire one of our designers to polish our OWN homes. VP of marketing Lisa Bubbers finally got the chance for her Boerum Hill apartment.
In the top floor of a renovated church in Fort Greene, Homepolish's Michelle Zacks redesigned a dark kitchen into a bright slice of bohemia.
Moving cross-country from Brooklyn to Seattle, the Rinella family of five needed a home that reflected their hip personality. Homepolish's Joy Rondello layered in sculptural lighting, artwork, and even a collection of animal skulls.
Following social media maven and beauty expert Deepica Mutyala, her life seems absolutely fabulous. But her studio apartment in Hell's Kitchen was a chaotic mess of photo equipment and boxes. Homepolish's Amy Row (who is fabulous in her own right) shows us how she made the space ab fab.
Sometimes you go on a vacation, and you simply never want to go home. Luckily, for the Adhi family, Homepolish's Devon Fromm recreated the sensation of the Aegean coast right in their Chicago living and dining room.