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.
In the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, Homepolish's Elisa Shankle crafted unique community spaces for each floor of the Common Kingston community.
Moving into a sun-drenched white box space in the NoMad area, IF Studio hired Homepolish's Tina Rich to make their office reflect their creative company mission.
A talent agent in Beverly Hills needed his office to be as bright and shining as his clients. Homepolish's Joyce Pickens brought some razzle dazzle to the space.
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.
When Lonny moved from New York to San Francisco to join its parent company Livingly Media, they called in their long-time collaborators (we're talking about ourselves) to design the offices, working closely with…
For a tech ad agency in Hollywood, Homepolish designer Stefani Stein created an immersive and dramatic space filled with saturated walls, eclectic wallpapers, antique furnishings, and vintage textiles.
For a company with the bold mission to be Africa's elite engineering organization, Homepolish's Maryana Grinshpun created a New York office that reflects its global influences.
For a brand "inspired by global wanderings," Homepolish Head of Commercial Design Shelly Lynch-Sparks created a SoHo office full of light, color, and exotic accents.