Designer Mandy Cheng leaves her personal mark on a treasure-filled, quintessentially Californian bungalow in Los Feliz.
At Homepolish, we spend a lot of time gushing over our designers’ enviable abodes and the meticulous attention to detail they pay to every nook and cranny. Read on for a look inside eight of their personal…
Elisa Shankle designed HealHaus, a wellness space and cafe she co-founded in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, to reflect the warm, inclusive ethos of the brand.
Designer Jae Joo combines multiple sensibilities—and two adjacent apartments in New York City’s Flatiron neighborhood—to create a modern, minimalist, eccentric space for a young real-estate developer.
Feeling fatigued by farmhouse style? Homepolish designer Cindy De Luzuriaga shares her tips to mastering and modernizing the look, as exemplified by her work on family home in Darien, Connecticut.
A client’s affinity for marble, gallery walls, and shades of grey drove designer Crystal Sinclair’s airy, refined direction in this gorgeous Greenwich Village apartment.
Designer Nathalie Chianese delivers modern, sophisticated comfort with a dash of luxury to a couple’s dream ranch-style home in the suburbs of New Jersey.
Combining influences from New York and California style, designer Kerry Vasquez creates a vibrant, color-centric bungalow in Los Angeles that pays tribute to the original Spanish-style details.
We’re constantly in awe of designer Melanie Burstin’s skill for styling and curating homes, and her recent move to Echo Park gave us an excuse to ask for some tips (and get a peek inside her enviable new digs).
Our own Ariel Okin worked alongside of superteam of designers and organizers to help bring to life the first Real Simple Home in Brooklyn—and her serene design will change your perception of home offices.