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It only took one look at Rumi Neely's amazing home for us to see that the folks at Homepolish — the interior geniuses responsible for the fashion star's home makeover — know what they're doing. Whether it's a total renovation or finding the perfect finishing touches, Homepolish designers work by the hour to create balanced spaces that just work. For more design inspiration, follow @Homepolish.
We showed you how to redecorate if you’re moving in together, but what happens if things go really south and you break up? Suddenly your love-nest feels like a battle zone, and every item in your apartment — his old socks, sappy photobooth pictures, that light fixture he installed — is a painful reminder of the past.
“I had one friend who went through a really traumatic breakup, and after her ex moved out, she slept on a friend’s couch for a month,” says interior designer, Danielle Arps. “They traveled a lot together, and their apartment was decorated with tons of art and souvenirs they had collected abroad. She could barely open the door without having a meltdown.”
We’ve all been there before. Of course, rule number one of any bad breakup? Stay busy. Now's the perfect time to rethink your space — whether it's tackling that forgotten DIY project or adding fresh paint. Refocusing your energy on a constructive project will keep your mind busy and allow you to focus on what makes you happy. Click through for 10 simple steps to decorate your place after a breakup.
The nature of, and events surrounding, fictional relationships often function as a barometer for real-life scenarios. This feels especially true when it comes to TV. You use Carrie and Big as a reason to forgive your boyfriend's missteps. Maybe you look to Ross and Rachel for the reason you should give an old flame a read
After Erick proposed to Mara on top of the Ferris wheel at Coachella in 2013, they quickly decided a Palm Springs venue would be just right. Two Pinterest boards (here + here), seven months, and a little rare Palm Springs rain later, they had this rad, artsy Ace Hotel wedding. Thanks to Nick Radford for the photos below. read