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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.
It only took one (sneak) peek at Leandra Medine's new office space for us to see that the folks at Homepolish — the interior geniuses responsible for the streamlined makeover — know what they're doing. Whether it's a total renovation or culling the perfect finishing touches, designers work by the hour to create a balanced space that just works. Oh, and they just launched in San Francisco & Chicago, too.
We're not going to lie, shopping for vintage furniture in NYC can daunting experience, especially when it feels like the entire city is overrun with pricey, picked-over goods everywhere you look.
Trust — you can find some amazing, showroom-worthy items, you just need to know where to look. So we asked Homepolish designer, Will Saks — whose knack for expertly mixing vintage and modern has kept him in high demand — to dish on his favorite shopping spots. Ahead, check out his top picks in NYC (plus, two road-trip worthy spots) for budget-friendly vintage furniture and decor.
You're going to spend the next three months straight wearing a winter coat. Instead of giving in and committing to the cold weather just yet, follow Olivia Palermo's lead and bundle up in lots of layers topped off with a chic poncho.
When the never-not-impeccably-dressed street style favorite stepped out to run read
Whether you love them or loathe them, we can all agree that cats run the Internet. So, when we heard that San Francisco was getting its very own kitty café — a first in North America — we lost our damn minds.
The brainchild of tech-world vets Courtney Hatt and David Braginsky, KitTea generated an insane amount of read