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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.
Refreshing your place doesn’t have to mean major overhaul. Homepolish designer Vanessa De Vargas used just a few bold accents to spruce up her beachside bungalow. Located a couple of blocks from the Venice boardwalk, this part-time furniture designer kept her vibes comfortable and cool by adding Zebra-printed chairs (refurbished herself!), gold highlights, and well-hung artwork that complimented the bright, sunny space.
Click through the slideshow to see some of the personalized details in Vanessa’s home. How would they work in your space?
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