When an interior designer and her husband moved to New York, they found a huge apartment in a 19th-century building that was almost perfect.
For Susannah Talley, downsizing took on new meaning after moving to a tiny New York apartment and restoring an abandoned dollhouse.
An apartment in a 1950s-era West Village building hadn’t been touched in decades. Architect Michael K. Chen opened it up and brought fresh light in.
In Rio Hamilton’s home, luxurious design meets industrial history.
The renovation, led by architect Alexandra Barker, focused on reinstating the magnificence of the Italianate home while adding fresh panache.
After 16 years, Hilary’s Park’s apartment had gone from airy to claustrophobic. She turned to Homepolish to instill a new sense of order.
In her signature blue glasses, she epitomized style.
Designer Jenny Kirschner doesn’t believe in walls.
Inside a personal project by French designers Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet — Poyet’s own apartment.
Tour her Upper East Side townhouse.
The price was right, the layout was wrong. How often is this the case when apartment hunting? Homepolish’s Tali Roth renovated to the rescue.
“I need to be cripplingly overwhelmed by how colorful everything is.”
Five years ago, Hurricane Sandy devastated Breezy Point, Queens, but new signs of life and revitalization are everywhere.
An interior designer packed up her Palm Beach mansion and, after several moves, landed in a Brooklyn studio — scarcely changing her eclectic style.
The 26-year-old founder of the home-decor app Hutch used it to decorate her Spanish-style West Hollywood home — and it took her all of one week.
This brownstone features original 1900 plasterwork, zingy paint treatments, and artwork from Uganda, Angola, and Zimbabwe.
Designer Sheila Bridges took inspiration for her second home from the hues of the northern lights, the North Atlantic, basalt rocks, and black sand.
Benjamin Shine is New York’s foremost fabric sculptor.
A forthcoming documentary directed by Mark Bozek shines a new light on the legendary photographer and the world he inhabited.
Tour David Monn’s meticulously organized, 450-square-foot closet.
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