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A prewar West Village apartment gets a glamorous makeover with a gilded mirror above the mantle, chosen by Homepolish designer Casey DeBois to enhance the home's crown molding and high ceilings.
For a modern farmhouse look, Homepolish designer Louisa Roeder painted the doors and window frames in this Brooklyn dining room to add a touch of drama.
In this airy Los Angeles bachelor pad, Homepolish designer Orlando Soria created a whimsical paint-by-number-inspired headboard with the help of a local handyman.
For the same L.A. home, Soria found this midcentury dresser at a vintage shop for $150 and gave it a fresh coat of kelly-green paint plus brass hardware for a Hollywood Regency vibe.
In this San Francisco pad, Homepolish designer Danielle Coccomo used a vintage ironing board as a creative alternative to the traditional bar cart.
Homepolish designer Noa Santos transformed an empty room in a SoHo loft into a dreamy retreat with a petite chandelier, a canopy bed and pearl-gray walls.
In the SoHo loft's dining room, Santos added backless Louis chairs and an unfinished rustic wood pedestal table.
Homepolish designer Amanda Gorski sourced a midcentury console, chalkboard walls, layered rugs and streamlined bunk beds for a New York kids' bedroom.
As much as we love spending the wee hours on Pinterest and discovering genius new products on our own (who else’s orchids are so self-sufficient these days?), our ears still perk up when a pro starts dishing practical design advice about paint colors, fabrics and must-have furniture.
Even better? When we can get great tips for a lot less dough (compared with what we blew painting our guest room a sad shade of "Salty Tear").
Homepolish is a new-to-Chicago company that lets you take a low-cost, low-commitment approach to hiring an interior designer from a roster of local pros like Dean Renaud of boutique firm South Social & Home.
First, you’ll visit the site to detail your budget and exactly what kind of project you want to tackle (e.g., “I want to update my living room but keep as much existing furniture as possible”). During an initial 50-minute consultation at your home ($50 or $80, depending on whether you opt for a junior or senior-level designer), you’ll be given concrete direction about how to accomplish your goals.
If you’re inspired to keep working with your designer or expand the scope of your project, you can sign up for more in-depth sessions with rates starting at $100 an hour.
Let the transformation begin.
Through January 31, Homepolish will take 25 percent off your initial visit with the discount code "purewowchicago."
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