We like to think we’ve got our personal style on lock. But dressing well is one thing; outfitting an apartment can be much, much trickier. If you’ve considered working with an interior designer but aren’t quite at the imported-Persian-rug level, Homepolish might be just what your small space needs.
For $50, a licensed interior designer will come to your apartment and chat for 50 minutes. They’ll note your style preferences, existing furniture and spatial restraints, then offer decor ideas to make over your place. (Bonus: If you talk a friend into getting a consultation as well, you’ll save $10.)
Like what you see and want to implement the ideas? Continued packages start at $400. Not impressed? There’s no obligation beyond that. Trust us: It’s the cheapest interiors game in town. The trick to keeping budgets tight is young talent. Homepolish’s pool of 16 up-and-coming designers may still be building their personal portfolios, but they also have a fresh perspective on living in the real world that is New York City apartments.