i remember the first time i discovered Homepolish. i ended up browsing all their home tours, pinning away like some kind of madwoman. Homepolish offers affordable interior design by the hour. basically you sign up, tell them about your project, and they connect you with one of their talented interior designers. you can buy a single day session or a more extensive design package, whatever suits your budget.
it’s a clever idea – i often wish i could get a pro to help me with things i can’t seem to figure out myself (I mean, Pinterest is only going to get me so far). but i’ve always thought that hiring an interior designer is something outside the scope of my life. they’ve been used in projects by people i admire like Leandra Medine and Jaime Derringer (who gives a great run down on how the process worked on her blog).
basically, i’m a fan. and today i’m thrilled to get the chance to feature the home tour of this fresh 1920s Los Angeles home which was recently completed by Homepolish interior designer Stefani Stein.
“The concept for this remodel was a fresh take on the existing traditional style of this 1920s Silver Lake bungalow. Because the home had low ceilings and additions from several different eras, I wanted to make it feel brighter and more open, while simultaneously unifying the additions to feel cohesive and true to the bones of the original architecture. At around 1800 square feet, the vaulted living room ceiling and skylight additions to the kitchen were transformative to the space.”
such a rad space, and i love all the African elements – we have many of the same accessories in our home. i might steal some ideas here. design by Homepolish interior designer Stefani Stein, photos by Tessa Neustadt for Homepolish.