We joined Homepolish and ABC Home to bring modern luxury to a three-bedroom apartment in Midtown. Homepolish Co-founder Noa Santos and designer Justin DiPiero designed the space with a neutral palette of reclaimed wood tables and leather chairs, interspersing pops of plum, mixed textiles, and fur throws.
Photos by Claire Esparros
“Aiming for the venn diagram space between practical and beautiful, we designed a home that let’s you crash on the couch and host legitimate cocktail parties.”
“Colleen Ho's 'Ripped Paper Drawings' employ a meditative process of texturing the paper with a needle and thumbtack repeatedly, leaving a delicate, tactile relief to the surface.”
“Whether subtle shifts in pattern caused by wind blowing across the surface of a lake, or the heavy chop of a bay as high tide approaches, [Ryan James MacFarland's] triptych explores the disparity between the visible and symbolic strength of water and the invisible powers that control it.”
“MacFarland takes snapshots of friends, animals, nature, and water to understand and reveal his and our roles as people and what separates us from animals and from each other.”
“A subtle painting that shows an obscured view of a landscape far away.”
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Homepolish's Alyssa Alon transformed this family's Los Angeles home into a modern, airy space.
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Our friends at Smith Firestone Associates transformed this spacious San Francisco apartment at The Harrison into a calming and monochromatic dream.
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Mid-century statement pieces and natural wood finishes (plus a pop of teal) come together in this Los Angeles home designed by Kelly Martin.