If you ask me, Homepolish is the interior design version of a fairy godmother. Don’t believe me? Homepolish interior designer Stefani Stein took this L.A. bungalow down to the studs, moved walls, raised ceilings and put in new windows. And the result is totally gorgeous. It’s safe to say they achieved the goal to “create a […]
This bedroom brings together the best of the old and the new. This standout headboard is fashioned from distressed white tin ceiling tiles. The antique look is contrasted by bright green and pinks that act as accent colors throughout the room, creating a charmingly eclectic look.
In 2016, Houzz predicts that kitchens will eschew the perfect, polished look for a more eclectic vibe. Instead of only incorporating one or two materials, homeowners will turn to a variety of opposing styles to create a truly personalized space. This Manhattan kitchen, which features a rustic wood ceiling, a white subway tile backsplash, a vintage inspired rug, and shiny white countertops, is a perfect example.