our favorite homepolish makeovers
10 drool-worthy transformations you won't want to miss.
Published Jun 26, 2015 5:00 AM
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the well-traveled space
In this airy San Francisco home, a captivating hue and soft modern details provide the perfect backdrop for an eclectic space. All eyes on the whitewashed floors, crafted of reclaimed wood from an old barn – a major upgrade from the former yellow bamboo flooring.
See more of this two-bedroom here.
A rich landing pad beneath the bed, whitewashed walls, and globally-inspired textured accents transformed a once gray and drab bedroom into this covetable spot. Now that’s a room we wouldn’t mind waking up in.
Tour the rest of the stunning home here.
the pre-war nyc bath
We’ve all got a thing with bathrooms and we surely couldn’t pass up including one on our list. Especially when it looks.this.good. The goal? Preserving the building’s rich history while maintaining a sleek and modern decorative element. Marble tiles, brass details, and a juxtaposition of chic subway tiled flooring. Yep, this space did just that.
Tour this small-space bathroom here.
The inspiration behind Kelly Oxford’s mid-century modern reno? A Palm Springs-esque retreat with a cool aesthetic and just the right pop of color. Cue the ultimate lounge space that’s as Pin-worthy as it gets.
See the rest of the makeover here.
The best way to add character to a monochrome space? Sleek, floating shelves with a reserved arrangement of colorful titles.
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This dreamy space is all about soft textures and luxurious patterns. A simple paint palette of muted neutrals complements the plush details of the room’s decor.
See more of this home here.
Proof that a little DIY and a touch of paint can go a long way. See how a few clever tricks of the trade transformed this bold Chicago home.
the backyard studio
We’re no stranger to small-spaces, but we’ll be the first to admit it, an abandoned shed in the yard is hardly a spot we’d call home. So when a set of sheds were reinvented into a 250-sq-ft studio – complete with a vintage bath tub, kitchen, and living space – we were mesmerized to say the least.
This just might be what dreams are made of. Take a peek inside.
the beverly hills hotel – inspired bedroom
Not all makeovers have to break the bank to look this good. And this vibrant master bedroom proves just that. So how does one bring in a touch of Old Hollywood glamour into their home? A bold banana leaf wallpaper and a few bronze details might just do the trick.
See more of this Chelsea apartment here.
the boston family home
We’ve all got those dreamy whitewashed spaces, whether they be in our homes or Pinterest boards. But when you find yourself coveting a more cozy aesthetic, adding a decorative layer of muted tones and soft textures is just the answer. Our favorite part? The accented lounge chair that happens to be an Ikea hack!
See more of this stunning space here.