Rumi Neely's LA Home Makeover

Photos By: Tessa Neustadt for Homepolish

Rumi Neely was one of the first blogs we discovered and became regular readers of. We also attribute her blog, Fashion Toast, to one of the reasons we decided to start our own blog. We saw fashion and photography come together in such a new, beautifully creative way and it made us really want something like that of our own. When we saw that Rumi was revealing her home makeover project, we couldn't help but compulsively follow along. She worked with the Homepolish team in LA, LA Creative Director Orlando and Homepolish designer Amy, to give her space a fresh, updated look.

We were actually a bit surprised at how bright and cheery her place was. I envisioned it more black than white, based on her wardrobe. Regardless, it's a stunning space that Rumi calls "half beach bungalow half fluffy minimalism." Natural wood, clean whites, and pops of green (as you know, plant life is one of my home essentials) make the space so dreamy, yet everything is simple enough that it's an easy aesthetic to recreate. Her paint color is similar to mine, so I will definitely be using these rooms as inspiration for my own home, as I continue the never-ending, but super fun decorating process. You can shop items from Rumi's home, and some other similar products, below. Or, skip on over to the Stuart Weitzman site to see if they have her shoes in your size. Either way, you can't really go wrong!

More about Homepolish: Homepolish is made up of over 100+ designers, all from some of the top schools and firms in the country. They are based in New York but have over 800 home and office redesigns under their belts so far. And besides Rumi's home, some of their other featured projects include Geri Hirsch's home makeover and The Man Repeller's SoHo office. They are taking over the decorating world and I can only hope to get to work with one of their amazing designers on day on something for my home. Their style is spot on.

Shop Rumi's Home Style:

Jun 27, 2014

No comments:

Post a Comment