Claire Esparros for Homepolish
Megan Stein
November 17, 2016 11:26 AM

Anyone who’s ever attempted to decorate a home knows the struggle of choosing art, rugs and — the biggest challenge of all — a sofa.

Between the endless store options, not to mention having to compare prices and reviews, checking everything off your new-house to-do list can be completely overwhelming. That’s why interior design site and celeb decorating go-to, Homepolish, has stepped in to make your life a little easier. The online interior design service is launching H Marketplace, a new e-commerce site that offers everything from throw pillows to chandeliers.

“The same issue kept coming up,” CEO and co-founder Noa Santos says of why he decided to create the new platform. “Hundreds of designers, thousands of clients, and millions of followers  were expressing how difficult it is to find truly special artisanal and unique products for their homes. We scoured the web for a solution and came up dry. So we’re building it.”

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Claire Esparros for Homepolish

In addition to constantly updating their offerings with one-of-a-kind pieces, the site will also host tastemaker sales curated by fan-favorite interiors experts: Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine, lifestyle blogger Marianna Hewitt, Instagram sensation Patrick Janelle, and their own West Coast Creative Director Orlando Soria serve as the inaugural gurus, sharing their stylish selections from the marketplace.

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Claire Esparros for Homepolish

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Even if you’re not a decorating maven, H Marketplace aims to help you learn the ropes of buying furniture and accent pieces that will work in your home.

“We want to bring the same level of trust we’ve worked four years to establish at Homepolish to H Marketplace,” say Santos. “We’ve carefully curated the vendors and products the same way we curate our Homepolish designers. Knowing that, [shoppers] can explore and have fun.”

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