snoop inside man repeller’s office

photo by claire esparros

and get some major space inspiration.

We admit it: We’re nosy. Thanks to social media—we’re looking at you, Instagram—it’s easy to see who’s eating and wearing what. But we have another web obsession that's taking our snooping to the next level: the Homepolish website, where we obsessively glimpse into the office spaces of our favorite .com pages.

In addition to revamping our digital office a few months ago, Homepolish also madeover Man Repeller's headquarters, reflecting the site's individual style.

Leandra Medine and her team of Man Repellers are quickly taking over the fashion world (and we totally get the obsession). Medine and her team’s charming, quirky, and intelligent fashion and lifestyle posts are nothing short of addicting—so much so that we find it hard to not check the site multiple times throughout the day. When Medine and her staff outgrew their first space, Homepolish helped transform their new office into a place that reflects Medine’s infamous whimsy and humor without forgetting the space is a work environment.

Homepolish’s co-founder Noa and designer Andrea worked with Medine to source furniture that subtly reflects her fashion-forward aesthetic but is still functional. To incorporate elements of the company’s personality and keep the office from being too stark, Medine and her team filled the empty spaces with objects like a camera, copies of her book, and shoes. The end result is an office totally fit for Man Repelling of any scale and any time of day. (Seriously, can we move in?)

Click through the gallery for a look at the new Man Repeller office (also check out the makeovers they gave Into The Gloss and HelloGiggles), and then look back at your desk and wonder why you still haven't removed that darn coffee stain. 



The Man Repeller office.
Photo by Claire Esparros

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