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Sydney Mondry
Mar 17, 2016 @ 3:15 pm

We're always searching for interior design inspo, and we've certainly found it in the newly revamped studio of young in-demand men and womenswear designer Timo Weiland (below), who recently launched a limited-edition collection with Banana Republic. The chic transformation was completed by interior design house Homepolish and digital marketplace SPRING, and marks the first makeover of their #SpringStudioSeries partnership. 

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Homepolish’s in-house designer Justin DiPiero styled the space for Weiland, who tells InStyle, “The Timo Weiland brand is New York-based modern prep—clean classic lines with a twist. The space in which we work must have the perfect balance of bright, sparse, and clean, with romantic, whimsical, colorful, personality.”

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“Very much like the collection, the studio refresh brought about an inspiring update to our couch and conference tabletop upon which we collaborate as a team every day,” says Weiland.

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He adds, “The objects are not only beautiful to look at, but also easily utilized during showroom meetings and creative brainstorms.” 

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If you’re fawning over Weiland’s new studio as much as we are, you can shop the items (like the side chairs from Lostine and decorative accents from Tom Dixon) now on shopspring.com. 

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