Although it was founded to help home and apartment owners find interior decorators, Homepolish has already made the leap to office interiors — designing projects ranging upto 50,000 square feet.

“We do a lot of startup offices in New York and San Francisco,” said CEO Noa Santos, a Stanford University graduate and architect who co-founded Homepolish with president Will Nathan, a former BuzzFeed staffer.

The two met after Nathan bought a Chelsea apartment but had trouble finding a designer within his small budget.

Santos designed the unit; they jelled, and in 2012, Homepolish was born.

Today, they have designed offices for tech companies including Codeacademy, Sailthru and Gilt Groupe, while Santos recently helped design the bright white offices of The Man Repeller blog. Homepolish’s current roster includes over 140 designers in eight cities.

Homepolish manages the entire administrative process while the designers bring in architects and obtain permits.

Costs begin at $50 for a one-hour site visit with packages from $500 for five hours.

Because Homepolish’s designers bill a flat $130 per hour with no commissions or markups — instead landing discounts on furniture and fixtures — Santos says there is no incentive to go over budget.

“If we send a designer and you don’t jibe well, we’ll re-match you with another designer for free,” he said.