Yana Peel, the head of global arts and culture at Chanel, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and has lived in Montreal, Hong Kong, and London. Peel sought a downtown vibe within walking distance of New York’s Whitney and New Museum, with good coffee and access to athletic outlets for her family of four. The brief for the space was to create something urban, sexy, arty, and design-focused yet also practical for the whole family.

Living Room

The living room boasts a sophisticated charm with a neutral color palette complemented by vibrant pops of color from the Arts collection. The curved sofas serve as the centerpiece, and the frosted-glass skylight illuminates the gallery-like space. The walls feature artworks by Charles Gaines, Albert Oehlen, and Peter Bradley, and an Etienne Chambaud bronze sculpture graces the cocktail table.


In the library, an artwork by Matt Connors hangs next to shelves displaying paintings by Etel Adnan (above) and Stanley Whitney. The walls and rug are in a beautiful green marmorino tone.

Dining Room

Pendant lights hang above the verde marinace granite kitchen island. Painting at left by Nicole Einseman. In the dining room beyond, The dining table is surrounded by dining chairs in earth tones

Primary Bedroom

A light fixture hangs above a nightstand in the primary bedroom adds a touch of elegance to the bedroom decor. Its placement provides ample lighting for reading and other activities while in bed.

Primary Bathroom

The primary bath is clad in amazonita marble. Francis Sultana’s stool pulls up to the vanity. A glazed stoneware piece stands next to a chair on the terrace.

Children Room

In the son’s room, a Chantal Joffe painting rests atop a  headboard.

A super fun children’s study spot, colorful but still maintaining natural colors.

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