This Jewelry Designer's NYC Townhouse Is a Dream—Take a Tour

Meghan Rooney
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Courtesy of Jake Rosenberg for The Coveteur

If we could swap homes with anyone, it might have to be jewelry designer Lele Sadoughi, who recently opened the doors of her impeccably tasteful Chelsea townhouse to give The Coveteur a peek inside.

Sadoughi, who launched J.Crew’s jewelry division years ago, describes the home she shares with her husband and two young children as “a mix of clean lines and things that are pretty,” and we couldn’t agree more, particularly about the latter. Take the “green room”—adorned with malachite and black-and-white prints, a fiddle-leaf fig tree, and a gorgeous rug sourced straight from Marrakech—as a prime example.

Not only are the indoors, complete with high ceilings and modern glass (larger-than-life) windows impressive, but the home also features a spacious outdoor patio with a built-in grilling station—a rare and coveted luxury in the middle of NYC. On the topic of luxury, we’d be remiss not to mention the modern white marble-filled bathroom, which is home to a gorgeous soaking tub.

The best part? Sadoughi never has to leave (if she doesn’t want to) as the top floor of the townhouse serves as her home office and studio. Now that’s how it’s done.

Here are some of our favorite photos from Sadoughi’s Chelsea home.

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