New York Magazine

Skip to content, or skip to search.

Skip to content, or skip to search.

Home > Shopping > Peace & Riot

Peace & Riot

Critic's Pick Critics' Pick

492 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11216 40.682065 -73.949931
nr. Halsey St.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
347-663-6100 Send to Phone

  • Reader Rating: Write a Review
  • Price Range: ($$$) High End
  • Products & Services: Bedding/Bath/Linens, Children's Furniture, Decorative Accents, Handbags, Jewelry, Kitchen Furniture, Living Room Furniture, etc.
Photo by Hannah Mattix

Share this listing

Official Website

peaceandriot.com

Hours

Wed-Sat, 10am-7pm; Sun, 11am-6pm; Mon-Tue, closed

Nearby Subway Stops

A, C at Nostrand Ave.

Payment Methods

American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Product Guide

Accessories

  • Handbags
  • Jewelry

Children

  • Children's Furniture

Home

  • Bedding/Bath/Linens
  • Decorative Accents
  • Living Room Furniture
  • Kitchen Furniture
  • Home Office Furniture
  • Bedroom Furniture
  • Fabrics/Trimmings
  • Lighting
  • Mirrors
  • Tableware
  • Rugs/Carpeting

Gifts & Parties

  • Gifts/Novelty Shops

Profile

Only one rule dictates what’s sold inside this interior-design haven: If co-owner Achuziam Maha-Sanchez can picture it inside one of her four imaginary homes, it belongs. There’s the fancy Tribeca loft; her cozy cottage in the Hamptons; a kind of tropical cabana; and, lastly, her Brooklyn brownstone. These widely encompassing criteria are an international affair, too. Baskets made from recycled magazines come from Indonesia. Sisal-woven market bags come from Kenya. And next to these items are plenty from local designers—dining-room china depicting a Liberian village scene, for example, is from Queens-based Barbara Garnes of SoHe Designs. Maha-Sanchez and her husband, Lionel Sanchez, also sell soaps and butter creams, scented candles and coffee table books, and furniture, some of which Maha-Sanchez designs herself. Her reupholstered, alder-wood dining chair cushioned with men’s-suit fabric recalls a Fifth Avenue apartment, while the quilted, metallic-vinyl headboard she designed belongs in her Tribeca loft. All of the inventory fits on a spectrum, from serene to eccentric (as the shop name suggests), and if customers aren’t sure of the direction they want to go with their kitchen or living room, the husband-wife duo can provide interior-design expertise, for a small charge.

Advertisement
Advertising