Peloton Instructor Robin Arzón's Home Makeover Will Leave You Motivated to Transform Your Space

New mom and Peloton instructor Robin Arzón recently partnered with Pottery Barn Kids and West Elm to transform her New York City home.

By Mike Vulpo May 27, 2021 1:00 PMTags
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Robin Arzón's latest transformation may not be what you expect.

Many Americans know the Shut Up and Run author as one of Peloton's most beloved head instructors who can motivate just about anyone to break a sweat and turn up the resistance. But away from the gym, Peloton's Vice President of Fitness Programming has been hard at work transforming her New York City space.

With help from Pottery Barn Kids, Robin and her husband Drew Butler were able to create a special nursery for their newborn daughter Athena Amelia Arzón-Butler. As Robin explained, "We wanted a room that didn't feel overly ‘kiddie' and worked with the rest of the home."

But wait, there's more!

The couple also worked with West Elm for an overall home makeover. What came next was a chic house perfect for visits with family and close friends. 

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Sweatin' With the Stars

"A welcoming space to entertain was important because we are all about family first," the couple shared. "We also incorporated pieces from our travels and a bit of bohemian chic in the decor." 

So, who's curious to see the final results? Keep scrolling to see the home makeover and shop some of the unique pieces chosen by Robin and Drew. 

Welcome Home

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When Robin Arzón and Drew Butler became parents, they worked with Pottery Barn Kids and West Elm to transform her family's home in New York City. Get ready to be wowed!

Making Memories

When it's time for a bedtime story, Robin chose inspirational books, including Finding Kindness and You Matter

Wonderful World

When mom and dad find themselves rocking their baby to sleep, the phoenix rocking chair & ottoman will come in very handy. 

Sleep Tight

In addition to a crib, Robin and her husband opted for a toddler bed conversion for when their baby becomes a bit older. 

Thinking Things Through

"Invest in pieces that allow you to stay organized," Robin explained to E! News. "The dresser doubles as a changing table and we made sure that each piece has a dual purpose. The closet has extra rods for double hanging. The day bed is a trundle for when family visits."

There's More!

While Robin and Drew nailed the nursery, they also transformed a few spaces in the rest of the house. 

Picture Perfect Views

This beautiful dining table will allow guests to enjoy meals with a stunning view of the city. As for Robin's favorite piece in the house, it may just be the globe chandeliers

Ultimate Getaway

Wanna get away? Robin's bedroom, furnished by West Elm, looks like the perfect place to rest and relax. 

Work of Art

Lucky guests can sit back and relax in one of the two book nook armchairs that are also available in light pink and blue colors. 

Break Time

In order to meet Robin's goal of creating a modern, glam space with a monochromatic color palette, the couple chose pieces that matched their views of the city.

Welcome In

Make sure not to spill! You would hate to make a mess on the distressed ensi rug.

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