People who live in beautiful homes wear beautiful clothes, and they need a luxurious, coordinated space in which to store them.
A walk-in closet is a necessity; if you have a tailored, styled wardrobe, you need a closet that suits those suits, a dressing room that has as much thought in its design as the rest of your home.
Here are some inspirations we've found for gorgeous, fantasy closets that can become real:
WhoWhatWear features 16 dream-worthy closets that are nice enough to live in. Elegant island dressers, towers of shelves for pairs of shoes, and storage for your accessories and apparel define some of these extraordinary designs.
Elle Decor exhibits nine celebrity closets of professional designers. Of everything in these multi-million dollar residences, the closets and wardrobes are the best and certainly the most personal rooms.
The over-the-top glamour includes Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon's breathtaking collection of 400 pairs of shoes. Interior designer Nate Berkus's blue closet is a standout, and fashion designer Nanette Lepore's Manhattan closet even includes a glass chandelier and fine paintings. A well-designed master bedroom closet system is essential to accommodate and showcase your tailored and styled wardrobe, creating a dressing room that reflects the careful attention given to the rest of your home's design