12 Walk-In Closets We Never Want to Walk Out Of
A stately, immaculately curated closet is, indeed, the stuff dreams are made of. These impeccably turned-out spaces take wardrobe chic to a whole new level—never before have ottomans and power lighting seemed so essential. Keep scrolling to take a tour of our favorite clotheshorse interiors.
The Paris apartment of a real-life princess, designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, is breathtaking in its elegant yet unassuming way that only the French can master. Textured wall coverings, soaring ceilings, and sculptural lighting transform this functional space into a transcendent work of art.
Nathan Followill and Jessie Baylin's Nashville master-suite closet remains one of our all-time favorite retreats. The juxtaposition of warm woods with alluring natural stone makes for a soulful, sophisticated sanctuary.
Leave it to Kelly Wearstler to discreetly transform a railroad-style dressing area into a mirrored, metallic moment. Reflective surfaces make the space feel expansive and artful while offering up major functionality.
This manhattan apartment designed by Celerie Kemble is a monochrome cloud of elevated and refined detail. The island bar, fireplace, and art-adorned mantel make this space the ultimate in terms of spacious fantasy fodder.
Comfortable, handsome, and bold, Nate Berkus's home closet features bright marigold velvet and accompanying gold hardware throughout. The sunny space gets plenty of natural light via a skylight, which we can only imagine to be wildly flattering.
Designed by Kelly Wearstler, this iconic art deco closet is part dressing room, part covetable storage space. The paneled metal detailing is so imaginative and striking that it feels lifted from a Gustav Klimt painting.
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