Bold Color. In her family's London townhouse designed by Philip Vergeylen, Rena Abboud's dressing
room features walls and custom-made cabinetry painted in Dulux's Russian Velvet
Colorful and Shimmering. For fashion designer Nanette Lepore's Manhattan townhouse, decorator Jonathan Adler devised a colorful and shimmering dressing room that nods to old-time Hollywood glamour. Lepore's toy poodle, Bunny, sits on a tufted, velvet-covered ottoman, and the rug is Chinese Art Deco. A mirrored chest of drawers by Raymond Lepore and a crystal chandelier add touches of sparkle.
Bright Blue. For his own Chicago apartment, decorator Nate Berkus applied his signature shock of color—in this case, bright blue—to the wardrobe, which features floor-to-ceiling shelving custom made in 1950 by the midcentury-modern architect Samuel Marx. The stools are by Paul McCobb, the rug is Moroccan, and the French light fixture is vintage. The back wall is covered in a grass cloth by Hinson & Co.
Feminine. The dressing room in the Manhattan apartment of Estée Lauder creative director Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer is a tribute to her grandmother's signature style—including Estée's favorite blue-and-white color scheme and Gracie wall coverings. The chandelier is by Baguès, and the circa-1970 desk is by Gabriella Crespi.