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Publication Date: 2015-03-24

Inspiration

7 Designer Closets to Covet

Enviable designs that will make you rethink your own space.

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Photography: William Waldron

Lacquered. In a Manhattan apartment designed by Celerie Kemble, the dressing room painting is by André Dunoyer de Segonzac, and the chandelier and sconces are by Visual Comfort & Co.

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Photography: Ricardo Labougle

Dark and Light. The cabinetry, ebonized-wood countertop, and fabric-covered wardrobe doors in the dressing room of Luis Bustamante's Madrid apartment are all custom made

Photography: Simon Upton

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 3.

Photography: William Waldron

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.

Photography: Pieter Estersohn

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.

Photography: Simon Upton

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.

By Sarah Yang

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