Great closets make getting dressed a grand affair.
1. Greenwich Village Town House by Harry Heissmann
When 's clients requested glamour for their 1,200-square-foot master suite dressing room in their Greenwich Village town house, he certainly delivered. The space boasts a Finnish mid-century chandelier and a plywood desk, flanked by custom glass sliding doors. Inside, the doors are painted with a giant circle motif rendered in glittering paint.
2. Highline Apartment by Workshop/APD
Off the master bedroom in this 2,300-square-foot New York apartment, a dressing room features custom hemlock millwork and a herringbone-pattern calf-hair rug in various hues of gray, reiterating the overarching color scheme in the rest of the apartment. “The whole reads as a cohesive story versus a series of individual vignettes,”partner Andrew Kotchen says.
3. 1930's Belgian House by B-Architecten
This modernist home in Antwerp, Belgium, features a glamorous master suite dressing room with purple fabric-covered closet doors and an eye-catching vanity on a round pedestal table with mirrors that can revolve like reflective planets.
4. Chelsea Apartment by Alexander Gorlin and Larsen Design
In the master bedroom of a Chelsea loft by and , a dresser behind the bed's headboard creates a semi-private changing area.
5. Gold Coast Apartment by RDK Design
storage units create an organized yet stylish shoe display in the daughter's bedroom of this 3,330-square-foot Chicago apartment by .
6. John Bricker's West Village Apartment by Gensler
What was once just a closet in creative director West Village apartment is now part of a two-room dressing room. Bricker made small adjustments to his 850-square-foot apartment to open up the flow, removing the short hallway that connected the bedroom, bathroom, and walk-in closet, to transform the space into a proper dressing room.
7. Flatiron Factory Loft by Messana O'Rorke
The walk-in closet of this 800-square-foot factory loft can hold 200 pairs of shoes on its rows of wood shelves, without straying too far from design principle of “primitive minimalism."
8. New York Pied-à-Terre by Eric J. Smith and Erik R. Smith
The master bedroom of this New York pied-à-terre by and includes a dressing room that features bleached anigre built-in cabinetry.