In the April issue of Domino, there is an article about the chic closet of Vivre founder Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti (see above), and I believe that it is every fashionista's dream. Although small, the closet was very cleverly thought out. There are plenty of shelves and drawers for handbags and sweaters, and there is even a closet within the closet in which she stores her evening wear. What I like about this room, though, is that not only is it functional, it is aesthetically pleasing too. Jeanbart-Lorenzotti chose a bluish/gray finish for the wood cabinets, and she used x-front mirrored doors for a glamorous touch. I have to admit, though, that I'm just not envious of her closet, but also of her extensive wardrobe!
I think that closets can be great place to do something daring. They may be small spaces, but it doesn't mean one can't do something fabulous. Kelly Wearstler papered a closet in her home with a bold, graphic wallpaper. And in Tory Burch's closet/dressing room, an island with drawers has a painted top with an orange and white zig-zag print that is similar to the prints she uses in her clothing line.
There are so many great closets that have been featured in various magazines. What are your favorites?
Closet by Kelly Wearstler
Tory Burch's Dressing Room/Closet