5 serious closets for serious fashionistas

The master bedroom closet of this three bedroom, four and half bathroom condo at 16 West 19th Street (on the market for $10 million) was specially designed by Poliform to allow for maximum organization—and display—of one’s apparel.

Keller Williams

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The typical New York City closet is an embarrassing cubby of a space with one lonely clothes rod and, perhaps, a sad shelf or two. For anyone with a serious fashion habit, that will never do. A proper fashionista needs a wardrobe with hanging, folding, stacking and stashing options galore. These generously sized closets—with custom built-ins, appropriate lighting and a comfy chair or bench on which to perch—more than fit the bill:

For $13.85 million, you can hang your gear in this sublime walk-in—fitted with built-ins, not to mention silk flooring (!)—within a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo at 65 West 13th Street.

If it had a window, the 160-square-foot walk-in closet of this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo at 114 West 17th Street (listed at $4.249 million) would be described as an office, den, or nursery.

The master suite of this four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath condo at 22 Gramercy Park South features a fireplace, two bathrooms, a sitting area/office and this 8.2-foot-by-7.5-foot walk-in closet lined with built-ins to store many seasons’ worth of wardrobes.

Connecting the master bedroom and master bath of this single-family townhouse at 10 West 10th Street (renting at $49,900/month) is the above-pictured oversized walk-through closet/dressing room lined with a truly impressive array of clothes-keeping options.


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