Dressing rooms big enough to live in (rest of the apartment included)

By Jennifer Laing | April 17, 2015 - 9:59AM

There are closets and then there are closets: These dressing chambers, some of which compare in size to a NYC studio apartment and even feature a bathroom (or two), will give your jeans, sweats and sweaters the good life.

The 84-square foot, Missoni-carpeted mahogany closet of this Midtown two bedroom (on the market for $2.495 million) is outfitted with plenty of space for hanging and folded items, plus a custom cabinet for storing 100 (!) pairs of shoes.

With floor-to-ceiling windows, built-in cream lacquered cabinets with polished nickel and shagreen hardware, a hand-blown glass ceiling and a lighting fixture fashioned from a 1950’s vintage glass piece by Murano, the closet of this Upper East Side penthouse (on sale for $19.75 million) may just be the most decadent place in which to play dress-up.

You get not one, but two, fab dressing rooms-slash-closets — one for him, one for her — in this two-bedroom, four-bath home at 160 East 65th Street. Each has its own bathroom (one, pictured here, includes a marble soaking tub) and is outfitted with custom-crafted cabinets and drawers for storing seasons-worth of Chanel, Prada and Christian Louboutins.

For $29.5 million, you get a stately 11-room Upper East Side penthouse with five bedrooms, seven baths and an almost-225-square-foot windowed dressing room that will show off any collection of kicks and caps to maximum advantage.

Enjoy skyline views while wriggling into your stockings and skirts in the sun-soaked, windowed dressing room of this Tribeca condo rental (yours for $24,000/month). Bonus: When not being used for dressing and undressing, this 24-foot-by-10-foot closet makes a super—and super serene—yoga studio.


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