In these homes, the closets are just as beautiful as the clothes that hang within them.

1. Luxe Life

The rest of this Stephanie Brown-designed home is complete with eclectic, multinational influences, but the closet is where you’ll find the glam details. It’s decked out with gold hardware, marble countertops and a beaded chandelier. See more of this globally inspired home.

2. Pretty Pattern

The homeowners weren’t convinced when designer Paul Lavoie suggested wallpapering the dressing room ceiling, but they love how it turned out; the glass chandelier and white-framed mirrors perfectly complement the high-fashion pattern. See more of this historic-meets-contemporary Calgary home.

3. Room to Play

This spacious, walk-in closet (designed by Aleem Kassam of Kalu Interiors) was created specifically for the woman of the house—but that doesn’t mean her husband was left wanting. Kassam designed a 12-seat home theatre for him. See more of this chic Vancouver home.

4. Secret Service

The wood panelling in this 1,400-square-foot condo may seem like an aesthetic choice, but designer Ami McKay used them for practical reasons, too. The planks help to disguise extra storage like pull-out clothing racks and built-in cabinetry. See more of this warm, industrial-inspired condo.

5. Display Case

For the homeowner, storing her collection of shoes and purses was equally as important as showcasing them. “The walk-in closet turned out to be a jewel box of a space,” says designer Kelly MoirSee more of this gorgeous Vancouver Island ensuite.

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