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In these homes, the closets are just as beautiful as the clothes that hang within them.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 Moir. See more of this gorgeous Vancouver Island ensuite.
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