In the world of luxury living, walk-in closets are more than just storage spaces; they are personal sanctuaries where fashion enthusiasts can curate their style with the same level of precision and elegance as the world’s top designers. So, if you’re in search of the ultimate combination of fashion and home, look no further than these residential buildings that turn everyday dressing into a couture experience.
NYFW may have come to an end, but with these walk-in closets, the fashion show continues every time you step out in style.
In the heart of Midtown Manhattan stands the magnificent 53 West 53, a condominium tower designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel and featuring interiors by the legendary Thierry Despont. This iconic building offers 161 residences, including full-floor homes and duplex penthouses with private elevators. One of the standout gems is Penthouse 76, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows framing panoramic views of Central Park and the city skyline.
The 1,300-square-foot primary suite in Penthouse 76 exudes opulence with its monochromatic cream color scheme and plush textures. However, what truly steals the show is the glamorous walk-in closet custom designed by Scavolini. This closet is a fashionista’s dream, offering ample space to store and display a stunning collection of gowns, shoes, and accessories. Imagine having a wardrobe that rivals a high-end department store, all within the comfort of your own home.
Selene, another Midtown Manhattan luxury tower, is a creation of the renowned Foster + Partners. This architectural marvel offers luminous tower homes with breathtaking views of New York City. From expansive one-bedroom residences to a duplex full-floor penthouse, Selene’s residences are a testament to modern luxury.
Residence 51A, a sprawling 3,385-square-foot full-floor 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence, stands out for its grandeur. The double-exposure primary suite, designed by Foster + Partners, features an expansive closet and dressing area. The closet, with its wire-brushed oak cabinetry and doors, is a masterpiece of design and functionality. It’s the perfect space for the discerning fashion enthusiast to organize their collection in style.
Crossing the Atlantic, we arrive at Chelsea Barracks, an almost 13-acre mixed-use development in Central London. Here, a townhouse currently on the market offers an expansive primary suite that spans an entire floor.
This suite includes separate dressing rooms, one for him and one for her. These dressing rooms are lined with wood and adorned with closets featuring custom leather inset panels and leather detailing, creating a truly bespoke experience. Each walk-in closet covers around 180 square feet, ensuring that there’s ample space for every fashion need.
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