Fashion houses for sale
When it comes to custom closets, a Paradise Valley, Arizona home showcases the ultimate him and her space with 11 electric clothes closets and a brown built-in safe in each.
“The upper cabinets are motorized, which allows convenient access to the entire closet,” said Jim Cavanaugh, an agency agent in Scottsdale. The closet also has several drawers for additional storage and a walk-in closet with a full length mirror. The vanity unit even has its own TV in the custom-lit mirror and a Kallista makeup sink.
For a New York city dweller, where closest space is at a premium, a Fifth Avenue apartment has a window-lined closet that’s larger than most Manhattan rooms, which leads to a wraparound terrace.
“Designed by Clive Christian, this closet includes everything from backlit glass cabinets and handbags and display accessories to internal leather-covered drawers,” said Amy Herman, Certified Real Estate Saleswoman at SERHANT. “There are multiple rows of dressing areas and there is also a large built-in center island with additional drawer space for a prince or princess.”
To accommodate a massive clothing collection like a well-organized boutique, a home in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, offers the ultimate luxury experience.
“The open and airy walk-in closet is over 500 square feet with a substantial bespoke storage island designed with ample storage, velvet-lined jewelry drawers and a quartzite top,” said John Messina of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. Hanging towers feature adjustable, polished chrome rods with dual rails to maximize short storage and long hanging space that easily adapts to changing needs. “
Many shelves are suitable for designer handbags or hat displays, while mirrored doors house additional storage space for accessories, he said. Custom lighting and crystal fixture enhance the look and feel, and there is a 120 square foot walk-in closet and vanity / makeup space between the two master bedroom closets.
And then there’s the dedicated shoe closet, which houses the owner’s shoe and boot collection.
“Floor-to-ceiling sections line the walls and feature adjustable angled shelves with foot stops, which can be reconfigured into a myriad of positions to accommodate new finds or rotating displays,” Messina said. “It’s both a practical and beautiful place to sit and put on or take off your shoes.