Here is a look at some master closets from Houzz.com. An amazing walk-in master closet is a dream for mostly everyone. Women want to proudly display their fancy shoe collection, while men want to show off their suits and high-top sneakers (well I do at least). From traditional to modern, from light wood cabinets to dark wood cabinets, from shoe displays to accessory islands…..there is something for everyone!

  • marc22

    Number 5 has mirrors, 2 sinks, good lighting, plenty of counter and shelf space, upper storage space for luggage/boxes and is attractive. Having a window like number 14 is a nice idea to relieve the claustrophobia

    No. 1 looks like a fancy interrogation cell while others like 8, 9 and 10 look like small stores and do some people really have way too many shoes?




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  • Chris

    I like 4 and 14. None of the others. I’m surprised Champ d’Or’s 2 story million dollar closet isn’t shown above.




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    • Jeff P.

      I agree re: Champ D’Or. I read the title of this post and expected to be shouting “closet-gasm!”, but none of my all time favs are even here.

      Love a good master closet though. I agree with Daniel – love the ultra-trad masculine looking ones best.




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  • Daniel

    5 is my favorite. 7 looks like a kitchen. Can’t understand why you’d put a window in a master closet like in photo 16. I prefer the dark wood closets, such as this:

    http://williamhablinski.com/uploads/b_67_9%20Brener_Master_Closet_CROP.jpg

    My absolute dream closet would look similar to this though (photos 2 & 3):

    despont.com/?p=21




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    • Jeff P.

      Wow, that is a nice one in your link. 🙂




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  • Lonnie

    5 is simply amazing….I like the idea that you can hide items behind the curtain at the top.




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  • Tony

    Mariah Carey hands down has the finest closet I have ever seen. Unless there is some billionairess or billionaire’s wife out their who is discreet and has never revealed their closet to the public but other than that i’d have to hands down say that Mariah Carey has the best closet at least among celebs who have revealed their closets on tv or in magazines.

    Here’s some pics of Mariah’s closet:

    http://www.instyle.com/instyle/package/general/photos/0,,20302958_20180970_20415818,00.html

    http://www.decorpad.com/photo.htm?photoId=7555

    Here is video of Mariahs closet, they show a quick tour of her house first then the closet:

    http://abcnews.go.com/2020/video/inside-mariah-careys-closet-14764411

    Kimora Lee Simmons closet is nice too:

    http://www.glamour.com/fashion/blogs/slaves-to-fashion/2011/01/warning-the-contents-of-kimora.html




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  • Tony

    Oh and Lisa Vanderpump’s closets are always amazing. The closet in her new home is amazing but I don’t have a link that focuses on just the closet of her new home. But here is her old closet from her Beverly Park home:

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/video/video-style-closet-lisa-vanderpump-83075




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    • Barney

      Oh, HER closet is CRAP and it’s made out of cardboard I don’t know HOW ANYONE with half a brain doesn’t see these incredibly OVERDONE, whore-houses masquerading as beautiful homes & closets as anything but just that. These faux-EVERYthing hoochie mama traditional, ridiculously exaggerated, english, french & mediterranean piles of shit closets and “homes” are repulsive and they’re ALL made out of CARDBOARD AND DRYWALL.




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      • Tony

        Barney you are obviously still a virgin if you have nothing better to do than make stupid replies to my comments. I do not attack anyone on here unless I am attacked first. I just make comments on my opinion about these homes. Some of these homes are cheap, but giving my opinion on how an inanimate object looks cheap is not the same as attacking an actual individual. And saying I can’t understand how anyone could think that a cheap home like this or that is actually good quality is a general statement and not the same as actually attacking a particular person. Also any house that I say is made of drywall is made of drywall. About 99 percent of homes are made of drywall. Drywall is cardboard and it is cheap and that is a fact. By the way Lisa Vanderpump’s closets are made of wood, not drywall. Now the walls of her home are drywall but I’ll give her a pass since her home sold for only $19 million and because of the overall quality excluding the drywall. But the houses I really have a problem with are the $30 million plus homes and especially the $50 million plus homes that are made of drywall. Lisa’s home is worth at least $10 million just for the Beverly Park lot alone so that justifies the price regardless of how cheap the construction of the home is. But a home shouldn’t be $30 million plus or $50 million plus if it is made of drywall. Drywall is made of cardboard. Anyone knows that. Back in the day houses were not made cheap like that. They were made of good quality. If you were a Vanderbilt or a Rockefeller back in the day and you were building a house and the builder approached you and said we have this new invention called “drywall” and would you like to build your house out of this material – you would definitely had said no. Houses like Marble House for example were built out of quality materials like solid marble. The great estates and mansions of the day were built with superb materials like The Biltmore and Mar-a-lago and The Breakers and etc. Look at the old homes in Palm Beach and Rhode Island. They were made of superior quality. Eventually builders started using cheap materials like drywall to cut cost and make money. It was all about money and not about actually building a quality home. But regardless of the times we are living in if a home costs over $30 million it should be made of good quality materials and not cheap drywall. If you don’t know that drywall is cheap cardboard garbage then you need to educate yourself. If you don’t know the difference in quality in these current batch of mega mansions and the mansions of old then google The Breakers. Google Marble House. Google The Biltmore. Google Mar-A-Lago. The walls in those homes are not drywall. These homes are solid wood or solid stone or solid marble. Please educate yourself before you speak. Also I know that due to cost restraints because these builders overcharge and therefore make it impossible for most people that aren’t billionaires to build homes on par with The Breakers or Marble home it probably isn’t possible for most mere millionaires to make a home of solid stone or whatever, but they can at least put a veneer of stone or marble on the wall or at least add wood paneling or custom carved molding over the dry wall to at least give the appearance of quality which is how homes like Fleur Dy Lys and Le Belvedere were built. I mean at least put in a little effort into building a home that costs over $50 million.




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  • C

    The best closet is Steve Hermann’s Glass Pavilion or the closet in Megan Elifson’s house.




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    • Tony

      Are you referring to the Glass Pavilion in the Montecito area? I was just coincidentally looking at photos of that house just now but I don’t see any photos of the closet. Can you post links to photos of the closet for the Glass Pavilion?




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      • Tony

        Also do you mean Megan Ellison, heir to the Oracle fortune, or do you mean Megan Elifson? If you are referring to Megan Ellison then I don’t see any photos of her closet either. I see photos of a contemporary home of hers but it doesn’t show any closet photos in the listing photos. If you have a link to pics of Megan Ellison’s closet then please post those as well.




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  • NOVA Ben

    #1 is creepy as hell. Numbers 5 & 14 are drool-worthy (from an admittedly masculine point of view). The rest? ehh…not so much.




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    • Last Man Standing

      I have to go with you NOVA Ben on the creepiness factor. At least one of those mirror doors leads to the netherworld.
      #14 is the only one worth being in. I can imagine sitting on the cushion seat putting on dress shoes thinking “How did she talk me into going? I was going to watch the game.”




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