Monday, October 16, 2017

My Dream Closet Space

Living in NYC, one thing there isn't much of is closet space. When Sean and I moved into our Upper West Side apartment in May, I was sold by the fact that it had three sizable (by New York standards) closets! In our Brooklyn pad, I had to make due without one entirely, using a wardrobe and freestanding clothing rack. It was a tall order because, as you can imagine, I have a lot of clothes. This weekend, I went to visit friends in Connecticut, one of whom just bought a new house. I got the grand tour, which included her bedroom closet. It is, I kid you not, larger than my bedroom. Seriously, the closet envy is real. When I came across Arhaus and it encouraged me to create my dream closet, my head started dancing with visions.

The first thing my bedroom-sized closet would need is a big plush rug. Because bare feet in the morning need a soft, high pile. Then, lots of lighting and a giant mirror (hello selfies!). Arhaus has an array of chic pendants, table lamps and floor lamps, from sparkly chandeliers to pared-down industrial styles. And of course, a stylish vanity and cute seating for tying those ever-tricky ghillie sandals. Last, a tall etagere—or several, depending on how big we're talking here—for displaying bags, shoes and jewelry. What does your dream closet look like?
Dream closet


  1. That chair is a dream! It looks so comfy but not only that, it has a so original shape.
    It is your drean closet space but also mine.
    A lot of kisses,

  2. Ohh Your closet sounds like a dream to me. Have you seen Lisa Vanderpump closet? Amazing! Turning a room into a dressing room is easy if you have a spare bedroom, and that would make a lovely space for clothes and yourself. Lovely post and ideas. xoxo Cris

  3. I love that teal chair! What a unique shape! It looks comfy too.


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