Please let me know what time the revolution begins...
[quote]What was once a humble storage space is becoming a trophy accessory, growing in size to rival living rooms and equipped with breakfast areas, sound systems and chandeliers.
[quote]When [...] Maize renovated her 6,110-square-foot Beverly Hills, Calif., home, it wasn't a new kitchen or home theater at the top of her list of must-haves—it was a closet.
[quote]'We don't call them closets anymore,' says contractor Gary Drake, who says the preferred term for such spaces is now 'dressing room.'
[quote]These days, the cost of the closet can rival or surpass that of the kitchen. WSJ's Mansion team has a sneak peek into some of these trophy closets. She hired a designer to create a 400-square-foot master closet with a flat-screen television, a refrigerator for Champagne, white cabinetry with silver-leaf etchings and a large crystal chandelier. Total cost: $100,000. "I wanted to feel like I was walking into a very luxurious Beverly Hills boutique," says the real-estate agent, who adds that the space, designed by Lisa Adams of L.A. Closet Design, was partly inspired by the Chanel store. "The first thing I do when I go home is go upstairs and be in that space."
[quote]Once a secondary space designed primarily for storage, the humble closet is taking center stage. The latest in high-end master closets go well beyond the typical walk-in and are created to look more like plush lounges or designer stores. Clothing and handbags in glass display cases are lighted like sculptures; custom-designed couches are arranged near Baccarat crystal bars or dedicated breakfast areas.
[quote]The $100,000 Closet
Is that where Tom Cruise lives?
I just got a bid on a simple closet with maple shelving- $15,000.00
If you have a wet bar in your closet, you're an alcoholic.
OP, why do you care how other people spend their money? It's not yours, you know.
OP, why do you hate America?
[quote]"I really wanted a place that felt special and was a personal retreat," says Ms. Seldorff, a client of Ms. Adams. "When I get dressed everyday it makes it feel like a special event."
Stuff like this fueled the French Revolution.
Diary of a Hollywood "A-Lister", Chapter 1
[quote]Ms. Charlton of Clos-ette says a new feature she's including in recent designs is a "virtual styling tool" consisting of computer screens and iPads set up in the closet so people can work remotely with a stylist who has a visual inventory of their clothes to scroll through.
Jennifer Saunders needs to do another Abfab if only to include a scene of Edina doing exactly this. This just has "Edina Monsoon" written all over it.
We've been calling them dressing rooms for years darling.
And the wealthy industrialist from Mississippi is more than likely a Tea Party Member that is PISSED because his income taxes went up!
First against the wall.
I know shit like this is suppose to make me want one myself, but these people with their closets bigger than my living room and three story closets sound like boarders with money to me
I'm buying a lottery ticket so that I can live like this woman. It can happen in America, the land where everyone has equal opportunity to become wealthy.