3 Manhattan Homes with Impressive Walk-In Closets

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Closets are getting bespoke treatment, as the Wall Street Journal reports in its recent story, “Champagne Bars, Tanning Booths and Revolving Shoe Racks: The $1 Million Closet Has Arrived.” From custom displays for Chanel roller skates to offices built into closets, anything is possible. Daniel Seigle, Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing’s Chief Architecture and Design Officer noted in the story that condo developers are leaving more space for closets and are working with closet design companies to build out (and even model) closets for prospective buyers. Here, we round up some of our favorite current custom closet listings:

At 393 West End Avenue, large closets were purposefully planned and are currently in build out. Residence 10C features a wet bar in a closet enclave, a closet-turned-home office; and a walk-in closet currently in design with Ornare.


Closet designer Sandra Swieder, also featured in the Wall Street Journal, has worked with Minrav Development on multiple projects, including VU, where she helped buyers install allergy-friendly materials in closets, among other design elements. 

At the Treadwell, Ornare closet design showcases the potential of the primary suite walk-in closets in two model units decorated by Billy Cotton. Ornare’s palette felt authentic to both the unit’s interior design by architect INC, and the furniture by Cotton.  The millwork takes advantage of the unit’s high ceiling heights and showcases maximized functionality of the closet footprint. 
Read more about what’s new in closet design in the Wall Street Journal.

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