Closet Space: Our Favorite Dressing Rooms
This boutique-inspired master closet for her, designed by Courtney Giles, is cleverly concealed behind mirrored doors and lacquered cabinetry by Karpaty Cabinetry and Griffith Construction. Draperies and trim by Fret Fabrics add a comfortable touch, framing a tall window that keeps the small space iluminated.
This custom walk-in closet is one of Lee Kleinhelter’s favorite rooms in her Brookwood Hills abode, and it’s not difficult to see why: custom black cabinets and brass T-bar hardware add polished appeal, while the ceiling is equally as showstopping thanks to art deco GP&J Baker wallpaper.
Outfitted with mirrored panels, an Alexandra quatrefoil chair of her own design and a calming color palette, Suzanne Kasler’s private dressing room exudes glamour, relaxation and rejuvenation. Kasler designed the space with the help of residential designer William T. Baker with the intention of creating a source of elegance and escape.
To increase closet space in a circa-1920s house, Mary Prillaman and Susan Ferrier transformed a former sleeping porch into an organized space for Prillman’s color-coordinated wardrobe, shoes, collection of hat stands and other accessories. The result: a dressing room that’s as comfortable as it is functional. “I think of clothing as a backdrop for shoes and jewelry,” notes Prillaman.
The master bedroom closets are one of many handcrafted elements throughout this classic Atlanta estate renovated by architect Keith Summerour and interior designer Liza Bryan.
Mike Hammersmith and Shawn Broaddus transformed this once-dated Sandy Springs manse into a stylish headquarters for a vibrant young couple. Far from stuffy, the reinvented, luxurious home left no detail unattended, including the master closet, which houses tranquil artwork and glittery glass cases that house accessories.