While looking inside the glamorous celebrity homes gives an insight about their lifestyle, it is more exciting to be able to get a sneak peek inside their closets. Stuffed with clothes, shoes and accessories boasting of the best designer labels, the large walk-in closets reflect celebs’ personal style and offer a close view of their organisation skills too.
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen and husband Tom Brady’s walk-in closet (featured above) in their Los Angeles home has been designed by Joan Behnke. The elegant set up features an antique crystal chandelier, custom-made cabinetry, and marble countertops that support the need of the couples’ stylish dressing.American singer Mariah Carey’s Manhattan home designed by Mario Buatta boasts a luxurious dressing room that is nothing sort of an airy boutique. It is designed to display outfits which are arranged by color and type. It also features an adjoining shoe room that is home to hundreds of her signature stilettos.68 year old grammy-winning legend and flamboyant superstar has an entire closet dedicated to his sunglasses. Elton John’s palatial English estate Woodside in Old Windsor features shelves built into the attic eaves to showcase the singer’s astonishing collection of sunglasses.Legendary British-American actress Elizabeth Taylor’s dressing room in her Beverly Hills home expanded over the years to accommodate her stunning clothes and jewels. To complement the glamorous lady’s style, the closet was also dressed with embroidered silk covers on the walls. Fitted with purple carpet, it also featured sketches of Irene Sharaff costume designs for the 1968 film Doctor Faustus.Ralph Lauren’s closet at his Bedford, New York, home is outfitted with mahogany millwork, giving the room the refined air of an English estate. Featuring dark-green baize walls and a leather-upholstered bench, it holds many pairs of riding boots lined on the top shelves.Comedian Ellen DeGeneres and actress Portia de Rossi keep their respective sneakers and high heels in the elegant closet of their Beverly Hills home. Renovated by decorator Melinda Ritz, it features stained walnut shelving and a vintage sign picked from a flea market.