Dream Closets

Dream Closets From Around the World

By Luxury Portfolio International

A long-time staple for luxury houses, walk-in closets are still as desired as ever – and they continue to improve in functionality and design. Here, we’ve compiled four distinct closets from Mexico, South Africa and more, as well as provided advice on how to replicate these looks in your own home.



Within this prestigious residence in Mosman, Australia, is a deluxe primary suite, offering panoramic views, and direct terrace access. The full bathroom with heated marble floors and a custom dressing room with vanity, makes it the ultimate space to get ready every morning.

Pro Tip: Walk-in closets are an excellent location for vanities, allowing you to seamlessly move from your beauty routine to selecting your outfit for the day.



Remodeled in 2018, this Californian modern farmhouse includes a primary suite with numerous amenities, including a fireplace, wet-bar, spa-like bathroom, private balcony and Rosewood lined closet, styled in minimalist fashion above.

Pro Tip: Less is definitely more. Approach your wardrobe Marie Kondo-style by only holding onto clothes you actually wear, and neatly organize them by category and colour within your closet space. Accessories like jewelry can be kept neatly on countertops or organized in drawers.



This Cape Town, South Africa home features a glamorous master suite with dual dressing rooms that offer abundant space and beauty.

Pro Tip: It’s important to remember the details. The closet accounts for all dressing needs – seating for putting on shoes, counter space to fold clothes and a hamper to discard dirty ones. This helps keep the space functional and easy to maintain.



The primary suite in this 17,000+ sq. ft. Cancùn estate includes a bathroom with an Italian Teuco brand hydro massage spa and oversized closet reminiscent of a high-end boutique. Each section is invitingly organized and highly functional.

Pro Tip: The sky is the limit when it comes to designing your closet. Take inspiration from your favourite clothing stores, Pinterest boards or any other relevant sources to craft the space to your personal preferences.


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