Cleanin’ Out My Closet

Here are five handsome wardrobe systems for your dream closet

Product Spec Sheet
Specsheet: Your Dream Closet: 5 Handsome Wardrobe Systems. Boffi's Antibes modular closet system is pictured here. (Courtesy Boffi)

An immaculate distillation of the wardrobe zeitgeist: walk-in closets swathed in velvety leather and outfitted with smooth wooden storage systems. Here are five of AN’s dreamiest high-end closets.

(Courtesy Poliform)

Skin
Poliform

Smooth operator! This wardrobe features a soft opening system aided by coplanar doors. The name of the collection refers to the soft, velvety finish of the leather doors, backdrops, and other surfaces throughout enveloped in matte lacquered aluminum. It is offered with either hinged or sliding doors and in comes in various finishes and material compositions.

(Courtesy Boffi)

(Courtesy Boffi)

Antibes
Boffi

Accentuated by the tactility of wood, the transparency of glass, and the cool touch of metal, the Antibes collection gussies up any space with a wide variety of materials and compositions. Better yet, every storage element, from smallest to largest, creates an elegant option from the most delicate accessories to bulky or awkward items.

(Courtesy Molteni&C)

(Courtesy Molteni&C)

Gliss Master
Molteni&C

Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen designed this open walk-in closet with open sectionals complemented by glass-doored hanging and shelved storage lit by a LED lighting system. It packs in internal accessories, such as a pull-out shirt rack, drawers and trays, a tie rack, and a jewelry case.

(Courtesy Riva 1920)

(Courtesy Riva 1920)

Trust Walk-In-Closet
C.R. & S Riva 1920

Made from plywood and hardwood finished in base of oil with pine extracts, the walk-in closet features clothes racks, shelves, chests of drawers, shoe racks, and various dividers. There’s an added aromatic bonus: it smells like cedar, leaving the room perfumed so fresh ‘n so clean.

(Courtesy Porro)

(Courtesy Porro)

Dressing room
Porro

Italian architect Piero Lissoni designed this clothing storage system in a horseshoe-shaped layout to show off one’s best wearable possessions. The entire modular system is brilliantly lit by wall-wash lighting. To create both open and closed spaces, it is available in three different variations: units closed with doors, open-faced, and walk-in closet.

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