Published on June 8, 2016

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Closets are a major source of envy—especially if you live in a big city. The likelihood you’re slumming it with the tiniest closet imaginable, or worse, are left without one at all, is discouragingly high. (Thankfully, we have rules to live by if that describes your current closet situation.) Which is why we decided to roundup all the prettiest, most glamorous closets out there, courtesy of many of your favorite bloggers and celebrities, because one day, we too will have a covetable walk-in closet.

 

@oraclefox

 

Talk about a black and white aesthetic! We’d trade just about anything to walk through Amanda Shadforth’s stunning walk-in.

 

@weworewhat

 

Bloggers really do have the best closets Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What included. Those shoe shelves? Jealous.

 

@shaym

 

Of course—OF COURSE—Shay Mitchell has the most glam closet (and cutest dog!) ever. We’re also not mad about that chandelier…

 

@inspire_me_home_decor

 

We spy a balcony entrance from this chic, black and white walk-in closet.

 

@laclosetdesign

 

Yep, this is Khloé Kardashian’s infamous workout clothing closet. Maybe one day…

 

@andreagravningen

 

We love a good walk-in that displays—and organizes—your clothing in a visually pleasing way.

 

@songofstyle

 

Shoe cabinets and purse stands are what closet dreams are made of. We have an inkling that this is just a fraction of Aimee Song’s walk-in.

 

@laclosetdesign

 

You’re looking at the closet of popular blogger Chriselle Lim. Between the accessory drawers, high-seated bench, breezy curtains, and the Chanel perfume print, it’s hard to decide which element we like the most.

 

@laclosetdesign

 

Which is why we didn’t stop with just one photo. The mirrored sliding door, painted frame, and light fixture all add special touches that break up the otherwise all-white space.

 

@laclosetdesign

 

Placement is everything in this mirrored walk-in closet. The dark shoes and hats contrast nicely against the white shelves and storage.

 

@laclosetdesign

 

Can we move in? Please?

 

@chiaraferragni

 

We are certain this closet is larger than most big city apartments, which makes us love and hate it that much more.

 

@archdigest

 

You are looking at Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s shoe closet This closet is solely for their shoes.

 

@rachparcell

 

Blogger Rachel Parcell of Pink Peonies has the most feminine walk-in closet. And yes, we know what you’re thinking. That is leopard print carpet.

 

@meghanbob

 

The precise placements of every shelf and hanging rod make this walk-in closet stand out.

 

@damselindior

 

When Jacey Duprie, aka Damsel in Dior, remodeled her new home, we could not get enough. One of our favorite features (besides her gorgeous bathrooms, of course) is her stately gray closet.

 

@kourtneykardash

 

While others are opting for bright white spaces, Kourtney Kardashian instead chose all dark wood for her massive walk-in closet. When it works, it works.

 

@seaofshoes

 

Jane Aldridge’s walk-in has windows and wide open spaces, does yours?

 

@stylesoflauren_

 

That’s a corner of shoes if we’ve ever seen one. The sheepskin, bright lighting, and herringbone floors make it even better.

(Love the built-in shelf look but don’t want to invest? We have a guide on how to fake custom shelving.)

 

@thecoveteur

The Coveteur provides a constant flow of closet inspiration, courtesy of the fashion and entertainment industry’s most prominent figures. This Céline-filled closet, located in a Soho walk up, belongs to Megan Gray.

 

@laurenconrad

 

Anyone who has room for an extra rack of the prettiest, frilliest garments on a gold stand, natch, is a queen in our book. Of course, Lauren Conrad furnished her closet in a stunning floral wallpaper.

 

@moniquelhuillier

 

Nbd, we have room to sprawl out in our closets, too. It’s not surprise that designer Monique Lhuillier has a sprawling walk-in closet filled with beautiful treasures.

 

@thecoveteur

 

New goal: Have a shoe closet so extraordinary it requires a chandelier.

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