Warning: Shoe envy lies ahead.
When you've dressed the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone and First Lady Michelle Obama (to name a few), there's no doubt you've got your house in order. Or, at a bare minimum, your closet.
Designer Monique Lhuillier has both in check. Her French manor-style home in Bel Air captured our attention more than five years ago, and it's stolen our hearts once again, now that the sprawling master closet has been made over by celebrity closet designer Lisa Adams.
"It was important for me to feel inspired when I walked into my closet," Lhuillier told ELLEDecor.com of why she chose to ditch the formerly white-laminate covered space for something more unified with her other decor. "The rest of my home also features grey tones and textures, so I wanted to stay within that color palette."
Adams, whose work we've also fan-girled over for some time, rose to the challenge, reimagining Lhuillier's dressing room and addressing common closet organizing offenses in the process. Check out the result and Adams' tips for creating an equally luxe closet space in your own home.
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