25 Ways Celebrity Closets Are Different From Yours Chandeliers, multiple Birkin bags, tiny white dogs on really huge ottomans, extremely organized shoes — these are the privileges of famous people. You probably can't have their closets but maybe they'll inspire you with decorating ideas for your, like, living room.
They have chandeliers.
And chandelier wallpaper.
And Zebra accent carpet.
Or, for the arguably less tacky: white shag carpet.
Celebrity closets have full walls of shoes from companies they started.
A three-level table just for purses isn't out of place in a celeb's closet.
On the subject of accessories, this is how many gold shoes celebrities have.
And black studded shoes.
Celeb closets are so big they need ladders to access all of them.
Large square ottomans fit inside these closets, no problem.
As do round pink velvet ottomans.
Ashley Tisdale apparently doesn't mind that this totally clashes with her cowboy boots.
Louis Vuitton luggage serves as a side table.
Kimora Lee Simmons evidently isn't concerned about her leopard carpet clashing with everything.
Bouquets of fresh roses accent mirrored dressers.
Paris Hilton's clothes. But maybe you could tell it was her stuff by all the bright coral and turquoise.
Some celeb closets look like big hunting lodges.
Those denim jackets belong to Ralph Lauren.
Celeb closets are impeccably organized, with jeans ordered by color.
Eva Longoria's fluffy white dog also appears to have its own stool.
Famous people get to have sunglass racks, like you might find in a TJ Maxx.
Or entire sunglass ROOMS.
Walls full of hats.
Jessica Alba, despite not being a hipster in the slightest, probably has more hats than at least two combined.
And some celebs just have walls full of sneakers.
Ellen De Generes miraculously has a shelf not filled with stuff.
Multiple Hermès Birkin bags are not an unusual sighting.
Some celebs put kitchens in their closets.
Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia can heat up a Hot Pocket while he ties his shoes — an important convenience surely.
Celeb closets have artwork on the walls, like sketches of the dresses they've wore to the Oscars.
Fireplaces appear in celeb closets.
J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons also has artwork above hers.
Celebs select out outfits in the presence of nude paintings.
Designer Nanette Lepore also has the "tiny white dog in the closet" affliction that's befallen many celebrities, as we've seen.
Shoes don't get strewn carelessly across they floor.
Each pair of Keri Russell's have their own individual cubbies.
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