BRAD GORESKI
 
 

The Fashion Police host makes over his closet with the help of Lisa Adams of LA Closet Design

 
Architectural Digest, Photography by Tessa Neustadt

Architectural Digest, Photography by Tessa Neustadt

 

Building on the closet’s existing shelving, we first set about reorganizing its components, putting jackets and shirts at eye level and dropping pants to a low, neat row. LA Closet–designed pullout shelves in walnut with black suede inserts further customized the sleek system. And, to get those shoes off the floor, we installed floating shelves that put Goreski’s fabulous footwear on display.

 
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I was just coming in here—I knew where everything was—and just grabbing stuff!
— Goreski
 
 
Adams immediately saw the large dressing room’s potential.
— architectural digest
 
In Goreski’s elegant new space, an understated neutral palette allows thoughtful design details, such as Lamps Plus’s 15-light glass ball pendant, to take center stage.

In Goreski’s elegant new space, an understated neutral palette allows thoughtful design details, such as Lamps Plus’s 15-light glass ball pendant, to take center stage.

 

Multiple mirrored walls let the star ensure his look is camera-ready while also amplifying the light that streams in through the room’s windows during the day. The final touches—a vintage black leather bench with chrome legs set atop West Elm's soft hand-loomed Shine rug—underline the space as the perfect pre-party hangout. Notes Goreski, “I didn’t realize what a mess my closet was before until I had it redone, and then I was like, ‘Oh, I’ve been living in a shambles!”

 
 

Videography by Jenner Brown/Lumineux.

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