Closet Crush: Meredith Musselman's 60 Foot Sensation...

Meredith Musselman is no stranger to incredible style. Her mother was Shelly Musselman, co-owner of Dallas's remarkable boutique Forty Five Ten. After Shelly's passing, Meredith inherited what might seem like a museum of designer pieces from lines like Rick Owens, McQueen, Narciso Rodriguez, Derek Lam, Martin Margiela, KaufmanFranco, Alberta Ferretti, Stella McCartney, Roland Mouret, The Row and others. In an effort to preserve them as well as pay tribute to her mother's unbelievable collection, she worked with interior designer Gonzalo Bueno to design an expansive custom closet that feels as much boutique as it does private dressing area.

I suspect her mom would be incredibly pleased with what she's done with her treasured private reserve of designer goods and I'm sure miss Musselman is thrilled with the glamorous results. Larch wood, leather pulls and bronze glass are just a few of the special touches they added to the space. They also wisely added motion sensors to illuminate only the space occupied, thus eliminating unnecessary lighting when you're just rushing in to grab a bracelet or your shoes. Lovely details that make all the difference. 

Should you find yourself in my city, don't miss the opportunity to visit Forty Five Ten. Located in the Knox-Henderson district you'll find treasures for the home, for your beau and definitely for yourself.

{Insider tip: the chicest lunch in the city can be had at the boutique's eatery, the T Room. I recommend you order the pecan encrusted chicken salad and enjoy the company of one or two of your best girlfriends for an afternoon of shopping & nibbling.} 

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