The memory of icky midcentury shag and synthetic cut pile has left many skeptical of broadloom carpet. But advances in technology are changing some minds.

This year, the townhouse is full of a seriously good array of imaginative designs, with no limits to themes or specific client requests. One of our favorites: a bedroom designed by Hilary Matt.

Reveling in the freedom of not having to design to a client’s whims, Matt took the opportunity to blur the lines—or at least use them in myriad forms.

Maximizing an oddly segmented fourth-floor bedroom, Matt curates the ultimate dream twentysomething’s bedroom with an Ultrafragola-style mirror, geometric Art and Loom rug, and a retro upholstered bed that’s surrounded by an explosion of Bradley Sabin blooms.

The Something Navy creator’s Flatiron home marries traditional and modern aesthetics.

Designer Hilary Matt’s favorite sheets are the Saville sheets from Hill House Home. “I love the crisp and clean hotel look they have when your bed is made up,” she says.

Something Navy blogger and designer Arielle Charnas is known for her perfectly curated feed of fashion inspiration. So it’s no surprise that her 2,900 square-foot New York City apartment’s design is just as enviable as all the clothes in her closet.

“In Her Closet” is a weekly feature on the women who inspire us in their careers, confidence, and of course, style. Each week a different influential woman will be featured, so tune in on Mondays for a peek inside their closet.