Woodlands woman calls her 3-story closet a ‘female man-cave’


by Rekha Muddaraj / KHOU 11 News


Posted on July 16, 2014 at 11:41 PM

THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- It’s a closet many women dream of having, but Woodlands resident Theresa Roemer made her dream a reality.

With the help of her friend, designer Thom Anderson from Houston, Roemer created a three-story, 3,000sq foot boutique-like space to house her vast collection of designer labels.

It was such an achievement, it was recently featured on the Neiman Marcus Blog.

The closet houses Roemer’s vast collection of Christian Louboutin shoes.

“Yes, it’s full of amazing things,” says Roemer, “but this closes was built and intended for fundraising.”

Roemer has only been in her new home a few weeks, but she’s already hosted a fundraiser in her closet that’s netted tens of thousands of dollars.

And recently a party in Roemer’s closet was a featured auction item at a fundraiser for the American Heart Association.

For years, Roemer has raised millions for places like Texas Children’s Hospital and Child Legacy International.

She says her new closet will continue to get the women she hosts, to open their hearts and checkbooks for the causes she supports.

The champagne bar on the second floor helps too.

“It’s my she-cave,” says Roemer. “I figure I could have a champagne bar in the middle of my closet.”

MOBILE USERS: Click here to view a photo slideshow of the 3-story closet.