According to our clutter survey, almost one-third of respondents said shoes are the non-clothes items that take up the most space in their closets. With all these boots, heels, sneakers, flats and more, storage space can be in short supply. We’ve put together some ideas on how to store and neatly display all your favorite footwear.
Cube Storage and Bins
With designated space for each pair, cube storage makes it easy to get your shoes organized. Choose from various cube design styles and sizes, such as a simple 9-cube organizer, a stylish 3-cube storage bench or the rotating Revolution Storage Ottoman that can hold up to 12 pairs of shoes.
A multi-tiered shoe storage option with built-in seating makes choosing and putting on (and taking off) your shoes easy.
Then, protect your favorite pairs by storing them in fabric drawers and bins.
Supplement your existing closet space or entryway with stackable storage. Mix and match these organizers to create a configuration that fits your shoe storage needs.
If you need a lot of shoe storage, design a vertical tower of open shelving, or opt for several upper or lower sections of shoe shelves to showcase your footwear.
Angled Wire Shelving
Even if you have a wire system in your closet, you can create ample storage space for your shoes. Add shelves (regular or angled) near the floor to maximize space. High heels will be happy if you use shelf liner to prevent heels from falling through the open spaces.
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