It’s quick for the whole house to become a giant shoe shop. Step in the house, and there are your running shoes; go through the kitchen, and you’ll see your favourite slippers; go into your bedroom, and there are those heels you wore to dinner last night. If you’re one of those fortunate ones with a walk-in wardrobe, There’s simply not enough space to house the whole selection out of sight.
Instead of doing a Marie Kondor ritual and getting rid of personal items, you can opt for a less painful option: built-in storage that frees up the wardrobe’s valuable space’s floor of the wardrobe.
We have discovered the best shoe storage ideas that appear to be practical and aesthetic.
Custom Made Shoe Rack
Go For A Grid
A fashion blogger found a trendy method to store her shoes (yes, there’s such a thing) by mistake. She bought a two-by-four-foot metal grid panel for the project and laid it against the wall for protection, but instead, she found herself using it as a place to hang her shoes when she stepped through the room. It remained there. She paid just under $20 on the rack. You can invest in a similar shoe rack by getting a customised shoe rack created exclusively for yourself. The best part: because of its sleek geometric style, the setting would look chic.
Hang Tension Rods
Position one rod, substantially lower, in front of the other; this way, you’ll be able to hook the heel of the shoe above the higher one and rest the toe on the lower bar for support. Plus, you can mount the tension rod high enough, and you’ll always have enough room in your closet for another row of shoes underneath.
Use Baskets To Corral Stray Shoes
They’ve had some wear and tear regardless, so why don’t you put your shoes and slippers in a beautiful woven basket that makes it look immediately cleaner? Slip it in the corner, and you’re never going to have to look again for the lost left foot slipper!
Hang Shoes And Boots
If your closet has more footwear than blouses, reap the benefits of your shoe storage rod. Using the S-hooks to secure the strappy sandals and the heels of the rod. Using clip holders to keep pairs of boots together and coordinated. (If you are concerned about the stains of teeth, apply foam between the clip and the boot to cover the leather.)
Add a Ladder
Offer the towel rack or decorated ladder another reason. Hang the shoes of the bars and show off your favourite pairs. This will not only provide space for putting your shoes, but it will also enhance the decor of your home.
If you’ve got an empty wall, why don’t you put it to work? Find some cheap material at the nearest home improvement shop and place it on the wall to create rows of hanging shoes. You can colour them in the same colour as your wall for a minimalist show or in a complementary colour to make your shoe storage stand out.
Try Floating Shelves
Another shoe storage concept for those with wall space and a glut of shoes is floating racks. Plus, if you wish to limit your collection for any reason, you may use versatile surfaces to store or display other items, such as jewellery or books.
Get an over-the-door organiser that’s good looking
Browse the Internet to store your shoes if you dare—you’ll soon discover that simpler is a lot, a lot easier. Forgo the hideous plastic slots that scream metal studios with an industrial vibe—this one houses a big 36 pairs.