How often do you shop for shoes? With fall fashion season well underway, it’s definitely time for a new pair or two. But, unless you follow the one in, one out rule, you could soon find your home with shoes scattered everywhere — in bedrooms, kitchens, doorways etc. Are you lacking space for your precious boots and stilettos? No problem. If you take a look at the tips below, your shoes will be kept neatly in place, and you won’t even have to buy extra shelves.
1. Tension rods
Thin, adjustable tension rods are perfect for organizing high heels, and if you install two rods parallel to one another, you can store flat shoes too!
2. External boot rack
Keep big waterproof boots outside, that way you’ll save a lot of space.
3. Hallway wall
If your hallway is too narrow to put your shoes on the floor, use wall racks instead. Colorful sneakers will make it look just like a shop display.
A slanted ladder is a perfect place to keep your shoes! You can also make one out of pinewood.
5. Wooden apple crate
Fancy some vintage-style shoe shelves? Simply pile up some apple crates and you’re done. Though you might want to nail them to the wall if you’re using a lot.
6. Coat hooks
Installing coat hooks near the floor opens up a whole new range of possibilities for shoe storage.
7. Magazine racks
Modern, creative and simple. Metal magazine racks are not only useful for organizing newspapers, but also when it comes finding somewhere to put your shoes.
If you’re looking for cheap and easy solution, taping cardboard into triangles and forming a stack will leave you with some handy storage, without too much effort.
9. Clothes hangers
Cut some wire clothes hangers with wire cutters and bend them in the way shown below. Your thongs are now secured for next summer!
10. PVC Pipe
Cut PVC piping into small lengths and stack them up in the corner to create a simple and stylish storage unit.
Old pallets have a range of uses! Neat shoe storage is definitely one of them.
Staircase drawers offer plenty of space for shoes.