Out of all households, shoes can be most problematic to clean up. It may seem that they either end up stroking across floor or messy together at bottom of a wardrobe, collecting dust and getting knocked. But there is a number of beautiful shoe cubby storage solutions that will help you keep your home tidy and free up some extra space in your cabinets. Storing your shoes under bed is a convenient way to get them out of sight. You can buy all kinds of under-bed storage containers, but using wicker production baskets and patterned boxes instead of plain plastic will add an elegant touch to your storage solution. You can buy these from great home ware stores, but remember to measure height and depth of your bed before you buy them.
Try to convert old furniture into shoe storage. You can find lots of vintage and used furniture online or in a local flea market. Alternatively, decorative magazine house houses recommend sourcing old shop fittings. Or factory furniture that has cubby holes perfect for storing shoes. Instead of placing shoes out of sight, you can arrange furniture at your doorstep or in your bedroom where you want easy access to your shoes when you need them most. If you have a pair of shoes you are proud of and cannot imagine, hide them away, try to make a function of them instead and arrange them in a special display.
You can use a glass of cloche or a display cabinet to show one or more pairs of shoes. And protect them from dust at same time. This storage method is perfect for shoes that bring memories of special events like weddings and proms. Hanging your shoes turns them into a quirky feature. And gives you quick and easy access to them when you’re in a hurry. You can buy wall racks that are specially designed for this purpose. Or take advantage of your home’s architecture. Mantle pieces, skirts and window shades can all work as finished shoe storage, especially for heels.
Simply hang your heel over top of shoulder with top of shoe facing outwards and let it rest. If space allows, consider installing a laminated wall storage device. Use closet organizers to assemble units for several family members to have their own wardrobes. With shoe on bottom, coats and backpacks in center and curve up top for extra items. Place units next to each other, tie them to each other and wall to create an entire storage system. Explore creates organizer options on a local retailer.