We all struggle with how to creatively display our shoes in our closet without them taking up too much room. Some of us have huge closets and still those little suckers end up everywhere! Here are some helpful tips to get your shoes where they belong! Stop the sole searching!
I feel like this picture deserved it’s own category! I just LOVE it. All you have to do is take crown molding, paint it a fun color and nail them in rows against a blank wall. Perfect way to display your shoes like art! Courtesy of www.pinterest.com.
If you have the room, drawers are a perfect way to hide your shoes. These can be in the open in your room or hide under your top hanging bar in your closet. The first 2 are from www.homedecoraters.com and the last on is from www.walmart.com.
Shoe cubbies are also great for hiding in your closet under your top bar. What’s great about the first one is that you can add little baskets and store all your flip flops and flats in one bin and have the rest for your heels or purses. The woven baskets in the middle are great to pile your work out shoes, sandals, flip flops and flats. While the next one solves the issue of boots taking up valuable space on your floor. Last you have the classic shoe tree which can tuck into any corner. From left to right they are from www.containerstore.com, www.pinterest.com, www.shopgetorganized.com, & www.containerstore.com.
My favorite way to organize shoes is in bins. You can pile all the same type of shoe into one and you know where they are and will look through it to get the pair you want. The first 2 are great for flip flops, sandals, flats and athletic shoes. The last 2 are great if you have shelves and want to protect those precious shoes that you break out for a night out on the town. These are all from www.containerstore.com.
And when all else fails and you have no more room, use the first on for your flip flops and sandals, the second one is for under bed storage and the end all be all over the door rack. The first 2 are from www.containerstore.com and the last one is from www.shopgetorganized.com.
To a fabulous closet,