Shoe Storage Closet
Not all walk-in closets are created equal. If space is an issue, the Shrine Shoe Rack designed by Fernando Robert can display shoes against the wall without taking up valuable floor space. The design allows the curved tabs to gently rest on the toe of the shoe, supporting the weight of the shoe without crushing or damaging it. The stainless steel rack can hold anything from flats to heels and even some boots. Several racks can be integrated to accommodate shoe collections of all sizes.
Shoe Storage Closet
Meet all your storage needs with the Honey-Can-Do 60″ Double Door Storage Closet. It provides extra hanging space throughout the year, and it makes a great choice for seasonal storage as well. The heavy-duty steel frame construction is very sturdy to ensure it holds all of your items securely without damaging your walls. It is also resistant to rusting for extra durability. The high-capacity rod can hold all of your dresses, shirts, pants and jackets effortlessly. Your clothes stay fresh due to the breathable fabric cover on the Honey-Can-Do Storage Closet with Shoe Organizer. It stores your garments and helps protect them from dust, moths and dirt. This storage system also comes with two D-style zippers so you can keep items closed up to prevent odors, moisture and discoloration. The integrated nine-pocket exterior storage is perfect for shoes, slippers, sandals and accessories.
Shoe Storage Closet
This luxurious closet takes design to a whole new level with its decorative millwork, glass doors and built-in vanity. The mirrored closet door and ornamental vanity mirror visually enhance the closet. The shoe closet is neatly tucked behind double doors that open to reveal neat rows of shelves in varying heights to accommodate flats, heels and boots with ease. Design by Clos-ette
Shoe Storage Closet
How do you organize your footwear? You have shoes for work, shoes for play, shoes in the master closet, shoes in the mudroom. That’s why we offer so many different shoe storage ideas and solutions to help keep your shoes protected and well organized. Find some shoe storage ideas and inspiration at The Container Store!
Shoe Storage Closet
I think it's a nice storage closet for the money. It's easy to set up – I did so quickly and efficiently by myself in my kitchen (and I am HORRIBLE at assembling things!). No tools are required. The material for the closet is nice, but if you rush things, I'm sure you probably could tear it by not being careful. I have assembled these in the past, so I had some experience and knew what to expect. This was nicer than I expected and the material isn't as flimsy as I thought it would be. It will work well for what I need it for (which is actually as a cheap linen closet to store bedding and such in it). As a closet, I don't have any qualms about the fact that it would be able to store a moderate amount of clothes. It seems pretty well made and the joints are pretty solid. I wasn't overly rough putting it together, but I wasn't exactly gentle either. Nothing broke and nothing tore, which is more than I can say for previous experiences I've had with other brands of these style closets. You honestly get what you pay for with these things. They're a cheaper but efficient way to store clothes and other items. They look pretty nice, and if you take your time assembling them, they go together rather easily. I would definitely buy more of these again (and may actually do so here soon).
Shoe Storage Closet
Shoe Shapes Description: Provide practical care for your shoes by helping them retain their shape with our Shoe Shapes. Made of an extremely sturdy plastic that is light enough to travel in luggage, they’re value priced, so you can afford to protect your entire shoe collection. View Product close
Originally designed to hold his child’s toys, Etsy shop owner Leonard Parker noticed that it would also work brilliantly for shoe organization. Much like a lazy Susan, this design means no shoe will ever be in the back because with just one turn every shoe gets the opportunity to be front and center.
Shoes are one of designer and vintage boutique owner Elsie Larson’s favorite clothing pieces to collect, and she can’t bear to keep them hidden in a closet. “I love decorating with wearable things,” she says. Elsie revamped pre-made wall shelves by painting them white to proudly exhibit her adored shoe finds. The “happy place” sign sits appropriately perched above her favorite wall in her closet.
Carmel Phillips of Our Fifth House wanted to make the most of the small square footage of her master closet. “The master closet has a small footprint, so utilizing and maximizing the vertical space was key,” says Carmel. Stackable shoe shelves keep valuable floor space available for a dressing area.
Shoe cabinetsFor the love of shoes. In pairs.It’s sad that in a big pile of footwear, pairs of shoes can get split up and lost from each other. You can easily help them stay together with a shoe cabinet, giving every pair a little home. And it makes a great home for other things, too, like your gloves, scarves and socks.TRONESShoe/storage cabinet$39.99 /3 pack
Shoes are an integral part of your wardrobe and should have their own area in your walk-in closet, so don’t intermingle shoes with hanging clothes or handbags. Creating individual places and separating clothes, shoes, jewelry and all the pieces stored in your closet creates a better line of sight and maximizes your closet’s functionality. Design by Clos-ette
Shoe cabinetsFor the love of shoes. In pairs.It’s sad that in a big pile of footwear, pairs of shoes can get split up and lost from each other. You can easily help them stay together with a shoe cabinet, giving every pair a little home. And it makes a great home for other things, too, like your gloves, scarves and socks.
Description: Provide practical care for your shoes by helping them retain their shape with our Shoe Shapes. Made of an extremely sturdy plastic that is light enough to travel in luggage, they’re value priced, so you can afford to protect your entire shoe collection.
Designer Lisa Adams of LA Closet Design suggests maximizing storage space by adjusting the spacing of the shelves. “Most people have their shoe shelves spaced evenly. However, in order to maximize space, they should be adjusted and based on the height of your shoes,” she says.
Sometimes not even a large closet can hold all the shoes in your large collection. “When room for 2,000 shoes just doesn’t cut it, the boots take the runway space, too,” says designer Melanie Fascitelli of Clos-ette. This Park Avenue dressing room displays this shoe aficionado’s collection in an efficient and precise way.
Amanda Hervey of A Lovely Place to Land turned an inexpensive wooden thread rack into a charming approach to display a baby’s first shoe collection. Amanda prepared the thread rack for painting by first spraying it with primer to create a canvas for consistent, all-over color. The thread rack can either be displayed on a tabletop or dresser, or mounted on a wall after removing the legs.
It’s sad that in a big pile of footwear, pairs of shoes can get split up and lost from each other. You can easily help them stay together with a shoe cabinet, giving every pair a little home. And it makes a great home for other things, too, like your gloves, scarves and socks.
I have to admit that I had high hopes for this storage closet, which were dashed fairly quickly. First, the plastic pieces of the supports broke quite easily, so we ended up throwing them away and fashioning replacements from wood scraps we had at home. Then I discovered, too late, that this definitely shouldn't be used in a non-climate-controlled setting. The fabric literally disintegrated in my attic the second summer. All in all, I was very disappointed in this Honey-Can-Do product, though I've had good experiences with other items by Honey-Can-Do.
This closet design, inspired by drawing rooms and libraries found in larger homes in the 16th through early 18th centuries, has floor-to-ceiling cabinetry that provides tremendous storage space while “displaying the shoes as if each one is its own little piece of art,” says designer Saudah Saleem. Bookcases and extension units from IKEA give the look of custom-made cabinetry on an economical budget.
Men’s shoes typically take up more space than women’s, making it important to utilize the allotted space more carefully. Take advantage of all unused space, like the section under this window seat, to create more storage space. The open cabinetry makes the shoes easily visible and within reach, and the rich, dark cabinetry gives the closet a masculine look. Design by Clos-ette
Chair railing is typically used to break up a wall, but it can also act as a practical yet decorative way to display shoes. Take advantage of free space on closet walls by installing chair railing or crown molding to hang heels, and add decorative drawer pulls to the rail to hang flats just as easily. It will keep your most frequently worn shoes visible and easy to access. Paint the chair rail in an accent color to add a splash of color. Design by Janet Lee
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