Let's be honest - even if you can find a convenient way to store your existing shoes, this does not mean that you will stop buying new ones, so the constant search for storage solutions is inevitable. We have found 20 fresh ideas for you
Shoe storage is an inexhaustible topic. We are used to using special cabinets and shelves for this, but it's worth going beyond. Decide how you want to store your shoes? Out of sight or out of sight? Chaotic or organized? In the hallway or bedroom?
The problems are lack of space and street dust. Why not build a cute boot shelter in your dacha? And in a city apartment there is a place for a tray with river pebbles, and all the dirt will remain in one place.
The space under the bed often only collects garbage, but if there is enough space, this is where you can arrange for storing shoes. For convenience, arrange a shelf on wheels. Or use a large tray for the same purpose.
Sometimes shoes can become an element of interior decor. An antique wardrobe or a glass case for the pearls of the collection will become a worthy guardian of your treasures. Another option is a composition of the brightest samples on the wall. Ideal for high-heeled shoes. One tip: keep your shoes in top condition.
If you treat shoes as exhibits of a museum, you cannot do without cataloging. Life hack: the hours spent printing out a photo of each pair and attaching it to the box will be compensated for by the time you save going out.
On the pipe
Sometimes you want to create something unexpected for your favorites. These two options for using pipes - metal or PVC - will make your home look like a modern art museum. Required: saw, pipes, dexterity.
Stepladder - for showing shoes. The shelves inside the steps are there to be sure: in the dark, you won't stumble over your forgotten boots on the aisle.
An interesting use for completely different purposes intended containers - bright buckets are ideal for storing compact shoes, such as flip-flops. Now you can start a new pair of each color.
Regular baskets are a versatile way to keep things organized. They hide what you don't need to see, a minute will be enough to hide the excess, and they look environmentally friendly and pretty. Minus - the shoes will lie in a bunch, neat people will not like it.
And pedants will appreciate such a decision. Use open shelves or glazed bookcases - beautifully, neatly, laid out, as they say, on the shelves.
An unexpected idea: a rotating drum shelf. You can spin it and choose shoes at random, you can turn a wheel into an object of art by arranging the shoes according to the colors of the rainbow. Or you can build a shelf in the dressing room according to an individual project.