We discuss so many shoes here, but we rarely discuss what we do with those shoes when we are done wearing them. What do you do with your shoes? Are you lucky enough to have a closet dedicated to them (enter Carrie Bradshaw)? Or do you throw them under the bed?
Maybe you have endless amounts of containers, tubs and boxes with mish-moshed pairs (I plead guilty). It seems that no matter where I live, no closet can keep up with my over abundant shoe collection. Do you find yourself with a similar problem?
I figure most gals do, therefore, I decided to investigate and find some alternative options to tossing your pretty shoesies aside day after day. Take a peak!
If you are lucky enough to dwell in a larger space than the typical 500 square foot studio, these West Elm Shoe Bins might work perfectly for you. Each are clear and stackable. Allowing you to create endless mountains of shoe heaven.
When it’s time for you to choose a pair, it’s incredibly simple to just give them a little peak and slide the pair right out of the bin. These are great not only for organization, but also for protecting your most impressive collection of Choos and Manolos.
If you are the type of person to adore shoes, but be a little more eccentric about your addiction, the Rakku Shoe Wheel is ideal for you. Store up to 30 pairs in a unique, fun and space savvy way. The Rakku Shoe Wheel can fit anything from sneakers to stilettos. Each pocket in the wheel contains elastic bands to protect and hold pairs securely. Not to mention, it also makes for a very fun addition to your home; a sure fire conversation topic.
However, if you want something a little bit more discrete, all the while saving some space, than perhaps you should try the Single Drawer Shoe Cabinet from The Container Store. This mountable cabinet makes it easier than ever to keep track of shoes. Mount more than one if you really have an extensive collection or perhaps mount only one for your most popular and most worn pairs. These cabinets also contain a rod inside to keep each shoe in place and prevent them from rolling all over the place. We might not have the space in a closet or under a bed, but we always have more than enough wall space, which makes these cabinets a favorite choice.
There are endless options available for you to begin organizing your shoes. It’s just a matter of you taking the time to find these options. We highly recommend you begin this organization as soon as possible. This way you will have completed your very first task once spring cleaning rolls around!