The fact is that shoes take up a lot of space in some valuable storage areas such as closets, floor, and entrance space. We have athletic shoes, around the house shoes, work shoes, dress shoes, and the list goes on. With so many shoes, how can we maximize our storage space?
By utilizing shoe storage products to maximize the potential of your existing space you can storage your shoes and still have plenty of room to store the rest of your necessities.
For people who own 10 pairs of shoes or less a shoe storage product in the closet can be the ideal solution. However, placing footwear in the closet is not enough. It is much too easy for them to become a disorganized mess.
For people who wish to keep shoes as individual pairs a clear plastic box is the ideal shoe storage solution. These boxes help to repel dust and are perfect for seasonal or rarely worn shoes. While these boxes can be stacked high and offer a view of all your shoes at once they are not the recommended solution for people who have a greater number of shoes as cost and crowding can become an issue.
If you can afford a professionally installed closet organizer a cubby system is an efficient and effective way to store numerous pairs. Maximize the space between the closet floor and the clothes by making as many slots as possible while still ensuring that shoes of all sizes and shapes will fit in the cubbyholes.
To store your footwear successfully you must maximize every possible space including your closet door. There are several styles of over the door shoes storage organizers that secure to a standard closet door. This kind of organizer allows you to store many pairs without infringing on any floor or closet space.
If you have the space a tiered shelf can be a convenient answer to your shoe storage problems. Tiered shelf storage units hold between 12 and 32 pairs of shoes and usually made of durable metal materials.