Your Closet Is NOT Too Small For Your Shoes… You’re Just Storing...

Your Closet Is NOT Too Small For Your Shoes… You’re Just Storing Them Wrong

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lighterside-staff-authorBy Lighter Side Staff  |  Read More

I don’t own a lot of shoes personally, but if there’s one thing I learned watching my sisters, it’s that girls can never have enough shoes. Because let’s face it ladies, when it’s time to wear that leopard print dress, those tennis shoes just won’t work!

When fashion is your thing, variety is key! The only problem is that variety often means more shoes than your closet floor (and perhaps bedroom floor and hallway) can accommodate. If this sounds familiar, don’t worry. You can keep all of your fancy footwear. You just need better ways of storing them. Which is why I think you’ll love the clever storage methods below.

1. The “Heel Ladder” method is great if you prefer a large selection of leg enhancing pumps.

Via Arianna Belle

2. A cool idea is to turn crates into wall shelving for various shoe groupings.

Via Pinterest

3. Make your sandal storage more fashionable with some hanger modification.

Via listotic.com

4. Now there’s an interesting use for a towel rack.

Via Lifehacker

5. Take your shoe storage to the next level (or several levels), lazy suzan style!

Via plowhearth.com

6. If you like simple and user friendly, here’s an old school shoe cabinet.

Via Live Simply by Annie

7. Here’s a simple storage solution for the entry way.

Via Style by Emily Henderson

8. You can cover shoe rack bars with colorful fabric to add to the aesthetic appeal.

Via Lucky by Design

9. Now here’s a pyramid scheme you can appreciate.

Via A Pair and a Spare DIY

10. Who can forget about the matching handbags?

Via containerstore.com

11. Shoe box storage is even better with photo identification on the front.

Via elmueble.com

12. If you do boot hangers, protect the leather with soft clasps.

Via Browne Eyed Belle

13. Here’s taking shoe hangers to the max. Why not mix it up with some shelving as well?

Via Hey Wanderer

14. If you want to be a little more discreet, try out a shoe trunk.

Via Overstock

15. Have a bunch of flat and sports shoes to handle? Get tubular with them.

Via Decorating Your Small Space

16. Nothing combines simplicity with style like a well managed bookcase of shoes.

Via The Glitter Guide

17. Finally, there’s the closet door shoe organizer.

Just make sure the bottom is secure so you don’t get smacked by shoes when you frantically open the closets in a rush to get dressed.

Via BHG