20 Creative Ideas for Organizing Shoes
As happens often with a lot of household items, organizing shoes can be very difficult. Especially when you don’t have any space that is dedicated exclusively to them.
While we often have a wide variety of shoes to match with different types of clothing, rarely do we decide to give them the appropriate space to organize them.
A lot of people end up leaving them strewn around the whole house, or they leave them jumbled up in boxes, without realizing that this speeds up their wear-down.
The problem is that some people need closets to store them, and rarely do we think of creative ideas for organizing shoes efficiently.
Because we know that you want to learn how to keep them perfectly organized, below we are going to share with you 20 interesting ways of doing so.
Which one do you like?
1. Shelf with separate boxes for organizing shoes
This wooden shelf with separators has several uses around the house. One interesting way to use these compartments is for storing and organizing shoes.
2. Door shelf
By using several metallic poles, you can make a door shelf to comfortably organize your shoes, while easily hidden.
3. Transparent boxes with tape
If you have lots of transparent boxes, go ahead and use them for organizing shoes. They replace the original boxes and you can stick a picture on them to make it easier to identify each pair of shoes.
4. Wooden shelf
A beautiful wooden shelf can be added to any area in your room to store your shoes on a couple different levels.
5. Recycled cans
Cans of milk or similar products can be used to make a cute sandal and light-shoe organizer.
Get the cans that are big and stick them in a place where you can organize your shoes.
6. Fabric organizers
Fabric organizers are sold in several warehouses, which are useful for organizing shoes and other items that are hard to store.
You can hang them on your door or in any area that you don’t have a closet. It will save you a lot of space!
7. Colored shelves
A cute colored shelf makes your room look better and gives it a personal touch.
Organize your shoes according to style and keep them visible for use.
8. On a ladder
An old ladder can be transformed into the perfect shelf to store your most special shoes. Paint it however you like and you’ll get a great vintage look for your room.
9. Heels on shelves
High heels can be used as hooks for hanging your shoes on shelves and similar products.
10. Special cabinet
You can find cabinets with separators in stores that help you organize your shoes comfortably and practically.
11. Recycled PVC Pipes
Large cuttings from PVC pipes that are left over from construction areas can be joined to create a wide, and very different shoe closet.
You can paint them, or leave them their original color.
12. Large shelf
If you have too many shoes to count, you might consider building a large, wooden shelf.
If so, make sure that your shoes are clean, so you don’t get dirt or any other type of filth built up inside the shelf.
13. Hangers for boots
Using a few hangers you can organize high-top boots, without sacrificing their original shape. This can help reduce space used, while keeping them well organized.
14. Wooden posts
Using wooden posts as depicted in the photo above is great for organizing shoes like rubber boots.
15. Wicker basket
You might not otherwise be using this wicker basket, so you can use it to store cloth sandals or flip flops.
16. Vertical stand
A beautiful vertical stand will give an elegant touch to your room, while keeping your shoes visible.
17. Shoe dresser
Shoe dressers are a great option for people that have shoes that are all different colors and designs.
18. “Wall fish” stand
This interesting stand will organize your shoes, keeping them neatly in their place.
19. Tennis shoes box
Using a dresser with various large compartments can be used to store your tennis shoes and other varieties of athletic footwear.
20. Recycled fruit boxes
Get wooden fruit boxes and decorate them to make cute shoe boxes, like those seen here.
If you want a real 3-D effect, get different sizes of boxes.
Did you like our ideas? We hope they’ll help you start organizing shoes more efficiently!