Shoes are one of a woman’s most prized possession when it comes to fashion. It doesn’t matter how many shoes you have, you can get creative with organizing your shoes. While some people prefer to keep all there shoes in one place, some try to mix them with their bags and belts. Which ever way you would prefer, keep reading to find your preference among the photos below:
Instead of hiding your beautiful shoes behind closet doors, place them on shelves around your room—they are works of art, after all!
Tip: Keep the shoe styles consistent on each shelf and space them evenly so they don’t appear cluttered.
Storing your shoes in boxes will not only lead to a more organized closet overall, but ensures your footwear remains in pristine condition.
Tip: For easy access, take a photo of the pair of shoes and tape it to the front of the box.
Outside The Box
This colorful storage idea has “DIY expert” written all over it. Just grab wood crates at your local hardware store or make them yourself.
Tip: For a dimensional effect, try different sized boxes.
Front To Back
This organizational tip is particularly handy for those with ceiling-to-floor shoe shelves. By having one shoe facing forward and the other backwards, you can see the style and heel height at glance.
Tip: For a visually pleasing outcome, organize the shoes by color.
Glass Case Of Emotion Shoes
If you don’t have much closet space, be creative with any extra furniture you may have. A glass cabinet can easily double as a shoe closet.
Tip: To avoid overcrowding, only showcase seasonally-appropriate footwear and put the rest in storage.
This unconventional display is great for showcasing statement heels and serves as a chic décor idea for a vintage-influenced bedroom.
Tip: Look for a wooden ladder at the flea market.
Mix and Match
Fill your bookshelf with a hodgepodge of stylish goodies, including shoes, bags, jewelry, and fashion books.
Tip: The display should serve as reflection of your personal style, so if you’re a neutrals-only kind of gal, stick to black and white hues.
If your shoe collection is worth showing off, take it out of the bedroom and into the living room. Note: this really only works if you have built-in shelving.
Tip: Incorporate household items into the mix to give the space some artistic flair.
Boots, especially winter styles, can take up a lot of space in your closet, which is why we recommend hanging them. This method helps free up floor space, while also storing your boots safely and compactly.
The Stiletto, The Boot, And The Wardrobe
We love the idea of taking a conventional armoire and making it a surprise shoe closet.
Tip: If you’re going to stack the shoes, make sure you put the bigger styles in the back and flats up front.
Up The Wall
Not a fan of bulky shelves? Try hanging your heels on crown molding. This space-saving storage trick is chic and unexpected, earning major points in our book.
Tip: Sorry, but this is not for the wedge-loving gal.
Come Full Circle
This easy DIY project involves gluing multiple PVC Cells together to create a shoe rack.
Tip: Make sure the diameter of the PVC is bigger than the height of your tallest heels.
Culled from whowhatwear