40 more ideas for organizing and storing your shoes 40 more ideas for organizing and storing your shoes
I’ve given you 45 ideas for organizing and storing your shoes, this endless problem! Now there are 40 more ideas. Enjoy! (photo: decorfacil) If... 40 more ideas for organizing and storing your shoes

I’ve given you 45 ideas for organizing and storing your shoes, this endless problem! Now there are 40 more ideas. Enjoy!

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If you have a 25/30 cm space on a wall, this may be a good solution. This steel wire frame you find in various sizes on the internet (look for door shoe rack)

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4 options with different degrees of difficulty. The latter will require work from a professional, but is perfect for small rooms with a free area below the window of at least 45 cm (depends on the size of the shoes and the tilt angle of the shelves – the more sloping the more height is required). , but the depth will be smaller)

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Wood, a door shoe rack, an inner-space pouf and fabric partitions, and a custom-made cabinet furniture that can be placed behind the bed, for example.

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Using ladder space behind the door (narrow shelves – ideally put a lining that can be removed and cleaned behind the shoes) at the bottom (copper pipes or also pvc)

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Curtain rods and hangers, crates or pallets and slats of wood. Various materials and ways of installing that depend on the space you have and your taste, of course.

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The wooden hexagons are fun (even to put at the entrance of the house), the vertically moving woods are very interesting and in the last photo, a professional work that can store many shoes without taking up almost any space.

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The boards – wood or metal – coated with plastic material – which can be easily cleaned, have a strap that holds the shoe. I found the idea very cool! The 2nd picture is for that situation where you have a tight corner whose width gives a shoe. The other 2 photos show solutions for a closet and furniture below the tv.

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Always think of occupying unused spaces and multifunctionality

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Remember that it is important that your solution matches the decor of the room, of course. And some ideas here (like the last one above) can be modified to fit more or less shoes, put in the doorway, anyway. Also use your imagination and suit your taste and need.