Lundy. Shoe Storage. August 26th , 2017.
A shoe storage bench with seat and sliding doors for a home entryway can have more benefits than a normal bench or other shoe storage solution. This is due to several factors that make it rather unique with all the features and options that it is manufactured with. If a one piece shoe storage furniture option is what you need, this type of bench may be the right fit in your home.
So, what do you look for in a shoe storage bench? Well, the first thing is the number of cubbies the bench has. You want to purchase benches with as many cubbies as will fit in the space you have in mind, knowing that shoes have a way of multiplying over time. There are two basic types of benches. First, there are those that have cubbies. Think of them as walled off storage lockers laid out in a grid. The second is a bench where the front opens out, revealing either cubbies or wire loops that slip right into the shoe, letting them hang free.
But there is an easy solution. That`s where the shoe storage bench comes in. Shoe storage furniture gives you a place to put your shoes. They help you to eliminate clutter and will reduce, if not eliminate all together, the stress that comes with having to find your shoes at the last minute. Shoe storage benches come in a variety of styles. Most have a hard flat surface where a person can sit while taking off and putting on shoes. Some have open shelves, others have pockets or cubbies for pairs of shoes. Some shoe storage cabinets have hinged tops so everything can be put inside and when closed the shoes are never seen.
As well, these are very attractively designed and will add to your décor. They come fashioned in various woods like cherry, walnut, maple and cedar being the most popular. Some shoe storage furniture pieces have racks and shelves for the orderly placement of foot apparel. Some have hinged tops that easily open so shoes and other things can be placed inside and will be out of sight. Most have a surface that a person can sit on to easily remove or put on shoes.
Many shoe racks comprise of angled shelves which take up little space and enable you to view your entire shoe collection at once. All three of these storage ideas work well in a closet or walk-in wardrobe area, so you can have your shoes within reach while you get dressed. Alternatively, having your shoe storage by the front door is a better option if you don`t want to walk dirty shoes through the house and into your bedroom.
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