Shoes. Who doesn`t love them? Even though we have only two feet and can only wear one pair of shoes at a time, we have an endless number of different occasions that require different shoes, from running shoes and golf shoes to sandals for the beach, boots for winter and heels in every color and height imaginable - just because. But where do you store all these shoes? As you know, shoes don`t like to be stored next to each other, as the various design details on a fairly inexpensive shoe can end up destroying a brand new pair of Italian leather pumps you just picked up at Zappos.
A shoe ladder is great as both a convenient storage solution and a way to preview your shoes all at once. Often designed with three or four tiers, a shoe ladder can cater to up to 9-12 pairs of shoes! The beauty of this shoe storage solution is it takes up little space, fitting comfortably into a closet under your hanging clothes, or up against the wall in an entry hallway. Shoe racks and rails are an essential item for any walk-in wardrobe, which is designed to house all your clothes and footwear in one well-organised dressing area.
It is also possible to get a storage box that will keep several pairs of shoes out of the way, especially those that are worn infrequently. In case you are running out of room in your closets, you can get the type of box that slides neatly underneath the bed, and helps keep your entire room tidy. As a matter of fact, storing items underneath the bed is one of those organizational tips that many people tend to overlook. Your rarely worn shoes are an obvious choice for this storage area.
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