Shoe Storage. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 09:44:24 AM
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.
Some shoe benches come in versions that are open with individual cubbies for pair of shoes. These allow you to see the shoes very easily. Generally this is a lesser expensive type of bench as compared to the other types. The other types of shoe furniture are more self-contained. They feature a seat that is also a lid. On some the lid is hinged and on others the lid removes without any attachment. If you do not want the shoes to be seen this is the type that will work best for your needs.
A shoe storage bench that closes can be a great place for containing many other items that typically clutter up a home. Have lots of toys all over the house? How about pet items? Maybe you need extra storage for blankets or towels? The possibilities are endless. And of course, you can always use these for storing shoes. Some versions come as stand up cabinets that have hooks for also keeping neat coats, sweaters, jackets and the like. If you are concerned about the odors that at times can accompany shoes, a version that will work very well for you are the ones made of cedar wood. This works great to help absorb any offensive odors.
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