Aveline. Shoe Storage. August 24th , 2017.
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.
You may also buy a shoe storage cabinet. These come in a variety of styles and sizes. The material used can either be made from plastic, metal, melamine or wood. These cabinets are good for shoes that are often worn. If you prefer to keep your shoes near a door, decorative cabinets will look good, however, these can be expensive especially if the cabinet is made from cedar. There are other things that may house your footwear. You have the option of using an umbrella stand or even a book stand. You can also use a coffee table placed at the end of the bed to house several pairs of shoes. You may also place shoe storage under the bed such as cloth organizers.
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.
Now think of where all these shoes are. Can you picture their exact location? If you can you are better than most people. Most people would admit that their shoes are scattered all over their house, some inside and some outside...some even in unknown areas where only the family dog knows! There are many ideas floating about on how to organize your shoes. You may have read some of them. Some suggest organizing them by the event in which they would be worn. Evening shoes might go in one spot and weekend sneakers might go in another, while work shoes are right up front and easy to get to.
How many pairs of shows do you own? Whether you have a passion for flip flops, high heels, knee length boots, business shoes, trainers, loafers, moccasins, platforms or slippers... We can all build up quite a shoe collection over the years without even trying. So where do they all belong? First of all, collect up all your shoes from around the house (including your partner`s and your kids` shoes) so you know exactly what you`re dealing with. Decide if you`re going to throw any out or donate them to charity, then count how many "keepers" you`ve got.
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