Shoe Storage. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 09:47:05 AM
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.
If you go with a shoe storage bench in the living room, you probably want to get a model that has a door that opens outward. When the door is closed, your shoe storage area looks just like your average bench and visitors can use it for additional seating when they stop by. No one can even tell that you have your favorite pumps hidden inside. When everyone leaves, you can pop open the door, sit down on the bench and decide which pair of fabulous open toed sandals you`re going to wear to dinner that night. Close the door up and voila! - it`s a bench again.
The fact is that shoes take up a lot of space in some valuable storage areas such as closets, floor, and entrance space. We have athletic shoes, around the house shoes, work shoes, dress shoes, and the list goes on. With so many shoes, how can we maximize our storage space? By utilizing shoe storage products to maximize the potential of your existing space you can storage your shoes and still have plenty of room to store the rest of your necessities.
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