Shoe Storage. Published at Sunday, August 27th 2017, 19:39:38 PM by Lundy.
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.
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.
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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