When you were in college, cheap metal shoe racks may have come in handy, but if you’re still living in a dorm, it’s time to move to something a little more substantial. That’s not to suggest you have to compromise, either on your aesthetic.
We encourage you to look beyond the shoe storage box, whether you want to optimize room by using versatile, multitasking parts or just want something that dresses up your empty entryway. TV consoles, bookshelves, chairs, ottomans are all bits of statement-making that can cut the clutter.
We’ve rounded up our favorite shoe storage solutions below to ease your shopping experience.
A no-frills, high-quality way to view your shoes (or anything else for that matter) in minimalist fashion is this plain, streamlined rack. The powder-coated steel construction features three-tiered racks, each capable of carrying 22 pounds or four pairs of shoes, as reviewers point out.
A curved handle also rocks the Open Space rack, making it easy to maneuver around your space. Although assembly is necessary, an Allen wrench and screws are provided, and individuals say it only takes minutes. The entryway rack is also available in five colors: navy, pink, cream, light blue, and dark green, so there is an appropriate choice regardless of your color scheme.
When it comes to organizing your shoes, you need to get creative, especially if you live in a small space like a studio apartment. However, multitasking furniture, like Castlery’s Luka, comes in a clutch, regardless of your living situation. It’s one of the interesting shoe storage solutions you should try.
The low-profile TV stand is elegant and features both a visually beautiful walnut veneer and slatted doors that overlap when opened to create new patterns. The doors glide effortlessly over a system of tongue and groove, and two extra-long shelves can be used inside to stash your shoes, books, paperwork, and more.
Yes, as a seating surface, the same piece of furniture that holds your shoes organized can also be used. Do you like this shoe storage solution? We love the multi-tasking Culla Oak Bench article, which is a great space-saving solution for those who lack enough storage space.
The mid-century-inspired piece features a button-tufted seat set on a beautifully veneered frame that holds two large soft-closing drawers that are perfect for stashing your go-to shoes, you guessed it. It will serve two purposes while adding an impactful touch to your bedroom, whether you decide to position it in your entryway or at the foot of your bed.
If you’re looking to add a large dose of color to your bedroom, of course, in addition to an organizing solution for all your favorite footwear, then the Foshay Console Bookcase of Room&Board is your man. The bold piece is designed to last as well as impress since it is made of sturdy powder-coated steel.
Although it is not explicitly sold as a shoe rack (most people use it to show odds and ends), the clean minimal nature of Foshay makes it a stellar choice for those who love modern architectural furniture. You can also transition the flexible piece into a console or bookshelf if you ever move into a new room and do not need additional shoe storage solutions.
Nobody is going to infer that this stylish ottoman houses your favorite footwear at first glance. The Juliette Storage Ottoman from Frontgate is exquisitely customized and masterfully made, with a tufted seating surface that can be customized with endless color and fabric choices.
The hinged top lifts up, enabling you to stack shoes around the perimeter in storage pockets. While the small is good for eight, the large size houses 16 pairs and the middle section of the ottoman is suitable for storing other items such as scarves, belts, or handbags. This gorgeous piece will make a huge statement, whether you plan to put it at the end of the bed or in the middle of your walk-in closet.
This shoe locker-slash-storage cabinet is a great choice if you’re looking to add an artistic and eccentric touch to your room. Three doors and six interior shelves are included in the fun piece that can hold about 12 pairs of shoes out of view.
In addition to storing shoes, reviewers also note that anything from art supplies to pet food is a perfect place to stash everything. There are different color choices available for the metal design (think mint green, black, white, and dark grey), so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding the right suit.
Crate & Barrel Flex Modular Bench with Clothing Bar
Basically, this contemporary shoe storage solution from Crate & Barrel is a modular closet. It’s perfect for those lacking built-in storage options with hanging space as well as a shoe rack.
The Flex, designed by Paul Galli exclusively for the brand, features two black iron uprights that anchor a clothing rail to the wall to support it. The bottom metal shelf and/or the stylish white storage compartments that conveniently open up and stack vertically can be used when it comes to your footwear collection.
Hopefully, these shoe storage solutions will inspire you and keep your footwear neat and your home clutter-free. Besides, they are also fantastic housewarming gift ideas to give your significant ones. If you have any great shoe storage solutions, don’t hesitate to share them with us.
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