It doesn’t take long for a couple of pairs of discarded shoes to turn into a tangled mess. Even in the closet, where they belong, organizing shoes can be quite the challenge.
No matter what your space situation looks like, there are ways to keep your shoes organized, easy to find, and in some cases, they’ll even double as art. A drawer system in an entryway is one way to get a family’s shoes all tucked away and ready to go when they’re needed.
If you have a lovely collection of heels that could double as art, why not treat them that way by putting them up on picture rails?
A shoe wheel allows you to see all your shoes at once and conveniently rolls into and out of a closet or corner.
Another method is to purchase several clear containers of the same size, take pictures of your shoes, tape them to the outside, and then stack up the containers. You’ll still have a “mountain” of shoes at the bottom of the closet, but they’ll be well-organized and always paired together.
If you’re living in a space that needs all the multi-functional furniture and hidden storage space possible, an ottoman with pockets inside just for shoes will be your best friend and make finding your heels that much easier.
If you have empty wall space, take a cue from kindergarten cubbies and put everything on the wall in color-coordinated boxes.
Looking for a crafty way to organize flip-flops and ballet slippers? No problem. Epbot has a tutorial.
Say goodbye to the chaotic jumble on the floor and the wasted time each morning looking for the right matching pair of shoes.