Those who own a lot of shoes usually find it difficult to find them in the closet. This is also a challenge for those who live in a multi-resident residence, other than organization in the closets, ideally if you have furniture or a room that organizes at the entrance of the house: it is a way to keep your shoes airy to keep before storage, eliminating odors.
Among the most practical options: plastic organizer boxes and other materials can be arranged on the shelves of the closets. The special coat hanger and boot hangers hold without kneading or damaging. The use of drawers is ideal for those who are planning a planned wardrobe and need a special compartment for organizing shoes.
Another alternative to entering the house are the benches with shelves, which, in addition to stowing the items, serve as a support when getting dressed. The hooks attached to the wall also create an interesting decorative effect, especially for those who have a space such as an entrance hall.
60 tips on how to organize your shoes
There is no shortage of options and materials to intelligently organize shoes. To make your visualization easier, we’ve separated nice visual references and tips for your organization:
Picture 1 – For those who want to organize with paper boxes: The pictures of the shoes glued on the edge make the day easier.
The use of boxes is a great option to organize shoes, in addition to hygiene, prevent the spread of fungus. Try to organize in a no-frills corner.
Photo 2 – The niches in the crabs help to organize.
Using niches is an excellent alternative to organize the boots as they will not damage or damage the material. Depending on the amount of space on your shoe rack, the niches can accommodate other types of shoes in addition to boots, another advantage is that they make it easier to look at.
Photo 3 – Keep your shoes organized at the entrance of the house.
Another important tip is not to store your shoes when you arrive home. In addition to the smell, there are a lot of bacteria that we bring with us from the streets, so it’s ideal to leave shoes in a doorway at the entrance to make the smells go away.
Figure 4 – The furniture can still be a decorative object.
The ladder can be restored to become an organizing and decorative object for your home.
Picture 5 – This organizer can be put in the closet itself.
Image 6 – Since the shelves allow shoes to be seen, it is important to keep the space organized at all times.
Do not forget to do a monthly cleaning of the shoes stored on the shelves, as there is a build-up of dust on the shelves. The care and maintenance of shoes is of the utmost importance for longer durability.
Photo 7 – The boots can be hung with the help of a special clothes hanger.
Saving shoes is a difficulty on the shoe rack, so you can store hangers with fasteners in a closet. If the material of the footwear is delicate, put a piece of felt in the part of the clasp so as not to mark the fabric of the shoe.
Figure 8 – Whoever installs the shoe rack in the closet decides on the drawers.
Figure 9 – Organize the sneakers with the help of a hanger and clothespin.
An economical idea for those who use a lot of sneakers: to fit side by side on the hanger to keep the space organized.
Picture 10 – This low furniture can be inserted in any corner of the house.
The compact furniture is a trend in decoration, as well as great ally to organize the shoes, can have the same function for books, bags, perfumes, equipment and other items.
Image 11 – A boot organizer is important so as not to ruin the run of your shoes.
Image 12 – Separation by color is the best way to visualize the shoe frame.
If you want to arrange the shoes on a shelf, the ideal solution is in the photo. Swap the pairs (put one foot forward and one backward) and let the model see everything and arrange them by color and style of shoes or boots.
Figure 13 – The alcove organizer is practical and can be hung at any high span.
Image 14 – This bag is ideal for organizing your shoes for travel.
Instead of the bags from TNT that are sold with the shoes, the organizer bag makes it easier to optimize space in the suitcase. This way you keep them all separated by compartments in a single item.
Image 15 – Metal organizer for shoes.
Picture 16 – Plastic boxes can be placed on top of each other.
These boxes have a front opening to make it easier to pick up the shoes. They are great to put in the closet or in a corner of the room.
Image 17 – The swivel bed fits in every corner of the house.
Picture 18 – Name the place of the shoe rack for each resident of the house.
In a residence with many residents, it is more than necessary to keep everything organized. This furniture was designed to separate the shoes of everyone at the entrance to the house. And you can even integrate the bags with a coat rack for coats and stools to shoes or props.
Image 19 – Are you no longer in space? Opt for the shoe cabinet behind the door.
You can opt for a classic nylon shoe door and plastic that can be installed behind the door. This is a great solution for optimizing space and not showing the pairs of shoes.
Picture 20 – Arrange your shoes in the wardrobe.
Image 21 – The decorative bench can become a beautiful organizer of shoes.
The resident can use the available spaces of the decorative furniture to organize the pair of shoes they use.
Picture 22 – The plate for photos and messages can also be a good organizer of shoes with heels.
This article is very versatile in decoration! Each shoe can be used to support the high heels so they can hang on the wall and be organized.
Image 23 – This organizer has the right format for jumps.
Picture 24 – Another option is the organizer box in which the shoes are positioned vertically.
Figure 25 – This drawer offers space for every type of shoe.
Picture 26 – Boot organizer for the wardrobe.
Image 27 – Select clear boxes to see the shoes.
Picture 28 – The use of labels makes everyday organization more practical.
In a very large closet, items can be lost to be found. Therefore, the labels help a lot in keeping the objects always visible and in their right place.
Figure 29 – The modular shoe cabinet can be assembled according to the number of shoes to be stored.
Figure 30 – Organize your children’s shoes at the entrance of the house.
Image 31 – The design of the box with a transparent display and “open-close” style is perfect for organizing the shoes.
The opening system makes it easier for you to pick up your shoes. In addition to its stiffer material, it can be stamped or any fabric you wish.
Figure 32 – Placement of a support optimizes the crib space better.
You can adjust the free space in the closet with some internal organizers. These shelves were installed to divide the closet space in order to have another compartment to organize the shoes.
Picture 33 – Dress code for shoes.
For this model of shoemaker, separate the shoes by the amount of usage, the lower parts to those that are most commonly used, and in the high parts to those that are less commonly used.
Picture 34 – No space in your house? The crib that goes under the bed is a great solution.
Photo 35 – High-heeled shoes are great for organizing on the wall.
Paragraphs with paragraphs are often difficult to store and difficult to keep in an organized manner. A simple solution is to use that blank wall by installing the rods to hang it on. Note that they fit right into everyday life and make everyday life even more practical.
Image 36 – You organize your shoes according to the season.
An important tip for anyone who has a small shoe rack is to separate the shoes according to the season. For example, in winter, keep the little skirts and shoes in a box and place it under the bed. So you gain space in the shoe rack and make it easier for you with the infinite possibilities of the models that are mixed.
Image 37 – Hide your shoe closet by creating a built-in closet.
The built-in wardrobe is ideal for those who have limited space in the room. It can be hidden next to the bedside table or on any wall in the room or hall.
Figure 38 – Separate shoes by model and color.
For those stuck to boxes, put the labels in each compartment. You can sort by colors, models, heights, heights or according to practical criteria. Ideally, it should be transparent so you can still see your models.
Picture 39 – Stairs can also have a small corner to organize the shoes.
Those first flight of stairs drawers are a great way to store your shoes in the intimate areas before climbing. Do you remember the dirt we bring from the streets? Nobody wants these bacteria scattered around the room! Therefore, design a suitable place to organize them nicely and hygienically.
Image 40 – The boot hangers are great: They leave the shoes stretched and can be hung in the wardrobe.
For those who do not want to ruin the material of the boot with the clasps, choose for a specific model for this type of shoe. The above model hangers have a regulation barrel that varies depending on the size of the boot, stretching in this way without deforming or leaving any marks.
Picture 41 – Acrylic organizer box for shoes.
Acrylic boxes can be found in specialty home and construction stores. Despite high investments, they are resilient and can last for years. It’s a more elegant way of accommodating each couple, and making models look and be easy to find.
Figure 42 – This model of shoe organizer works independently but is stacked on top of each other to optimize space.
Some stackable boxes work like a latch on your cover so we push one on top of the other to form a safer and non-falling stack.
Picture 43 – If you like colored shoes, they can get a decorative corner on your wall.
Picture 44 – In general, the space below the stairs is little used so here is an idea to keep your shoes organized and always on hand.
Image 45 – Or you can opt for a wall with hooks.
You can use hooks on the wall to place the most commonly used pairs of shoes and always keep them close.
Picture 46 – Line up the stacked boxes side by side in the closet, on the shelves in the room, or on the shoe rack.
Figure 47 – This colorful organizer saves space on your shoe rack and makes your shoes clearly visible.
Image 48 – Modular bookcase for organizing your shoes.
Picture 49 – Leave the shoes that you use the least in the upper area of the shoe rack.
The shoeboxes keep each pair in their right place without getting dirty or kneaded. To organize them, try to leave the most used ones in the front and the others behind. They still have tiny holes in their surface that allow the shoes to stay cool.
Image 50 – Shoe organizer for doors.
Figure 51 – The organizer boxes with wheels can be carried in any piece of furniture that has space underneath.
Picture 52 – Notice how the organization through colors makes the look more harmonious and balanced.
The shelves are closely related to the organization of shoes and allow differentiation by model, color, material, etc. Each shelf with a specific color makes the look cleaner and more convenient to choose from.
Figure 53 – This accessory is wall mounted and has the function of securing the shoes.
The ideal is the shoes that you use the most to decorate a wall. When you place a lot of media, the appearance can be heavy and the circulation environment can be tight.
Figure 54 – Castors give every piece of furniture flexibility.
The coolness of this furniture is the versatility of bringing it to every corner of the house. And with this narrower shape, it can fit under the existing furniture in the house, such as in the sideboard, in the rack, in the bed, in the desk, in the cabinets and so on.
Picture 55 – Organize your shoes when you use them.
One way to organize shoes on a shoe rack is the amount of usage in a given time, it can be monthly or yearly. For example, party shoes can be placed in a hard-to-reach area of the organizer as the ones you use almost every day should be in a more practical field of view to collect. The interesting thing is to sort by rows, depending on the size of the shoe rack.
Image 56 – If you’re following this concept as we showed in the first image, try organizing the boxes with the same color.
In this idea, you can either wrap the boxes or buy them with a single color. By keeping the uniform look, the environment becomes lighter and the photo of the couple helps to find the model without opening the box.
Image 57 – Shoe organizer from pallet.
With the small apartments, it is very difficult to find a corner for the shoes so you can follow this solution up above. Pallets are an economical item and can be placed under the bed.
Image 58 – Do-it-yourself trick is a triangular piece that creates a niche for each pair.
Use cardboard, scissors, and hot glue to build a simple, inexpensive shoe rack. In addition to the organized pairs, the shoemaker receives a different and decorative design.
Image 59 – Wires and baskets help keep your shoes organized.
You can even add a partition like a curtain or sliding door to insulate the shoes and bring clean air into the room.
Image 60 – This zip organizer for shoes can be placed under the bed or at the bottom of the closet
This shoe shape is in the shape of a suitcase and the clear plastic on top helps to visualize the shoes. The model is compact and ideal for storage under the bed.