If you’re like me, you have way too many shoes, and no intention of giving any of them up anytime soon, which is why for part two of my closet cleaning series, we’ll be tackling shoes. Since they take up most of my closet space, I need a good system for organizing my shoes.
While over-the-door storage is the space-saving arrangement that makes the most sense for small space dwellers, shelves and cubbies, or better yet a closet just of shoes, would be my ultimate pick were space not an issue, as it allows for you to easily see all your shoes. From there, I prefer to sort by type (pumps, flats, wedges, sandals, sneakers, boots, etc.) and then color-coordinate from there.
Here are my favorite ideas and inspiration for organizing your shoes.
LINED-UP ON FLOOR ON RACKS
OVER-THE-DOOR SHOE RACK
HANGING SHOE RACK
BUILT-IN SHOE RACKS
INCLINED SHOE SHELVES
CABINET OR WARDROBE
COLOR-COORDINATED ON SHELVES
BOOTS HUNG ON HOOKS ON RODS
BOOTS LINED UP ON SHELVES WITH BOOT INSERTS
BOOT HUNG UPSIDE DOWN ON BOOT RACKS