Kick-off your shoes, turn off the lights and love me tonight! Now that’s country ballad that has haunted us for the ages. Shoes are vital but where do you store them? A well-crafted entryway shoe storage rack adds charm to that piece of leather art; also suede art if you like.
Here are 20 beautiful shoe storage hacks that can turn heads:
In this article:
- 1). Bags turned into shoe storage
- 2). Wall-mounted shoe rack
- 3). The flip flop holder
- 4). Bins that match
- 5). Rustic wall mount variant
- 6). The ultra space-saver
- 7). The hanger rack
- 8). Use a few trays
- 9). Use corner rack
- 10). Create a layered rack
- 11). Use PVC pipes
- 12). The oblique rack
- 13). Tilted baskets
- 14). The shoe tree
- 15). Movable shelves
- 16). The shoe cupboard
- 17). Another shoe closet
- 18). A classic
- 19). The metallic channel
- 20). The candy-jar rack
1). Bags turned into shoe storage
How simple is this hack? This common yet effective hack will help you preserve that favourite pair.
2). Wall-mounted shoe rack
Amazing to save space in your entryway and allows you to pick and choose your favourite easily.
3). The flip flop holder
This creative hack is simple. All you need to do is, use a few hooks, a rod and get started. This is a favourite amongst the ladies as well.
4). Bins that match
Buy a few bins customised to your entryway decor. Match the shades and get going.
5). Rustic wall mount variant
This one is for the dirty dozen. Now you know what you can do on a Sunday morning.
6). The ultra space-saver
If your entryway is way too narrow, this hack allows you the liberty of storing over a hundred shoes.
7). The hanger rack
With creativity overloaded, this hack almost costs you nothing. Use your old coat hangers and make a rack like this. Saves you time and space.
8). Use a few trays
Create a stack like this using a few old trays. For an entryway that is broader, you could create multiple columns.
9). Use corner rack
This hack is for the one who doesn’t have any space in the entryway. Try a stack like this, using a few trays.
10). Create a layered rack
This hack might be time-consuming, but when it is complete, you would want to pat yourself on your back for the effort.
11). Use PVC pipes
Bind together a bunch of PVC pipes and create a stack like this. You could consider painting the exterior to match your entryway.
12). The oblique rack
You will spend some time on engineering this rack but it will be worth the effort. Create oblique stacks like these and you are ready to go.
13). Tilted baskets
This hack is simple. Use boxes, turn them around and stack them up. You could use glue for them to stick together.
14). The shoe tree
This hack urges you to spend time on it but if you can create a channel like this and paint it green, you are sure to make heads turn.
15). Movable shelves
Creating a rack as this allows you the liberty to remove a few shelves in case you need to place boots that occupy more space.
16). The shoe cupboard
If you are the one to conceal your shoes, create a cupboard like this. You could use the door for graffiti.
17). Another shoe closet
You could also create a closet that conceals your foot-wear with a mirror on the outside. This helps you check yourself out instantly just before leaving for a party.
18). A classic
This is a simple rack that pleases the eye.
19). The metallic channel
This rack is extremely simple to create and looks drop-dead gorgeous.
20). The candy-jar rack
Repurpose old candy-jars to create an efficient shoe rack.
Art comes in various forms. Some of the most sublime pieces of art are the ones you create to enhance the look of your homes. We urge you to try these hacks that will bring out the creative juices from within and help serve your purpose as well. Happy racking.