Store them in the entryway
- Took out the empty wall space under the stairs at the entryway. Built cubes to store my Birkenstocks. Works perfect. My birks come off as soon as I arrive home. House slippers go on.
- —Guest bichon lady
On the back of the closet door
- My 6 or 7 pr of good shoes hang in a shoe bag (designed for 8-10 pairs) on the back of my closet door. My other every-day shoes are in a shallow box on the floor under my low hanging clothes bar. The empty cubby holes in the shoe bag have small hats, purses, socks, undies, etc.
- —Guest Jo
- I store my shoes in my walkin closet in boxes but they take lots of room !
- —Guest M.P
- My clogs andbirkies go in an old wooden drawer that I keep under the bed. Cover the entire thing with an old towel, keeps out dust. I wash the towel once a month! This works for me.
- —Guest adriana
- As professional organizer, I come across clients with well over 100 pairs of shoes and boots. I take a photo of each shoe, add a number to the box and create a table of the photo with the number under it. I print them out and put them in a binder. I have been doing this for years and it works great!
- —Guest Susan
- I'll tell you, those wire racks you get at Target for $9 are worse than laying them all out on the floor. Suggest not buying this.
- I store shoes on a book case at the back of my closet. If I had more room in my entry way, I'd do cubby holes. Boots are a challenge - I try to take them off as soon as I come in so they don't track "winter" all over the house.
- —Guest Elizabeth