Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Shoe Storage Solution For More Space For Your Home

In every household, the idea of space and how to get more of it is essential. Regardless if you are single, working parents or someone who loves shoes, storage has always been an issue and it is only natural that you would be on the look out for viable storage solutions in your home. This includes finding the right shoe storage solution that will help in easing most of the storage issues you already have. If you have a policy that says shoes must be removed before coming through the door, you should also make arrangement for its storage since if left scattered everywhere, they could be, not just tripping hazards in your home, but also constitute a nuisance. Here are a few ways you can find creative shoe storage solutions throughout your home.

Find more space in your bedroom
Most times you might be tempted to just pull your shoes and let them lie around in your bedroom because you don’t have a space where to store them. It does not have to be so. Have you thought about creating bottom pull out drawers under your closet or wardrobe? Yes, you can carefully arrange your shoes in these pull out drawers, take them out when you want to use them and put them back again. It saves space in your bedroom.
Create a mudroom that holds more shoes Is your mudroom so small that you can’t think of where to create storage for everybody’s shoes and boots? What about that bench that the members of the family sit on to wear their shoes? You can create storage spaces right under the bench and they can come in the form of cubby boxes. This method has saved a lot of homeowners who live in small spaces the hazard of tripping over shoes in their tiny mud rooms.
Kids’ room shoe storage ideas In this case, there are two options; getting a shoe rack or converting a spare closet. Since space is the issue in your home, if you are opting for shoes racks, go for the on-the-door or over-the-door racks instead of the floor shoe racks which are known to take up more space. If on the other hand you have a spare closet in the kids’ room, simply retrofit the closet by adding cubbies to it. Not only does this method save you a lot of space in the kids’ room, it also creates a sense of decency since the door of the closet can be closed after taking or putting in shoes.
With these few ideas, the issue of storage space for shoes in your home will become history. Even in your entryways, you can create cubby boxes, or use decorative baskets for your frequently used shoes and save yourself the hassle of pulling out drawers or reaching out to the closet for shoes that you wear everyday. Shoving shoes under your bed takes more energy and time than putting them in the shoe drawers, closet or rack. You can now see that creating more space for your shoes in your home can be easier than you once thought.


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