If your home is like most homes with people in and out the door all day long, there’s a pileup of shoes by the door. And if you’re a woman with a fetish for shoes, no doubt your closet is piled high with shoeboxes and mismatched pairs.
Luckily, there are ways to stay organized, no matter how many pairs of shoes you and your family own. Here are a few tips from the experts at Harkraft on how to organize shoes creatively and efficiently.
Taking your shoes off in the entryway keeps you from tracking mud and sand into the house, but unless you want to trip over shoes every time you go in and out the door, you’ll need to create storage space for shoes and boots.
Mudroom lockers are one way to keep shoes organized and out of the way. Bottom cubbies are just the right size for shoes and boots, and multiple lockers allow for each family member to keep their shoes and belongings in their own space.
For wet shoes—especially if you live in an area that gets a lot of rain or snow—set out a boot tray filled with river rocks that allows shoes and boots to drain and dry without leaving puddles on the floor.
Are your shoes left to roam free on the floor of your closet? We think there’s a better way to organize shoes.
If you have an entryway closet or a walk-in bedroom closet with a door that swings open, you can use the space on the back of the door for storing shoes. An over-the-door shoe organizer gives you more space in the closet for clothes, coats, and other items. Plus it keeps clutter off the closet floor.
If you have a closet with bi-fold doors, you can use a hanging shoe organizer or a shoe rack on the floor of the closet. Closet shelving with cubbies also makes a great storage space for shoes.
Get your closet and mudroom organized with shoe racks, mudroom lockers, closet shelving, and home storage solutions from Harkraft in Minneapolis. We offer a lifetime guarantee on all products and labor. Give us a call at (763) 544-4478 or contact us online to get started.