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7 Shoe Organizers For Your Apartment

7 Shoe Organizers For Your Apartment

If you have multiple pairs of shoes lying around your apartment, it’s probably because you have nowhere to put them (or you have a shopping addiction). Turns out, there are quite a lot of shoe organizers out there. We’ve selected seven that we’re sure will do wonders for your organization.

Free Standing

Seville Classics Utility Shoe Rack

seville classics rack
Perhaps one of the most popular shoe racks on the market, this product has reached mass-appeal thanks to its simplicity of use. There’s no tools or assembly required, and it folds completely flat when not in use. You’ll be able to fit three pairs of men’s shoes on each rack, so about nine total (and probably more for women’s shoes). The best party? The units are stackable, so if you end up with dozens of pairs, you’ll still find a way to store them.
Where to buy: Amazon – $26

Whitmor 3-tier Shoe Rack

whitmor rack
Here’s another offering by Whitmor, this time with a metal rack. The expandable support bars allow you to fit it perfectly in your entryway or tight bedroom closets. Each self can hold about five pairs of men’s shoes, and the unit is very sturdy. The simple design allows an emphasis on the shoes themselves, instead of what is holding them. Neat and simple.
Where to buy: Target – $31

Home Decorators Artisan Bench

home decorators artisan bench
On the more high-end scale of things, you may find your happiness with this beautiful wooden bench. You can place it in your entryway so people can comfortably seat when removing their shoes. It offers ten shoe cubbies and comes pre-assembled, so you don’t have to worry about anything.
Where to buy: Home Decorators – $310

Simple Boot Rack

boot rack target
Perhaps the most difficult type of shoe to store away is a boot, and shoe horns are expensive. Fortunately, we have found a rack that can fit your needs. Knee-high boots won’t be an issue anymore thanks to the sturdiness of the unit. It’s very to put together and durable.
Where to buy: Target – $25

Wall Mounted

Whitmor Over-the-door Shoe Organizer

whitmor over the door
With this hanging organizer, Whitmor offers a space-saving alternative to storing your shoes. It has 24 large pockets, so you can easily fit, that’s right, twelve pairs. Its mesh design makes it a breeze to clean (and a great way to see the shoes). It also has a sturdy metal frame and hooks to easily put it on your door.
Where to buy: Amazon – $13

Trones Storage Cabinet

trones cabinet
This minimalist cabinet takes up so little space, you’ll wonder why you haven’t already bought it. IKEA is great for its simple storage units, is this one is no different. You’ll be able to store whatever you want, but in this case shoes will be the perfect fit. You can even slide them at an angle for a better “display”.
Where to buy: IKEA – $40/3-pack

Richards Homewares Hanging Shoe Shelf

richards homewares hanging shelf
Designed for men shoes, this organizer has ten roomy shelves to store ten pairs. It actually ends up being large enough that you can fit quite a lot of accessories and other items, as needed. They all fit neatly in its narrow frame, giving it the perfect size to hang in your closet, on actual hangers. Be aware that there is no protective see-through cover in the front.
Where to buy: Amazon – $18

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