After a long day, you come home and kick your shoes off by the door, the couch or at the foot of your bed. Unless you decide to wear that pair the next day, it remains in its unofficial assigned seat on the floor and is joined by a new pair every day until the end of the week. Without a shoe storage system in place, this is how the end of your day looks.
A shoe organizer can eliminate this weekly cycle of clutter. With an over the door shoe rack or a concealed cabinet, you can easily return your shoes to their designated space at the end of the day—no matter how many pairs you have. From solutions that accommodate just a few pairs of shoes to storage that can handle 50+ pairings, there is a shoe organizer out there to suit all needs.
Shop these 6 organizers made for every home setup you can think of.
Over The Door: StoreSmith Over-the-Door Shoe Rack
StoreSmith Over-the-Door Shoe RackHSN
If you’re tight on space but still need a spot to store your most precious belongings—shoes, duh—an over the door organizer is the perfect storage solution. When your closet is full and there is no floor space, an over-the-door rack not only helps you deal with clutter but helps you utilize other unused space. This accordion style shoe rack opens to store up to 30 pairs of shoes and it can support up to 44 pounds. Each of the 10 shelves is supported by mesh on the bottom and at the back, so you don’t run the risk of anything falling through. The shelves are also not compartmentalized into single-pair cubbies, further expanding how many shoes the rack can hold.
One hesitation with over the door storage solutions is that the rack will swing back and forth when the door opens and closes creating noise, damage to the door and wall, and causing everything to fall out anyway. This option is secured at the top with over the door hooks and at the bottom with secure straps, preventing any wild swinging or potential damage.