30 Things to Store Day 26: Shoes

30 Things to store

Today we are talking about shoes. These can really pile up! Here are my tips for keeping them under control.

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Where do your shoes tend to pile up? Do you use a rack or another tool to keep your shoes organized?

9 thoughts on “30 Things to Store Day 26: Shoes”

  1. I actually do a bit of all that you mention here with our shoes. Like our hall closet is for rain boots and everyday shoes. For flip flops/slipper, we use over the door organizers. For my daughter’s soccer cleat they are in a box in our garage right now for the off season. And for the rest of the shoes, I use shelves in the closet to store them a bit more organized, too.
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  2. Growing up in Hawai’i, we don’t wear shoes in the house (ever!). So we specifically set up a shoe storage area at every new house we move in. On my blog I’ve shared a free, repurposed tip for storing boots (and it’s brilliant, if I do say so myself 🙂 )

    1. I’m going to check out your boot tip! I know many people who don’t wear shoes in the house, and I do think it helps to keep things cleaner. I try to switch to slippers when I come in, but when I’m coming and going a lot, it doesn’t always happen. Of course, if I were in Hawaii and I could just step in and out of flip flops, that would be awesome:)

  3. I have way too many shoes. I do have a special shelf unit in my closet or shoes but it barely accommodates my shoes. Time to go take a serious look and get rid of some of them. I am always encouraged to take action by your posts. Thank you.

    1. So glad you are finding these motivational! When a space is crowded, that is always a signal to take a look. Letting go of even 2 or 3 pairs of shoes can make a huge difference!

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