What is an inexpensive shoe storage solution for a small walk-in close

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 10, 2017
    https://www.hometalk.com/7002348/diy-super-space-saving-shoe-rack

  • Rose Broadway Rose Broadway on Dec 10, 2017
    These have always looked so clever to me, and if you have any lumber laying around it wouldn't cost you anything to make!

  • Rose/Miros Rose/Miros on Dec 10, 2017
    I'd say a door hung shoe holder made of fabriC. Make your own so the pockets will fit your shoes.

  • Sylvio Leger Sylvio Leger on Dec 10, 2017
    a shelf in the bottom of a closet

  • 27524803 27524803 on Dec 10, 2017
    It really depends on how many shoes you HAVE and what kind they are... heels need a different storage than tennis shoes or boots...
    I have these (2 stacked) Closet Maid units in one end of my closet and if you take some of the bins out... they are great for shoes aw well as folded stuff like jeans or sweaters, etc.. there was just enough room at one end for 2 of the hanging shoe organizers too (the rod goes between the unit and the wall)
    The bins come in lots of different colors and are great for undies, etc.

  • Terry Terry on Dec 10, 2017
    hanging shoe bag.. holds about 12 pr or if there is room on a wall... use the Command Damage Free plastic hooks and hang your shoes on the wall

  • Cindy Hagemann Cindy Hagemann on Dec 10, 2017
    I built one of those wall strips for my heels, but they kept falling off and you need a wall. For a small space, I put mine in plastic stacking baskets that I can sort according to color or style.

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 10, 2017
    If you have room at the bottom of your closet, get two spring tension rods. Install one near the back of the closet and one nearer the front lower than the one in the back. To get the right distance, hang a shoe on the back rod then see where the shoe falls when lifted up. Put the front rod there and rest your shoes on it. These can really be put anywhere in your closet that has 2 walls where a tension rod will fit. If you have room at the top, you can even put one there. Wishing you the best.

  • Flipturn Flipturn on Oct 29, 2021

    Making use of the area between the wall studs is a floor-space-saving option for storing shoes. Here are a couple of examples: