Interior Inspiration: Shoe Storage Solutions

 {vintage hutch}
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The house I recently moved into was built in the 1920’s which means closets really do not exist.  This is tremendously unfortunate for my budding clothing, shoe and handbag collection. So I came to the conclusion that one of my rooms needed to be transformed into a closet. First order of business is deciding how I want to show my shoes. Some of my favorite ideas include bookcases, vintage china hutches and even revolving shoe carousels. How do you store your shoes?
 {book shelf}
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{china cabinet}

7 Comments on “Interior Inspiration: Shoe Storage Solutions

  1. I also live in a 1920s home. The closet in the guest room is twice as big as the master – makes no sense. I store my heels in see-through boxes on shelves, and have one basket filled with flats and another basket filled with sandals. It works for now, but I can NOT wait until we move into a house with a real closet 🙂

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