Garage Shoe Storage

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Garage Shoe Storage

Whether you have a fabulous shoe collection, or just a lot of feet in your house, a shoe storage solution is vital to keep them all under control. Shoe racks come in lots of shapes and sizes, depending on how many shoes and what kind of space you have. But that’s not the only way to store shoes – an under bed shoe organizer can keep lots of pairs out of sight but in quick access, and over the door shoe storage can make great use of closet space. Clear shoe boxes can make for an elegant way to store shoes – use a drop front box for shoes you’d like to wear regularly, or a traditional box for longer-term shoe storage. How do you organize your footwear? You have shoes for work, shoes for play, shoes in the master closet, shoes in the mudroom. That’s why we offer so many different shoe storage ideas to help keep your shoes protected and well organized. Find some shoe storage ideas and inspiration at The Container Store!

Garage Shoe Storage

Repurpose a bookshelf or crates Repurposed bookshelf shoe storage. Cassiefairy.com A great way to reuse an old bookshelf that has found it's way to the basement or garage is to turn it into something a little more functional like this IKEA Share Space Pick of the Week or blogger, Cassiefairy's Superstar Shoe Storage post.​ Wooden crates are another great item to repurpose. They're definitely durable enough to withstand garage climate changes, they're interchangeable, and decorative. 

Garage Shoe Storage

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A great way to reuse an old bookshelf that has found it's way to the basement or garage is to turn it into something a little more functional like this IKEA Share Space Pick of the Week or blogger, Cassiefairy's Superstar Shoe Storage post.​ Wooden crates are another great item to repurpose. They're definitely durable enough to withstand garage climate changes, they're interchangeable, and decorative. 

Garage Shoe Storage

Organizing shoes has never been so simple or cheap! And here I was about to go to the store to buy a shoe rack of some sort. Now I don’t have to. I just need to pick up some PVC pipe and cut some pieces to the right size and glue them together. Honestly this seems like a much better choice not just for saving money, but also for keeping costs down. A shoe rack would be very specialized. This on the other hand could also be used to store other items in the mudroom or the closet. I think it’d be great for little things like hats, scarves, and mittens as well. And I will finally get my shoes off of the floor!

Garage Shoe Storage

Organizing Once you have your plan and you’ve selected your storage options, it’s time to start getting things back in order. Here are some ideas. Step 1 Keep lawn and garden tools off the floor with an adjustable K-rail wall system. To install the K-rail tracks, mark your studs, drill holes, and attach with screws. Then add hooks to hang tools. The open floor space underneath is a great spot for your mower or wheelbarrow.If you’re still struggling for space, consider buying a garden shed and moving the yard tools and supplies there. Shop Outdoor Storage Step 2 Use hanging rails for sports gear too. Baskets are available for balls, and hooks can be used for bats. Hooks are also great for hanging bikes out of the way during colder months. When summer rolls around, use a small rack on the floor so you can grab and go.Shop Sports Storage Step 3 The traditional workbench is ideal for weekend projects. Low cabinets can be multifunctional by adding a top for use as a workbench. Use versatile pegboard for a custom layout of hand tools and storage containers. Outline the tools on the pegboard to indicate when something is missing. Use drawers for small tools and cabinets for larger items. Some cabinets even have locks for added security and safety. If children are in the home, consider locking cabinets for storing combustibles or tools that could be dangerous.Shop Tool Storage & Work Benches Step 4 Other items that you use frequently can be stored on open wire shelves. Just keep them around eye level or lower for easy access. Overhead shelving attaches to your ceiling joists with bolts, keeping less frequently used items out of the way. They’re ideal for seasonal items. When storing your belongings, use plastic bins so you can easily see what’s inside and keep everything dust-free. Shop Overhead Storage Step 5 Place your trash and recycling bins within easy reach from the house. Keep a clear path to the outside so you can easily move them to the curb.

Garage Shoe Storage

Find a corner Corner shoe storage. Design to Dwell I also realize some garages don't have much extra space and some people don't want a bunch of shoes collecting in their garage, these corner shelves are simple and they will limit the amount of shoes you will have accumulating at your door. An inexpensive option, maybe not as versatile as some of the rest, but still very functional.

Garage Shoe Storage

Slatwall is versitile and diverse Slatwall shoe storage. Flow Wall Storage Solutions Slatwall is completely versatile and the accessories can be changed without much work. Shoes can be organized on wire racks, shelves, in baskets, or on hooks. Panels and accessories can be easily found online at places like Amazon.com, FixtureDepot.com, and Handisolutions.com.

Garage Shoe Storage

3-Tier Driftwood Folding Shoe Rack Description: Keep your favorite shoes organized and accessible with this fashionable wooden rack. Three shelves give you generous storage space, and its sturdy design lets you stack an additional rack on top. Convenient and simple to set up, it folds flat for easy storage. View Product close

PVC is inexpensive and easy PVC Shoe Storage. I on Decoration PVC Pipe is easy to find at your local hardware store and they're usually happy to make cuts for you making this an easy DIY project. iondecoration.com took the extra step and made this project decorative but it's not necessary for it to be functional. The only thing this system is lacking is a place for boots. Still great if you're looking for a spot to keep the shoes you use for yard work, golfing, or sports out of your way.  

Wire shelving for open and visible storage Rubbermaid Shoe Shelves. Rubbermaid.com Maybe you like the idea of things off the floor and want to see all of your shoes, wire shelving is a great option if that's your preference. Easy to install, completely adjustable for boots, flats, kids' sizes, etc. and affordable. You can find this Rubbermaid system at Lowe's or directly through Rubbermaid.com. 

If you have shoes in the garage, you can build your own system to store these shoes and keep them off the floor. This is a great idea for those who have muddy shoes or rain boots. Not only does it keep these items out of the house, the storage system keeps them neat and tidy in the garage and building it is relatively easy. You just need a few boards and other supplies and a day or two to devote to the project. Via – Ourhomefromscratch

Old shoes. Old and worn shoes often find their way to garage storage. My clients tell me they purchase a new pair of running shoes, hiking boots, snow or rain boots, and athletic shoes and put the old ones in the garage.

Bookshelves are great for organizing just about anything and you can use them to keep your shoe collection tidy as well. If you have room to build in the bookshelf in the closet, great. If not, you can just keep your shoes organized on the shelf in your bedroom or master bath – just wherever you have the room for it. Consider building it into the bedroom wall to save space and have the perfect place to keep shoes and other accessories organized. Via – Pinterest originals

This thing holds so many shoes! It’s wonderful for organizing the closet, and will fit perfectly on the shelf above where I currently hold my shoes. You can easily get five or six pair on each section, and there are three sections, so you can imagine how many shoes you can organize. It took a bit of time to put together, but once I got it done, it’s as sturdy as any shoe shelf I’ve seen, and it’s lightweight but still durable enough to hold heavier shoes and boots.

Steal space from inside your walls – In this home, the contractor recessed shelves into a thick wall in the master bedroom, creating an easily accessible shoe wardrobe. This setup is rigged so that lights turn on whenever the doors are opened.

Description: Keep your favorite shoes organized and accessible with this fashionable wooden rack. Three shelves give you generous storage space, and its sturdy design lets you stack an additional rack on top. Convenient and simple to set up, it folds flat for easy storage.

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