Where there's a little room, often there's a way to boost storage space. For this dressing room redo, designer Courtney Blaymore created a space for double hanging as well as a shoe wall to showcase her client's many pairs of shoes. The result: no more desperate searching for that one perfect outfit.
One entire wall of actress Tiffani Thiessen's modern walk-in closet is devoted to an impressive collection of shoes. The space is neutral to allow the bright colors of clothing and accessories to pop. A center island is a handy spot to store jewelry, perfume and more.
This walk in closet features floor-to-ceiling shoe wall with shelving to both display and consolidate shoes. A decorative traditional chandelier adds a feminine flair to the sleek, stylish design. White marble flooring adds a polished finish.
Bring new life to your old household items. Amanda of A Lovely Place to Land transformed an old wooden thread rack into a clever storage solution for kids' shoes. Display the rack on a dresser or mount it on a wall to save space. Arrange shoes by type and color to make it easy to find what you need.
In this large walk-in closet, shoes line shelves along one wall, while clothing, accessories and framed photos sit on open-faced shelving on the adjacent wall. The shelves and drawers help make the closet an ideally organized space.
Susan Brunstrum not only added an elegant style to this Park City, Utah vacation home, but she solved storage problems as well. In this mudroom, she situated a rustic bench for shoes and hung eight small "antler" hooks on the wall for purses, bookbags and jackets.
This modern dressing room is all about organization, with a full wall of customized shoe storage that features both open and closed shelving. The all-white palette allows the colors in the footwear to pop.
Never dig through a tangle of necklaces again. Organize jewelry in a case with a see-through lid like this one and find what you need in an instant. Along the back wall, shoes get plenty of room on open shelves.
A bench by the door in the entry mudroom of this New Hampshire beach house provides a spot to take off sandy shoes, and individual hampers beneath it offer a place to stash flip flops or beach towels. The bold blue wall introduces the color palette that unites each room of the house.