Make It: Turn outgrown baby shoes into holiday ornaments by adding a four-inch section of rope or twine to the shoes' straps, and then tying two small knots to connect the pair. To hang securely, place one shoe on each side of a branch until they hang evenly.
Psst! This plush, microsuede ottoman is secretly storing 10 pairs of shoes within its 20 shoe pockets. Your spouse does not need to know about this. The lid has an anti-slam feature, so you can access your covert shoe stash safely.
Using a mixture of glitter and Mod Podge, you can embellish old shoes to create festive holiday attire. Add ribbon laces for a vintage flair, and use painter's tape to protect the soles of the shoes when applying the glitter mixture.
A hanging shoe system on the back of a closet door is the perfect storage solution for saving space and staying organized. In this space, the bright pink color even coordinates with bedroom accessories.
Look for benches with open shelves when designing your makeshift mudroom – the extra space is ideal for storing grimy shoes and boots that shouldn’t come inside the house. If you have kids, you can also add a labeled bin for each of them to toss sports gear, toys and other belongings.
Give those extra wire hangers you have lying around a purpose by transforming them into a shoe storage apparatus. Savannah of Oh So Pretty the Diaries used pliers and yarn to turn wire hangers into a convenient way to hang her shoes.
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.