For a while a shoe rack was a must-have in most homes. But as time went by we started to realize that not having one doesn’t necessarily make shoe storage more functional. Finding the good place for the shoes doesn’t necessarily necessary imply to be a hunch that something could go wrong. There are plenty of shoe hanger ideas to choose from. Today we’re focusing on vertical shoe organizers and we’ve discovered some really cool designs to consider.
1.Cupboard Shoe Storage
This vertical vertical shoe storage system is a chic and modern way to organize your bedroom. As it rolls on wheels and can be wheeled to any height or location you want. It consists of a lift-top lid that keeps the top in place and it can be adapted to fit all sorts of types of spaces and types of shoes.
2. horizontal capital “case” shoe hanger
If you’re short on space and you want something small that doesn’t take up as much storage space, this vertical shoe hanger might be just what you’re looking for. It’s generous and versatile and it keeps both feet uncovered while also taking up little floor space. The hanger is made from metal with a chrome finish and measures 18.2” H x 17.7” W x 8.2” D. It has four vertical bars that can be positioned to fit any height and can even be attached to the underside of a bench and so its dimensions can be adapted based on how you like to use it.
3. vertical shoe hanger
If you’re in the market for a particular type of storage solution that doesn’t require permanent magnets, we have just the thing for you. This particular shelving system has a very detailed design and is perfect for storing and organizing your shoe collection. The vertical design puts the spotlight on a particular area but doesn’t neglect the space that is available. You can attach the shelves to the underside of a bench or you can use it to organize your collection and keep it within arm’s reach.
4. Wire coat rack
If you’re looking for a simple, smaller and more elegant version of a shoe rack and an eye-catching design, you might be interested in what we found on Boxwoodavenue. They’re a reinterpretation of a shoe rack known as a hanger that’s made of metal pipes that have been painted all over and covered in shiny white leather. It’s a simple and raw and gives the shoe rack a lightweight and chic look.
5. Simple mid-century modern bench
Mid-century modern furniture is actually a bunch of DIY projects, although it’s not the easiest to create, especially if you’re really short on time and resources. But once you get started with this type of projects, theilla crafts offers some great inspiration. We can give you a hint regarding the style. The mid-century modern benches are a great example. You’ll see here all the cool designs that you can create with this type of materials and influences.
6. Simple table
There are plenty of examples of simple tables that we could look for and some are quite interesting in this sense. One of them is the Scenery project which was designed by Britto Ivanova based in Stockholm. The cool thing about this table is that it works as a rack, a mail sorter, a bike rack and as an organizer. It has a series of pockets on wooden rods which you can hang items from.
7. Wooden crates
These days we seem to come across lots of beautiful things like this wicker piece of furniture that we immediately picture in our homes. It looks so beautiful in the home and yet it’s actually very simple and versatile. With no need to re-upholster or adjust the furniture, with no need to stop at the stairs for a side bed, this piece is actually not a companion. It can be used as a side table and as a small stool. Its dimensions are 60?H x 60?D x 28?W when assembled. The wood with maple finish was chosen for its beautiful natural grain pattern and multicolored finish. The design is meant to highlight the beautiful grain of the wood and its natural colour variations.