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5 Ways to Store Your Shoes Collection  
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Wednesday, 15 November, 2017 | 10:52 WIB
5 Ways to Store Your Shoes Collection  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Many people love to spend their money on shoes or other types of footwear. People would often run out of shelve or cabinet space to keep their shoes.

If you feel like you are facing this problem, then this list is for you. Here are several practical ways to store your shoe collection.

1. Hang your high heels

For you who collects high heel shoes, you actually have the alternative to store them vertically on your wall. The heels can act as a natural hook to a towel rack or any type of vertical rack.

2. Place it inside your closet

This is for anyone who has a wardrobe cupboard that still has unused space. You can place your shoe collection neatly at the bottom of your closet or any empty space available.

3. Store it in its shoebox

Storing your shoes in its original shoebox or container can be the most practical way to tidy your collection. Containers can prevent your shoes from collecting dust or worse, spiderwebs.

4. Stack shoes heel-to-toe

If you have shoe rack or cupboard that is getting tight in space, you can keep your shoes in a more efficient way by stacking the same pair of shoes in a heel-to-toe position rather than placing the pair of shoes side-by-side.

5. Build a shoe rack under your stairs

This alternative may need a little extra effort since you will have to construct a rack that fits in th empty space under the stairs. But make sure that the place is not moist, since moist will cause your shoes to get covered in mold.




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