501 Summer St.
Stamford, CT 06901
Feb 272014

Thrifty Thursday Find: February 27, 2014

SHOE OVERLOAD! The saying goes that you can never have too many shoes, and while this statement may be correct for you, Treasure Hunters needs your help! We’ve just received a huge collection of heels of all colors and shapes, that are perfect for adding to your closet. Heels will always be a part of the fashion world that never go out of style and can complement a well-coordinated outfit. Whether you’re looking for business heels or party heels, we have them all here begging to be worn. If you’re worried about how you can possibly fit even one more pair of shoes in your closet without a complete shoe avalanche happening, we’re here to help. Check out these DIY ideas to store your shoes in the most cost AND space effective way. There should never be an excuse to limit your shoe collection!

1. Crown Molding


Source: HGTV

We love how this elegant blue detailed crown molding mounted on the wall doubles as a shoe rack.


2. Shoe Ladder


Source: Family Corner

Who says ladders are only used for climbing to higher places? Now we can use them for shoes. For all of the business women out there, we love this office inspired decor piece that successfully hangs and displays your heels.

3. Towel Racks


Source: Home Idea Maker

If you love the crown molding idea but want something less noticeable to hang on the wall, a towel rack is a perfect solution. They can be easily found in any hardware section in multiple colors and styles to match your home.


4. Wire Hangers


If you’re looking for the most cost effective way to organize your overloaded shoe collection, wire hangers are the best solution. Cut the hangers and bending the ends upwards to create a curve that your shoe can rest on.  This method can save you a ton of space and money. Once the shoes are dangling from the ends of the hanger, you can easily place the hanger into your closet just like any other clothing item.

Happy Hunting!  For more shoe storage ideas check out our Pinterest board.


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