Do you have a shoe organization issue in your home? I have four kids and it seems and endless number of shoes floating around my house. They are everywhere! We live in the northern half of the U.S. so we have all the seasons and need shoes to accomodate each, not to mention sports, church, band and all the other activities that seem to need special shoes. I’ve tackled this issue in my house but wanted to share some amazing ideas with you so that you can tackle it too! Here are 15 DIY Shoe Storage Ideas to inspire you!
Lemon Thistle added some DIY Shoe Storage drawers to her entryway.
Farmhouse Made used old bushel boxes to create this rustic shoe storage.
Handmade Haven built this Hidden Shoe Storage Cabinet that has great storage inside.
Houseful of Handmade used a dropcloth to create this amazing hanging shoe storage.
Make this simple shoe rack from A Bubbly Life.
Create shoe storage inside a closet like I did!
Bitterroot DIY shares a simple shoe tray for those with minimal shoe storage needs.
Create this gorgeous, decorative and functional Hexagon Shoe Rack by Kaleidoscope Living.
The Handyman’s Daughter explains how to build this awesome industrial style DIY Entry bench.
Short on space? This Under the Bed Shoe Storage by Anika’s DIY Life is the perfect solution!
Have more shoes than the average household? Build this Super Sized Shoe Storage rack by Shelly on The House of Wood.
This Easy DIY Shoe Cubby by Brittany Goldwyn would be great shoe storage in any room of the house.
Another industrial style shoe rack by Two Feet First if you’re in need of smaller storage solutions.
Turn some crates into amazing shoe storage like Jaime Costiglio did with this Crate Bench.
Angela Marie Made used the two toned look to create this beautiful modern shoe rack!
I hope you found these ideas helpful! There are some creative and talented people out there in the blogging world, so be sure to let them know if you use their plans! Also, please share this collection on social media if you like it! Pin this image to Pinterest or share using the social media icons on the left.
Happy DIYing! Thanks for reading!