Looking for stylish storage ideas for shoes? If you're tired of the struggle to find a matching pair or simply want to create a little more order in your hallway, the answer should be, yes.
Whether you're looking for a shoe storage cabinet that will fit your bedroom aesthetic; a sturdy hallway bench with shoe storage capacity or a simple shoe storage box that can tucked away under the bed, our pick of the best shoe racks are here to help you cut down on clutter while giving your stylish shoes the home they deserve.
Top tip: When it comes to dimensions, our advice is to make peace with the size of your collection – don’t make a conservative estimate and be stuck with too-small shoe storage.
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Those whose style is industrial inspired will love John Lewis’ Calia collection – it's the meeting of form and function, trend and longevity. Probably best kept for a smaller household, three sizeable compartment offer ample storage space while an oak top offers a spot for sitting down to change shoes. This handsome storage unit gets top marks from us.
This on-trend copper shoe rack adds beautiful warmth to a scheme, making it a storage solution that you certainly won’t want to hide away in the under-stairs cupboard. Its all-over metal design and angled legs with protective rubber feet to avoid scratching hardwood floors are all nice touches, especially considering the comparatively low price. If you want a stylish modern option but don’t want to stretch to solid wood, this Alana Shoe Rack from Made is it.
With its almost 'found' feel, this Vintage-look Hallway Unit from Maisons du Monde would make the perfect finishing touch to an eclectic entryway or mudroom. Each of the four compartments in this industrial style unit has its own label holder, allowing you to customise your cubbies at will. The flat bench surface means extra sitting space to tie laces comfortably, or room for bags. It’s up to you.
Looking for an easy, budget friendly option? Versatile and customisable, the Tjusig storage racks from Ikea can be stacked on top of each-other or expanded side to side. Despite being and inexpensive option, they're still relatively good-looking, with mirror-shine silver spindles for storing everything from flats to stilettos.
Keep shoes out of sight with an in-wardrobe hanging shoe shelf. Maximising vertical space, it offers the best trade-off on our list between space taken up and capacity offered. One unit offers space for up to 10 pairs of shoes, though you could easily fit a couple into a standard wardrobe if your collection is on the larger side. Mesh pockets at the side for socks and laces are a thoughtful touch, too.
The simple handleless design, slimline construction and stylish matt grey finish of this sleek shoe storage cabinet means it can blend in easily to bedrooms or dressing rooms, with each drawer offering storage for three or four single-layer pairs of shoes.
If you like the fuss-free design of Ikea’s Tjusig shoe stand, but it looks a little rough and ready for your tastes, the Remmi bench from Habitat is a more sophisticated alternative. Made from durable rubberwood and complete with a panelled wood bench that's perfect for perching while putting on wellies, it’s a great choice for a mudroom.