How to keep your shoe addiction under control
I don’t know the dictionary meaning of the term shoe-addict, but I do know that if you have more shoes than the number of days in a year, most people will suggest you control your buying spree. Now I don’t have an extravagant closet for just shoes in my house (though I had suggested converting the attic into my personal wardrobe, which was duly rejected and mocked at).
So I decided that what you can do is to opt for better organizational skills so that you can manage your shoes better. For instance, invest in shoe cabinets that will help you keep your shoes in a better way. It will also mean that you will be a little less guilty about having too many shoes. Now I don’t think you should have one cabinet for each day of the week, but you can have a couple of them too keep your formals and casuals separately.
Check out a five shelf storage cabinet to organize your shoes with this convenience. The durable shoe cabinet and dresser holds up to 20 pairs of walking shoes and there are another two top drawers are great for storing your socks, shoelaces and more. This one from Overstock is available in different colors to match your home ambience.
If you have a separate closet space or wardrobe space, then opt for a revolving shoe rack, like this one from Whitney Design. The revolving chrome shoe tree has the space to store eighteen pairs of shoes in less than a foot of space on vertical. It features an adjustable height three tier, revolving rack that fits neatly into any corner. All your shoes fit with ease, sans scuffed or crushed shoes due to stacking!
So the next time you feel that there’s not enough space for your shoes, opt for these solutions for enhanced organizational skills and less worries about buying too much!