Robeson Design Fabulous Shoe Storage

Shoes, shoes, more shoes! Glamourous closet fit for the best of us in shoe procurement. Master closets come in all shapes and sizes, This Master closet is not only organized, Its a dream closet! Custom built-ins of solid walnut grace this closet, complete with pull down garment rod. No need for a ladder here! Wood floors set the stage and a full length mirror reflects the oval shaped ottoman and Capiz Chandelier while the full wall of shoe and boot storage gives this closet all the glam it can take!

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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What Are the Ideal Wardrobe Measurements?9 August 2018

8. Shoe shelvesAllow a height of 6-7 inches for each shoe shelf. This is enough for keeping high-heeled sandals and shoes, flat shoes, running shoes or even shoes that are stored in boxes.If you want to make provision for storing long boots, then go for a section with a height of around 18-20 inches.The depth of shoe cabinets should be approximately 15 inches.Read more:What are the Best Material Finishes for Wardrobes?Wardrobe Guide: Hinged vs. Sliding DoorsTell us: What are the problem areas in your wardrobe? Share your experience in Comments below.

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Sam Ferris added this to Closet Secrets: 7 Custom Details to Consider5 March 2018

If you own boots, ensure that some of your shelves and cubbies are high enough to fit them. Ankle-high boots normally start at 3 inches high, while mid-calf and knee-high boots can range from 9 to 17 inches high.

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Fran Parker added this to Closet9 June 2020

Storage rules article and shoe space

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jomac444 added this to Shoe Closet13 December 2019

This would be OK as you could move things along sideways

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