Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Rack 'em up

Department: Getting Organized

We (ok I) have a lot of shoes. This love is spreading down to the girls and they have just a few too many pairs each. Hey- everyone has to have a passion right? Miraculously my husband survives with 2 pairs of shoes. He may just be trying to make us all look silly.

I need a system but I am not finding anything that I like. I was looking at this because the other 2 white ones like it are SOLD OUT. Why Target.com- why even bother listing product that is sold out? Ridiculous. Does anyone have it? Chime in. thanks



  • From one shoe obsessed house to another, I looked at those cubes when I was putting my daughters room together and I ended up going with the open shelves instead.. I put a link to my post so that you can see. I have them for all of her "dress up shoes" (her shoe collection is out of control) I use big baskets in the playroom under their hooks for all of their "real" shoes.
    Hope this helps! Love your blog!

    By Blogger Luke and Hailie Girl, on Wednesday, November 12, 2008  

  • That is infuriating. Have you checked the big Target down the Northway? I usually head there if something isn't available at one of the normal sized Targets. Lowe's and Home Depot also carry things like this!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, on Wednesday, November 12, 2008  

  • I have those shoe storage units, still not enough for all my shoes. The only problem I have with it is that shoes with really high heels don't fit well, and boots don't fit.

    By Blogger Lisa, on Friday, November 14, 2008  

  • I must be a total slut, because I have the 5 by 5 cube. That's right, it has 25 spaces and it's not the only shoe storage I have! I lay it on its' side, that way the cubbies are wider than they are tall and will easily hold a pair of all but the highest heels in each cubbie.

    By Blogger Pamela, on Thursday, November 20, 2008  

  • I have very similar ones that I got from Target (I think one has 4 rows of "boxes" and one has three rows and a drawer which I store tights and hose in) and I love them. Seriously, when we got new furniture when we moved, this was one of like 4 pieces we saved. Indispensible.

    The only problem is that my beloved boots don't fit in them!

    By Blogger Danielle, on Friday, November 21, 2008  

  • redcartromance...You need to get a life....loser!

    By Blogger the, on Thursday, December 25, 2008  

  • Okay...don't have any help about the shoe rack but I have help about how to fill them. This is why I love Target... I want to kiss the person who designed them and make out with the person that decided to only charge me $30! LOVE IT!


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    By Blogger Irene, on Monday, January 12, 2009  

  • From someone who has 75+ pairs of shoes, those units take up too much space and hold too late. What I have that I love that stores up to 30 pairs of shoes is this: http://rakkudesigns.com/
    Unfortunately, Target does not carry the shoe wheel. However, they have the shoe pods which hold up to 12 pairs, including larger pairs of mens shoes, if needed.


    By Blogger Lynda, on Thursday, January 15, 2009  

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