Hold order at bay at home it can be an odyssey, especially if space is limited and we tend to accumulate all kinds of things. The good news is that today there are practical solutions for almost everything, even if our organization They shine by their absence.
We could spend the day looking for Marie Kondo mantras to organize the house, but today we are going to focus on one thing in particular: the shoe rack. That sanctuary for many shoe lovers that can be a nightmare if we don’t stop expand our collection and we are not particularly neat.
a place with limited space but that, well understood, can cover almost as many pairs of shoes as Carrie’s wardrobe… we were always amazed at how the protagonist of Sex and the City optimized the space, how did she manage to store so many Manolo’s in such a small wardrobe? .
The truth is that we do not imagine the most glamorous of the big apple using this gadget from Ikea, although who knows, maybe it was one of their best kept secrets. What is clear is that for us this small tool is a true ally because its double platform allows us to place our pair of shoes on top of each other, thus optimizing space and ensuring that they are not stepped on or damaged. The best thing is that it is available for only 2 euros.
SKOSTALL Shoe cabinet, black, 11x19x27 cm
an extra shelf
But if that doesn’t seem like much to you and you’re looking for something more interesting to take advantage of double the space in the closet, you can always add an extra shelf – yes, without complicated works, nothing permanent – with this folding Grejig that we found at Ikea for 4 euros.
GREJIG Shoe rack, grey, 58x27x17 cm
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Photos | @ninasandbech, Ikea.