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If you're guilty of owning more shoes than you know what to do with, read ahead for this smart space-saving hack.
When I recently found myself sucked in to an IGTV closet tour, I was left not only jealous of the blogger in question's enviable wardrobe and handbag collection, but also inspired by one simple storage trick.
Professional organizer Jamie Grunfeld, aka BetterThanB4_ on Instagram, showed how to stack said blogger's ballet flats, mules, loafers and sneakers neatly using her "new favorite item" from The Container Store.
My new favorite item: shoe space savers from @thecontainerstore. You can save twice the amount of space without using a shoe rack and it’s very easy to assemble! They are also flexible, perfect for small spaces, and adjustable for heels and sneakers too!
A post shared by Better Than B4 (@betterthanb4_) on Jul 11, 2019 at 1:33pm PDT
The efficient hack saves substantial space compared to laying out your footwear side-by-side on a rack. The mini-shelf also keeps your shoes in good condition and ensures they are both easily accessible and visible, versus leaving them jumbled in a shoe bin or under the bed.
Shop: Shoe Holders, $5.99
One impressed reviewer said, "I cannot express just how amazing these little shoe space savers are! I live in an old row home and our closets are very small and shallow. My shoe boxes were absolutely overrunning the entire closet and then some! I bought 3 packs of these and brought them home, desperate for a solution. I could not believe how quickly they cleaned up my closet!"
The convenient purchase is also available in a six pack option.
Shop: Shoe Space Savers Package of 6, $17.99
Another happy five-star reviewer shared, "These shoe space savers made my closet floor look so beautifully organized. I could fit twice the amount of shoes in a small space. Love this product!"
So while we likely can't access all the designer threads that a blogger can, at least we can store our own treasured items like the social media A-list.
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