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How to Make a Shoe Rack >> http://www.hgtv.com/decorating-basics/how-to-build-a-shoe-rack-for-your-closet/index.html?soc=pinterest

How to Build a Shoe Rack for Your Closet

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20 Ways to Organize Your Bedroom Closet

Having a small closet does not have to be a bad thing. Use these 5 tips to help you organize and make the most out of your closet

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Make your boots stand up straight with just a file folder. Now I know what to do with all those old file folders! Now all my boots stand up straight!

i love this idea for organizing jewelry as well as a great way to decorate a bathroom or bedroom.

Creating a Practical and Beautiful Jewelry Display

A rake attached to back of door holds an array of necklaces + other ideas to find extra storage space in every room of the house.

25 Ways to Store Shoes in Your Closet | HGTV

25 Shoe Organizer Ideas

Various Shelf Heights Maximize Space - 25 Ways to Store Shoes in Your Closet on HGTV mirrored shoe closet Louboutins

A piece of wood, some paint, a bit of cord and some raised paint to write with.

Storage Ideas for Small Spaces. Cute idea near back door at lake. Could buy "spare" sunglasses for guests who forget theirs. "you're future is so bright, you gotta wear shades"

10 diy shoe storage solutions

10 DIY Shoe Storage Solutions ~ There are some cost-effective supplies to create shoe holders. Cardboard - Wood seems to be best ~ allows shoes to breathe.

Shoe Storage Ideas: Creative, Attractive, Functional Options | HGTV

Shoe Storage Ideas

a solution for an 8 x unused area of closet just inside door. Using pinewood boards constructed eight-foot tall shelving to house more than 70 pairs of shoes and pairs of boots, making the most of the eight inches between the doorframe and wall.