Since Scott is way taller than Betty, his shoes are on top stored in clear containers with Betty's shoes taking up the middle and bottom shelves. Each individual's shoes are stacked with consideration to frequency of use (less worn shoes go on the bottom). Betty also mentions that the shoes she wears daily don't get a box. Because she knows the probability of returning them to their container is slim, they are lined up on their own shelf for easy access. And even though most of us don't have an entire closet to devote to shoe storage, we love the tools the couple puts to use. Clear containers that stack not only let you see what's stored inside, they save your shoes from the wear and tear of living in a pile on the floor.
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