We've seen lots of creative DIY shoe storage on Apartment Therapy, but if you prefer to shop for readymade solutions, here are 12 good options. Six are on the high end (inspiration for a project, perhaps?) and six clock in under the $100 mark.
High-End: Over $100
The Shoe Box by Kristalia is a universal wall cabinet. The inside can be customized with the shelves of your choosing, and it can be mounted horizontally or vertically on the wall. Available in aluminum or white lacquer, it will set you back about $1,900.
Swedish store Asplund makes this Snow Cabinet C, which sells for around €1,800. A combination of open and closed storage with drawers of different sizes makes this a multifunctional piece that can be used in an entryway, bedroom, closet, or living space.
Design Within Reach
Designed by London studio J-Me, this Horizontal Shoe Rack mounts to the wall and keeps your floors clean while protecting the wall from shoe scuffs. Made from brushed stainless steel, it comes in 2 lengths and sells for $110 - $165.
This Italian company has showrooms throughout the US, where you can purchase their custom closet systems. The Ubik walk-in closet features an extractable shoe cabinet (shown left) with wood-front drawers. Pricing varies by project, but it's definitely on the high end ($$$).
The Girilla Shoe Rack by Porada is a new design, currently available in Europe. It's a mirrored, wall-mounted cabinet on hinges, which open up to reveal 12 adjustable shelves. The frame is made from canaletto walnut, and the cabinet sells for £2,440.
They make custom built-in shoe storage systems, and pricing varies from project to project. Although most designs come in over the $1,000 mark, their local consultants can sometimes come up with budget solutions under $1k, depending on your space requirements.
Mid-Range & Budget Options: Under $100
Photo: Ubik Shoe Storage from Poliform