Designing a good footwear exhibit is not always an easy task, especially because there are so many factors to take into consideration, like the height of your shelves or walls.
Have a hard time deciding on a display idea for your shoes? Well, we’ve got the inside scoop on the best ways to maximize your shoe displays! From clothing racks and chest protectors to shoe trees and mannequins, we’ll cover everything you need to know in order to make your display stand out from the rest.
This blog post is about shoe display ideas. I will go over how to set up various displays that can help you showcase your shoes, as well as some tips on how to use the space you have for maximum shoe display potential. Let’s get started!
1. Diy Shoe Wall
This is an excellent approach to showcase shoes that you like or wish to flaunt. It includes a shoe rack and fabric panels. You could also use this idea as an art gallery and put pictures of shoes on the walls.
2. Cute Little Pipe Pvc Shoe Rack Football
If you want more room, or if you have a really tall rack, then it is time for some pipe Pvc shoe racks. They’re simple to make and require only basic tools like saw and drill. You can also either paint them or leave them natural to match your room decor.
3. Build Shoe Rack Your Closet
If you need a new shoe storage idea, consider building a rack to mount in your closet after buying some simple barn wood planks. They’re easy to build and come in a variety of shapes and sizes for any type of closet. Plus, they double as shelves!
4. DIY Bench
Easy to build and much cheaper than a store-bought shoe rackCreate a DIY shoe shelf by building a simple bench with three shelves in it. This way, you have the benefit of being able to sit down comfortably while putting on your shoes. You can either buy or scavenge lumber from local stores or spend one lazy Saturday morning building the bench yourself. The cost will be around $30-$60, depending on how much wood you need.
5. Shoe Cubby Organizer Made of Reclaimed Wood
This shoe cubby organizer is made of reclaimed wood, which means it is sturdy and can be built in any size desired. It only takes a few hours to build and costs under $30.
6. DIY Lndustrial Style Built In Shoe Rack
Stain and paint your wood, so it matches the room decor. Cut the boards to the desired length and nail them together with either nails or screws along one side of each board to create a shelf for your shoes. Then you can easily flip the rack around to access shoes on different levels depending on their height and depth.
7. Repurposed Crown Molding Shoe Rack
This is the perfect idea for anyone who likes to organize things and doesn’t have much space. It’s also a quick, easy and cheap way to give your old shoes a new home.
Expect to spend around $20 on supplies plus an hour of your time.
8. DIY Sandal And Flip Flop Hangers
Hang flip-flops on hangers with rubber bands, binder rings, or just stretch them over the top of a hanger. This way, they stay out of your floor space and are always within reach. And don’t forget to keep sandals off the ground with this shoe shelf idea!
9. DIY Wooden Peg Shoe Organizer
A shoe organizer is not just for keeping your footwear organized but will also act as a decoration in your home. This project can be done quickly, and without any special tools, so you can spend more time enjoying what you have! The pegboard design will help keep your shoes in pristine condition, as well. Of course, there are easy ways to make this project even more sturdy by adding extra pegs or making it into a freestanding DIY wood rack.
10. Wooden Spinning Shoe Carousel
This shoe shelf is a unique way of displaying your shoes and decorating your space. It’s a DIY project that can easily be made by you. All you need is three wooden feet, measuring tape, dowel rods, and 30-40 minutes of time to make this beautiful piece of home decor.
11. DIY Space Saving Repurposed Cardboard Shoe Rack
Instead of throwing them away, repurpose a shoe rack into a shelf to save space in your home. It’s easy! All it takes is some cardboard, your old shoes or sandals, and some tape. This project is perfect for when you have too many pairs of shoes but not enough space in the closet.
12. Repurposed Wooden Crate Shoe Rack
This can be as simple as using a wooden crate (a shoe box will work, too) and stacking your shoes up to make a little storage shelf. This is perfect for those who live in smaller apartments or houses with limited space.
13. Basket Weave Shoe Rack
If you prefer to use baskets, this woven style is the perfect option! I love the idea of all of my most worn shoes on one side of the room and my less used ones on the other side.
14. DIY Hallway Command Center And Shoe Organizer
You will need to see what size shelves you want to use for your shoes. If you are using regular bookshelves, measure the length of your shoes. If you are using smaller shelves, measure the width and height of each shelf. When measuring width or height, do not forget to include the thickness of each shelf so that it can hold all sizes of the shoe.
15. Horseshoe Boot Organizer
A shoe holder that is both practical and stylish. This is a great way to store and display your shoes, especially if you live in an apartment or condo. The design is simple and modern. With the DIY shoe shelf ideas, you can build your own shoe rack without tools and spend only about $10!
16. DIY Ladder Shoe Rack
A shoe rack is a useful addition to any home for the occasional shopper. This particular design is made from rungs of wood, galvanized aluminum, and metal brackets. It’s sturdy enough to handle your shoes, and it only requires two sheets of plywood.
17. DIY Floating Entryway Shoe Rack
This shoe rack is the perfect addition to a floating entryway. It’s a simple, no-fuss solution to the clutter of shoes on your floor, and it was designed with longevity in mind.If you’re looking for an easy-to-make, inexpensive way to store your overflowing closet of shoes while still displaying them on display, this DIY shoe rack is perfect! You can make one yourself at an affordable cost that will last for years.
18. Repurposed Paint Bucket Shoe Holders
Got a few old paint buckets lying around, but not enough of them to make a full shelf? Good news—you can still make one! All you need to do is cut out the top, set up your buckets spaced evenly apart, and voila! You’ve made your own custom shoe rack.
19. DIY Shoe Rack From an Old Dresser
A lot of DIY shoe rack ideas might involve you cutting out slits and holes in a large, old dresser. However, that takes time, effort, and money. This is an easy and fast DIY option for organizing and displaying your shoes(you’ll only need two items: an old dresser or dresser) that will give your closet space some much-needed love.
20. Repurposed Pallet Shoe Rack
One of the easiest shoe rack ideas is to use a repurposed pallet. Pallets are sturdy and easy to find, which means that it is simple to find one that will do the job.
You will need some basic carpentry skills, but this project is very straightforward. Just remove the planks on the sides until you have created shelves. If necessary, remove any of the cross beams so your shoes can hang off them securely.
21. Tension Rod Shoe Rack Diy
This tension rod shoe rack is one of the more straightforward methods. The tension rod is attached to the ceiling with one end and the wall with the other. You then layer a shoe organizer that fits your shoes on top of it. The tension rod secures the shoe organizer in place and prevents it from falling.
22. Rack For Hanging Clothes Converting To A Shoe Rack
A hanging garment rack can be converted into a shoe rack. This is a wonderful alternative for people looking to organize their closet, garage, or any other place that may have an unused hanging clothing rack. This procedure is also applicable to various sorts of apparel in your houses, such as coats, jackets, and sweaters.
23. Huge Built-In Shoe Shrine
Building a shoe collection and don’t have the space for it in your room? No worries! With this simple hack, you can create an enormous built-in shoe shrine in your room. If you want to be really crafty, add some shelves so you can stash away all of those purses and sweaters galore.
24. DIY Shoe Cabinet
Build an extra-large shoe cabinet inside a closet or behind a door. Sand the door and paint it to match the rest of your room, then add some dowel supports depending on how many shoes you own.
If you want to be super fancy, get yourself some wood veneer and add decorative grooves by tracing the laces of your favorite kicks.
25. Repurposed Plastic Suctioned Shoe Holders
Craft some plastic suctioned shoe holders. Use the hooks in the back to hold your shoes. These will look great on a wall or tile, and they can also be useful when they are not on the wall or tile, as these work on any flat surface, so you can use them in your entryway over a shoe return or as a DIY planter shelf!