Private TownhouseContemporary Hallway & Landing, London
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…or design some drawersTo go one step further, you could invest in pull-out cupboards on runners, like these ones by Margot Tsim Interiors. This is particularly useful if the cupboard space is quite deep, as the drawers can be pulled out to give access to items at the back.Here, the drawers have been fitted with sloped shelves for the owners’ shoes.
Don’t underestimate how much shoe storage you’ll needHow many pairs of shoes do you think you own? Four… Five… Ten? If you’re honest with yourself, the number is always higher than you first think and, when you multiply that by the number of people in your household, it’s clear you’re going to need some serious storage to keep them all tidy in a busy hallway.Understairs solutions like the one in this image are wonderful, but equally an upright shoe cupboard or rack that runs along the length of a hallway will help to contain unruly footwear. There are two ways to organise shoes – either by type or by owner. Choose which way seems more logical to you and stick to it, allotting a space for every pair of seasonally appropriate shoes. (The rest will be stored out of sight elsewhere in the house if you followed step one.)