You're done tripping over everyone's sneakers as soon as you walk in the door.
A bench is hardly just a bench when it doubles as decorative shelving. in the deep cubbies Hidden under the warmly stained wooden top.
Baskets are shelves' best friends: They help corral your crew's footwear in easy-grab compartments, but are also deep enough to ensure shoelaces won't peek out the top.
If you love your pumps, try a wire mesh shoe grid, which keeps your floors clear and your prettiest pairs on display.
Families full of shoe addict will like this option. Plus, the tidy little cubbies create a surprisingly decorative geometric pattern.
An organizer with painted-on numbers gives family member's shoes (and other miscellaneous items) a home — and diffuses situations that often start with screams of "no, that's mine!"
Even this crafty blogger admits some organizers are better bought than DIY'ed — like this slim from IKEA.
Guests don't get the memo to kick off their shoes upon entering, so label a pretty bin with the clear message. Bonus points if it can be neatly tucked under a bench or table.
A shoe tray keeps grass, rainwater, and dirt — basically everything you don't want on your floor — confined to a small space that you can easily dump out. Filled with pebbles, the tray can also help pull water away from boots, so they don't sit in a puddle.
This chevron patterned storage bench offers a place for your family to sit while they take off their shoes, and a space where they can stash them.