When I was a kid, I could never find my shoes. They lived in a pile in a corner of my room with sparkly flats hidden under soccer cleats and one rain boot whose partner was perpetually missing. Since then, my collection of shoes has only grown larger, but so too has my love of shoe organizers. These handy storage spaces make it so much easier to see what I have at a glance and free up precious floor space in my bedroom and front hall. Of course, there are also tons of different styles and options to choose from depending on your needs—shoe racks, under-bed storage, hanging options, over-the-door sleeves, etc. So to help you find the best shoe organizer for your collection, here are 16 of the best money can buy.
The 17 Best Shoe Organizers for All Your Favorite Footwear (Yes, Including Boots)
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The Best Shoe Racks
1. simple Houseware 4-tier Shoe Rack Storage Organizer
Our Top Pick
This simple four-tier rack can stow up to 20 pairs of shoes and is a breeze to assemble and clean. Want to keep taller boots or heels on this rack? Just remove one of the middle shelves to make more space for your beloved booties. We also love that it’s made using solid shelves, rather than wire racks, so there’s no chance of your heels slipping through spaces or tipping over.
2. songmics 10-tier Shoe Rack
For those who really adore footwear, this 10-tier rack can fit up to 50 pairs of flats, boots, heels and sneakers. The shelves are also adjustable so you can remove one or two to better fit taller styles if need be. Even if you don’t have 50 pairs of kicks to show off, you can also use this rack to store handbags or other large accessories, making it a total no-brainer in our opinion.
3. seville Classics 3-tier Expandable 24-pair Shoe Rack
This sleek, no-fuss design is made from a durable steel that’s easy to clean (just remove the shoes and wipe it down) and won’t stain or discolor over time. It can also be expanded horizontally to best fit the space you’re working with, stretching from 25 inches up to 47 inches in length. It can also be stacked if you find yourself in need of more shelves (we always need more sneakers).
4. simple Trending 5-tier Stackable And Expandable Shoe Rack With Side 6 Shoes Pockets
We love the innovative addition of sleeves on the side of this classic shoe rack design. They’re perfect for slippers, flats or sandals which don’t require as much vertical space as heels, sneakers or boots. Stacking multiple racks or adjusting the shelves themselves makes it easy to build a shoe storage space to fit your needs, even if you’re moving or redecorating.
5. woffit Shoe Organizer
Our Top Pick
This set of two under-bed organizers can fit up to 24 pairs of shoes (12 in each container) and can fit shoes up to a women’s size 12, so those with larger feet won’t have to worry about squashing their favorite Tory Burch flats into a too-small slot. There is also the option to buy a set with one 12-shoe organizer and one boot organizer that fits up to four pairs of boots. The clear plastic top also allows you to easily see what’s been stowed under your bed so you don’t forget about those amazing Tory Burch loafers you bought last fall.
6. storagelab Under Bed Shoe Organizer
StorageLab’s under-bed duo can store up to 24 pairs of shoes. It’s made from a durable woven material with a plastic backing that makes this organizer sturdy enough to stand up on its side if you wanted. But our favorite thing about it is the fact that the shoe dividers are adjustable so you can distribute the space however you please to better fit tall heels, flat sandals, chunky sneakers or even boots. There are also handles on all four sides to make pulling it out and pushing it back under the bed a breeze.
This three-pack of under-the-bed containers was originally designed for clothing, which means the dividers are spaced for things like sweaters rather than flats. And with four handles on three sides, pulling it out to access what you need is a breeze. If you find you don’t need both containers, they each fold up neatly for compact storage.
8. Onlyeasy Under Bed Shoe Organizer
This sturdy shoe organizer comes with two handles on both the side and front, so it can be conveniently pulled in multiple directions. It is also foldable when empty to save space under your bed. And with its transparent design, you can peak at your beloved shoes to your heart's content (up to 24 pairs of them, at that).
9. Homyfort Shoe Organizer
Best Budget Option
Homyfort’s shoe organizers are made from a breathable material so you won’t have to worry about stinking up your whole shoe collection while they’re sitting under your bed. They’re also supported by a sturdy cardboard frame. Heels may be a tight fit in the 24 available shoe slots (12 in each individual container), but flats, sandals, slides and even sneakers should fit beautifully.
10. Whitmor Hanging Shoe Shelves
Best In-Closet Shelves
If you’re hoping to keep all your shoes and clothing neatly stowed away behind your closet door, this hanging cubby organizer is a great minimalist option. Two hooks at the top allow it to hang and slide on any average clothing rod, and there are eight shoe slots to fit all your favorite pairs. The flexible sides do allow for some larger styles, like high heels or chunky sneakers, but generally this is best for flats, loafers and sandals.
11. Simplehouseware Crystal Clear Over The Door Hanging Shoe Organizer
Best Over the Door Hanger
Utilize the space behind your closet or bedroom door with this hanging 24-slot shoe organizer. Slim hooks at the top allow you to still fully close your door, while the clear pockets let you see all your shoes at once. You can even use the slots to stash jewelry, scarves or other small accessories too.
12. Storage Maniac Over The Door Shoe Organizer
Best Stackable Hangers
If you don’t need more than 12 pockets, you can simply hang one of these fabric over-the-door organizers in your closet and use the bottom hooks for handbags or scarves. Or, you can add another set of 12 for a total of 24 shoe slots. Unlike many hanging shoe storage designs, the slots in this Storage Manic set are tilted to better allow for heels, chunky sneakers and even ankle boots.
13. Gorilla Grip Large 24-pocket Shoe Organizer
Best No-Plastic Design
With nine colors to choose from, this lightweight over-the-door shoe storage will blend in with any bedroom decor. Its breathable mesh pockets are gentler on delicate fabrics like suede, velvet and leather, while also allowing for better air flow so your organizer won’t develop an odor over time. You can buy either one 24-slot hanger or splurge on a set of two to hang side by side for even more storage options.
15. Bamfox 2-tier Bamboo Shoe Rack
Best Bamboo Option
For those who love a minimalist design, this bamboo rack is a beautiful and durable option. It can hold up to eight pairs of shoes, but is also designed to easily stack on top of a matching rack if you have more shoes to store. In fact, you can buy it in sets of two or three to be vertically stacked or so you can place them throughout your home for sleek storage in multiple spaces.
16. Closetmaid 8983 Stackable 15-unit Organizer
Best Cubby Holes
This stackable shelving unit is refreshingly easy to put together and can hold up to 15 pairs of shoes. The narrow cubbies are best for pairs of sandals, slides, flats and the like, but taller shoes, like heels or sneakers, still fit well with one shoe per slot. It also comes in black and a chocolatey brown, though we prefer the fresh white hue to brighten up any corner.
17. Songmics Plastic Slot Shoe Rack
This clear plastic set fits up to 15 pairs of shoes, but can be arranged in just about any configuration you like—three straight rows of five, staggered like a staircase or even in two towers with a lower row in between. The lightweight slots are spacious enough to comfortably fit ankle boots and heels, and you can also place taller shoes on top. And if you move to a new space, deconstructing your shelves and reconfiguring them again is a piece of cake.