moulding as shoe rack

If you have a walk-in robe or dressing room, well screw you I mean lucky you.

Amp up the glamour and storage by picture rail or using cornice moulding as shoe racks.

From House to Home.


21 Responses

  • Have you seen the rustic-y ladder shoe racks. Also a chic use of vertical storage space. Plus, I like seeing my shoes.

    • Oh yes, way cool!

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    • Great common sense here. Wish I’d thought of that.

  • What a fab idea! If I only had a walk-in closet…in a place I wasn’t renting. A girl can dream! :) Thanks for the post!

    • I’m not a renter but I don’t have the space to do this so I’m dreaming too, Rose! Welcome to Australia, by the way, hope you are settling in well.

  • Brilliant!!

  • Carmen

    can you please give me details of dimensions of moulding and how it is placed on the wall. Absoutely love this concept and want to replicate design.
    Thanks Carmen

    • Hi Carmen, check out the link in the post, they should have further instructions. Good luck!

  • Niki T

    Just a warning to folk on this… It is indeed a great idea, and I deployed it for my stilletoes by simply using ‘no more nails’ glue and some coving, providing fab storage for around 40 pairs of heels on the side of my wardrobe…

    GREAT, til you brush against them in passing, then you get a somewhat lethal ‘stilletoes waterfall’ that is akin to an Indiana Jones booby trap! (I have to do some nifty footwork to avoid impaled feet!!)

    So my hint is:
    1. DON’T deploy this in an area you are going to walk closely by
    2. Ensure the coving is a good angle that the shoes do not fall off easily (take some with you to the hw store, practice with a few… not all my heeled shoes will hang off these.

    Saying that though, I love this solution. Looks fabulous, and an AMAZING space saver! (also helped me clear out my shoes, as having them on clear visual display like this really sorts out the wheat from the chaff shoe wise!
    I recycled all those ones I had kept as ‘spares’, and e-bayed the ridiculously high ones that crippled me that I had hung onto like a bad boyfriend!)

    • Thanks so much for your hilarious and informative input Niki! I am imagining you doing a little dance trying to get your feet out of the way of falling stiletto heels…. not to mention taking a handful of shoes into the hardware store to measure up!

  • Niki T

    I am not sure which type is recommended for the best ‘grip’… but here’s a cornice website…

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