If your closet is on the small side, expandable shoe racks can be a storage game-changer. They can be easily adjusted to fit your space and help reduce shoe clutter. To help ensure you find the right model for your money, FN rounded up some our favorite shoe racks that expand in width and height on the market. We selected picks based on criteria like durability, amount of storage space and level of difficulty to assemble. We’ve also included a range of styles, some with adjustable widths and others that can be stacked or combined horizontally for even more organization possibilities.
1. Seville Classics Expandable Shoe Rack
This expandable shoe rack extends from 25.4 to 46.6 inches wide to hold up to seven shoes per row.
Pros: The chrome finish protects the frame from corrosion in dry environments. The steel crossbars are coated in a non-slip, textured epoxy that keeps shoes from slipping off. It comes with the screws and other tools to put it together seamlessly.
Cons: This one may take a little longer to set up.
2. Whitmor Expandable Shoe Rack
This one features a natural wood frame with chrome metal bars that extend from 25 to 46 inches.
Pros: It can support up to 18 pairs of shoes. It doesn't require any tools to assemble. Multiple racks can be stacked together.
Cons: Shoes without a heel or traction may slip off the bars.
3. Bextsware Expandable Shoe Rack
This rack is crafted from strong, supportive metal that's durable yet lightweight. You can adjust the height of each shelf, or even combine two or more units to create a wider or taller shoe rack.
Pros: It should only take 10 minutes to set up and comes with illustrated instructions and all the screws you need for assembly. You can choose from a bronze or silver finish. The base of each shelf features small perforations that are close together so slim heels don't easily slip through. Each shelf can hold up to 30 pounds and about three to four pairs of shoes. It also includes extra stacking parts.
Cons: Purchasing more than one unit for stacking purposes can be expensive.
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