Trying to find a place to store your footwear? Shoe racks are a great solution. There are many clever options on the market in a range of sizes, from shorter shelves that can easily be tucked into your closet to wood-topped organizers perfect for a decorative hallway piece if your square footage is limited. The type of shoe rack you choose will depend on how many pairs you need to store and the amount of space you’re working with. To help you find the perfect fit, FN has rounded up some of the best shoe racks designed to fit a range of needs and floor plans. Shop them all ahead.
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1. Seville Classics 3-Tier Shoe Rack
Able to store up to nine pairs of shoes, this iron and resin rack offers ultra-durable storage.
Pros: The espresso finish is sleek and corrosion-resistant; it features screw-in leveling feet that can easily be adjusted for stability on uneven surfaces. The frame folds away for easy storage. No tools are required to assemble it.
Cons: Lower racks aren’t tall enough to accommodate ankle and taller boot styles.
2. Honey-Can-Do Bamboo Shoe Shelf
This three-tier bamboo shoe rack organizer from Honey-Can-Do offers a stylish look in any bedroom or entryway.
Pros: Since bamboo is easily renewable, this is an environmentally-friendly option. This rack holds up to twelve pairs of adult-size shoe and features a lifted edge keeps shoes from sliding off.
Cons: The bamboo material makes this shoe rack more fragile than a metal product.
3. Simple Houseware Shoe Rack
Storing up to 20 pairs, this shoe rack from Simple Houseware has a metal construction with polyester fabric shelves.
Pros: Coming in both four and six-tiered options, this rack is customizable as you can remove a panel to build into a two-tier or three-tier rack, for example, to accommodate for taller shoes. The shelves are also removable and washable for continued clean use.
Cons: The fabric shelves may not be as sturdy as metal or wooden shelves.
4. Songmics 10 Tiers Shoe Rack
Songmics makes its shoe rack with durable iron pipes, high-quality connectors and waterproof non-woven fabric tiers.
Pros: This rack can hold exceptionally more shoes than most three-tier shoe racks with its ten shelves storing up to 50 pairs. The unit also easily snaps together into three-tier or five-tier shoe racks to fit various spaces.
Cons: The shelves may not fit high heels or tall boots unless you remove a layer.
5. Bextsware Shoe Rack
Bextsware offers both three-tier and four-tier versions of this metal shoe rack.
Pros: An iron frame delivers strength and stability with each shelf holding up to 30 pounds but can also fold flat for easy storage. They’re also stackable if you decide you need to purchase more for all your shoes.
Cons: There is only six-inches between shelves.
6. Vasagale Shoe Rack
This trendy, industrial-looking style offers five- tiers of storage space.
Pros: The top shelf of this rack is an engineered wood surface, making it ideal for entryways and other more public spaces in your home. Four open shelves with dense iron mesh offer lots of space to store your footwear. With adjustable feet, you can fix this rack to the height you need to be able to sit on all types of floors.
7. Stndrd Bamboo Shoe Rack
This shoe rack from Stndrd comes in a flat package box containing four already assembled tiers of bamboo.
Pros: Bamboo is a renewable resource, making this product more environmentally-friendly. The four shelves hold sneakers, sandals and more with the colorway looking perfect in any room.
Cons: This shoe rack has the smallest width from the products selected and holds fewer pairs.