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"I have no room in my closet so I keep all my shoes in a wicker basket under my desk. It's also more convenient for midday blisters." - Amanda Letchko, Fashion Assistant
"I'm in love with the idea of using shoes as wall art, like how blogger Victoria Tornegren does in her bedroom. All you need is a simple shelf." - Samantha Bolton, Photo Research Associate Photo via Instagram
"I hit my shoe-disorganization bottom when I left the house and realized I was wearing two different shoes. That's when I got this genius 'shoe pod.' I love that my shoes are off the floor, it's small enough to fit in my tiny closet, and the see-through compartments are adjustable so they accommodate everything from flip-flops to platforms. Plus, it has wheels, so I can easily move it from one closet to another. Sometimes I'll wheel it out just so I can assess my collection (I have way too many black flats!)." - Liz Kiernan, Special Sections Director
"I love the Rubbermaid HomeFree series—aka a city dweller's dream. It's an affordable closet kit that's adjustable in size and comes with tons of shelving options for my footwear (and clothes!). The shoe brackets for this kit are slightly slanted upward so that my shoes are organized and displayed nicely." - Adrianna Barrionuevo, Associate Fashion Credits Editor
"I used to line up all my shoes along my floor as if I was prepping for a shoot—but before long, I ran out of floor space! Plus, the dust situation was a total nightmare. Last year, I figured out that by placing a multi-tiered shoe rack from Bed Bath & Beyond on the top shelf of each of my apartment's bizarrely narrow-yet-tall closets, I could create tons more storage room in seconds and keep my precious pairs lint-free at the same time. I can't believe all that vertical space used to go unused!" - Elana Fishman, Senior Digital Editor
"The end tables in my apartment are actually hollow and make the best storage for shoes when they're out of season." - John Jannuzzi, Contributing Digital Editor
"I have two of these large plastic bins under my bed, one filled with heels and the other with flats. I slide them out in the morning when I'm getting dressed and want to try on eight different pairs, and then afterwards I don't have to do any meticulous sorting to put them back. I just scoop the heels into their bin, the flats into theirs, and slide them both back underneath the bed. It's not the prettiest storage method, but it's so easy that it actually works." -  Natalie Matthews, Digital Fashion Writer
"I don't like to use shoe racks (Is it just me, or do heels always seem to fall off of those things? And where exactly are you supposed to place your boots?!), so I put all my shoes on actual shelving. I love the ones from the Container Store because, depending on the size of your closet, you can either stack them on top of each other or do what I did and have each set of shelves sit right next to each other across the bottom of your closet. The result: rows and rows of neatly organized, totally visible shoes!" - Ali Sherbach, Special Sections Editor