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GET THE LOOK:
1. APOTHECARY GLASS CABINET Create a boutique-like atmosphere by arranging your shoes in a glass-doored hutch. To figure out how many shoes the cabinet can hold, assume each pair takes up about eight inches across—then do the math.
2. MIXED SHELVES If you need more space, hit up a home-supply store, which can easily cut shelves for you. We love glass—it’s inexpensive but looks luxurious. Don’t forget to pick up spare pegs (bring existing ones with you so you can match the size) to place them on.
3. BELL JAR What was historically used for laboratory experiments is now a dramatic display case.
Pastel interior walls give your shoe display extra drama. We used Benjamin Moore Romantic Pink.
Glass doorknobs make a plain cabinet look refined. Flea markets and Anthropologie are especially good sources.
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