After going out, shoes accumulate a lot of bacteria and dirt. To avoid bringing these into other parts of the house, the shoe cabinet is best placed near the door. This way, you can change your shoes and put them away as soon as you enter the door. It makes your home even tidier!
Although the height of the shoe cabinet can be adjusted with flexible shelves, in order to make better use of the shoe cabinet space—it is best to count the number and size of shoes of all family members before ordering a shoe cabinet. Pay attention to the height and number of shoes, such as sandals and boots. This will make a big difference. You must also think about whether the shoebox will be stored together. These things will greatly affect the layout of the shoe cabinet.
So, understanding the needs of the family for the shoe cabinet first will help our designers to design the most suitable shoe cabinet for you.
The suspended design makes it easy to store your slippers. You can put the slippers underneath the shoe cabinet after changing into your shoes before going out. It will not block the entrance and exit of the door, and it can also keep the house tidy.
In addition, when a guest visits, the guest's shoes may not easily fit in the shoe cabinet, so the shoes can be temporarily stored underneath the shoe cabinet.
Shoes that have been worn for a whole day will inevitably have some odor. Therefore, you may wish to design the door panel of the shoe cabinet with louvers, holes or slats. These allow the shoes to air out, but also improve the style. Laminate can chosen as a smooth surface, so cleaning will be more convenient.
Finally, motion lights can be added in the cabinet or under the cabinet, so the lights can be automatically turned on after opening the door, making it easier to find shoes.