First, when buying a shoe cabinet, try to buy one with a space in the middle of the shoe cabinet. Maybe you don’t understand the intention of leaving blank, but it is actually an extension of the shoe cabinet. This extra space can not only play a decorative role, but also play a role in storing other extra accessories. Like our usual extra keys, ring rulers, shoe polish, brushes, etc., all can be placed in this space. If you don’t want to put this kind of small accessories, and the free space is larger, you can also put the bag. In short, its existence is much more convenient than a cabinet with no vacant space.
Second, when choosing a shoe cabinet, buy according to the type of shoes you like to wear. Maybe you have also found in the market that there are two different designs inside the shoe cabinet, one is a straight partition and the other is an oblique partition. For families who like to wear flat shoes, diagonal partitions are a good choice. It saves the width of the shose cabinet to a certain extent, which is more conducive to saving floor space. It is recommended that if you buy a shoe cabinet of this design, the width can be between 27-30cm. For families where women like to wear high heels or platform shoes, straight partitions are the best choice. After all, if it is a diagonal partition, it will hinder the storage of high heels. For a shoe cabinet of this design, it is recommended that the width be between 30-33cm.
Third, for the choice of the distance between each floor of the shoe cabinet, this is also determined according to the type of shoes. Generally speaking, 13-15cm between each layer of partitions is enough. After all, the height of women’s heels is probably between 5-12cm, so the range of this partition is sufficient. Moreover, if the distance is too far, it will affect the number of shoes in the shoe cabinet, which will easily cause a waste of space.
Fourth, with regard to the length of the shoe cabinet, we try to measure the approximate width of the shoes in the home to avoid placing orders on each layer of the shoe cabinet. Generally, we design shoes based on 3-4 pairs of shoes in one layer, so the length is probably between 60-80cm. Here, the distance between each pair of shoes must be counted to avoid waste of space as much as possible.