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Our Shoe storage ideas detail:
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1.►0:30|Store shoes underneath a bedskirt.
2.►0:47|Hang molding on the walls to create a pretty shoe display.
3.►0:54|Hang molding near the ceiling of a closet for your non-seasonal shoes.
5.►1:03|Store them in an ottoman.
6.►1:20|Repurpose old wine crates in case you recently promise not to drink anything used to be in it.
7.►1:27|Store your shoes in shoeboxes with printed out Instagrams of your shoe collection.
8.►1:31|A simple wooden pallet has slits that perfectly fit shoes.
9.►1:35|Use a pegged coat rack.
10.►1:39|Build your own PVC-pipe shoe rack.
11.►1:43|Use an old ladder to hang heeled shoes on.
12.►1:56|Salvage some old school lockers for shoe storage in a boy’s bedroom.
13.►2:04|Keep shoes in buckets.
14.►2:17|Store your shoes in wine boxes under the bed.
15.►2:25|Hang your shoes.
16.►2:57|Stack ‘em on the stairs.
17.►3:00|Use recycling bins from Ikea to store shoes in an entryway.
18.►3:06|Take up unused space by putting up shelves in the corner of the garage.
19.►3:11|Elastic shoe straps are a quirky and colorful way to hang your shoes on the wall.
20.►3:36|Hide shoes under a slipcovered bench.
21.►3:44|This Ikea Komplement slide-out rack holds an impressive 16 pairs of shoes.
22.►3:56|Use a large picture frame as a slide-out shoe drawer.
23.►4:00|Implement a slide-out shoe rack.
24.►4:08|Hang shoe organizers on a room divider or screen.
25.►4:12|Use towel rails to hold shoes.
26.►4:15|Alternate your shoes.
27.►4:19|Display them in a large basket.
28.►4:24|Keep shoes in a dresser or cubby shelf at the foot of your bed.
29.►4:28|Strategically use tension rods in the bottom of a closet.
30.►4:34|Throw them into rolling crates.
31.►4:36|Hang baby shoes on a curtain rod.
32.►4:46|Paint cans nailed into the wall.
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Tip for short people and tall Tower Gardens!! Why am I pumping out the water? Once every 2 months, remove the water from your Tower Garden and replace with fresh water and nutrients. If you do this faithfully, you’ll get larger and healthier plants. It takes less than 15 minutes per Tower and is so easy to do. Instead of attaching the clear tube that comes with the tower to the top, I pump out through the bottom instead with a separate pump. What I did is bought a small pump on Amazon with a long tube and I use that pump to pump out the tower instead directly through the square opening. I direct the water into my other garden beds. Here’s the link to the small pump that I’m using: http://amzn.to/1a0p3LV
I attach a hose to the pump and pop the pump into the reservoir. I’m doing this instead of attaching the clear hose that comes with the Tower to the top of the Tower. My Tower Gardens are very tall (taller than normal since I’ve added on) so this is kind of hard for me (I’m 5’4″). With three Tower Gardens, this is the simplest way for me to pump out the water with the least amount of hassle.
This is an aeroponic system. The plants grow strong, healthy, and are full of nutrients. It grows vegetables up to 40% faster! No gardening experience necessary. No weeding!