Creative Ways To Use A Shoe Caddy At Home
While most of us use a shoe caddy to store shoes, it turns out that it can be used for a variety of purposes. It’s a great tool to save space around the house and stay organized!
1. Water bottles taking up too much space?
If you have numerous thermoses and water bottles throughout your house, then use a shoe caddy to keep them organized. It’s not only efficient, but it makes using one as simple as “grab-and-go!”
2. Planter Caddy
Use a shoe caddy to create an herb garden. Label each specific section of the caddy with the name of an herb, and create this fun garden in your home! See instructions here.
3. Wrapping Paper Organizer
Cut the bottom two rows of pockets in a shoe caddy and store long, cylindrical objects such as gift wrap inside.
4. Snack Caddy
Rather than store shoes, store extra snacks inside. Free up a little space in your pantry by making use of the door space too.
5. Office Supplies
A hanging shoe caddy adds a lot of organization and space into a closet that is meant for office supplies. Click here to see how to create your own office closet.
6. Organize your children’s toys
Markers, paint, and other children toys can be stored efficiently in a shoe caddy.
7. Scarves, Scarves, Scarves
Organize your scarves with a shoe caddy. It’s really easy to see which scarf you need with all the options laid right in front of you!
8. Outdoor supply storage
Garden tools can easily be stored in a shoe caddy.
9. Undergarments found in one place
Store your undergarments in an easy-to-find location.
10. Go camping with it
Camping supplies are easy to reach and organize when you take a shoe caddy camping with you.
11. First-aid kit
Find all the medicine and first aid supplies you need, easily and quickly.
12. Cleaning supplies
Put your wipes, Windex, and other cleaning tools in a shoe caddy.
13. Spray paint storage
If you love spray paint, then this is perfect for you.
14. Utility closet
Instead of throwing cords and chargers together in a box where they can get tangled, store them in a shoe caddy.
15. Lego Organizer
Keep all your children’s Legos in one neat place. Now you won’t have to step on one of them by accident!
16. Create bathroom space
The bathroom sink is cluttered with many items, so create more space by hanging a shoe caddy in the bathroom.
17. Car organizer
Store extra supplies in the car with a shoe caddy. This is perfect for children’s toys and other entertainment devices.
18. Organize All Your Makeup
Hang a shoe caddy on the back of your bathroom door and use it as a hanging solutino for all your cosmetics. It can store your nail polish, various lipsticks, and more!
19. Keep Track Of Kids’ Supplies
A shoe caddy is a great way to organize your kids’ school supplies. Don’t let these supplies take over your child’s desk. Instead, give them a neat way to stash and store all their crayons, colored pencils, markers, and more.
20. Organize Your Pantry
Keep your pantry organized and orderly with a shoe caddy. This also puts a lot items easily within reach!
21. Hang Baby Clothes
Is your baby’s wardrobe getting out of control? Keep it nice and tidy with a shoe caddy! A shoe caddy is a really neat place to stash a onesie with ease!
22. Organize Your Sewing Supplies
Stop hunting through the closet for thread or sewing supplies. With a shoe caddy, everything is readily available and easy to find!
23. Stash Spices Together
Your spice shelf does not need to be cluttered anymore. We’ve all been there – trying our best to find the right spice to use but having a difficult type identifying it out of the 20-30 spice bottles we have. This solves that problem.
24. Keep Workout Tank Tops Readily Available
A store caddy can serve as a closet organizer that makes clothes that you use often (like workout tank tops!) readily accessible.
25. Countdown Calendar
A shoe caddy can be a great countdown calendar for the holidays!
26. Store Accessories
Keep this close to your front door, and you’ll always be ready whenever the weather takes a turn for the worse. Mittens, gloves, and beanies all fit!
27. Medicine Cabinet
If there isn’t a cabinet behind your mirror – or if it is too full of daily-use items – you can always make a medicine cabinet out of a shoe caddy. Fill each pocket with your medication, bandages, thermometer, and anything else you might need.
28. Nail Polish Organizer
While it is nice to have nails that match your outfit every day, it can be annoying to sort through so many colors. Organize your nail polish in a shoe caddy. It will make finding your new color way easier.
29. Grab ‘N Go Board
Mornings can be a little hectic, especially if you have little ones. Fill the slots with food that you and your family can grab on your way out the door. You can make it a healthy breakfast spot by filling it with bananas, power bars, and bags of granola.
30. Yarn Holder
Each slot is just the right size for your roll of yarn. How perfect is that? Transform your door to suit your creative needs.
31. Backseat Organizer
Cut a shoe caddy in half and hang it on the back of your front seat, or turn your whole trunk into an organization extravaganza.
32. Seasonal Storage
Put your gear for the season front and center for easy access. You can change it up with each new season. In winter the caddy might hold mittens and gloves, while in the summer it might hold sunscreen and bug spray.
33. Baby Blanket Holder
Stick your baby’s extra blankets and clothing in the closet with a shoe caddy. It can be easy to rack up on TONS of materials for babies, especially when they are in their growing phase. Free up a little extra room space with this clever tip.
34. Stuffed Animal Holder
Whether you are organizing toys for your children or your pets, they will fit perfectly into a shoe caddy. As your little one looks up at the stuffed animals, they will all be looking back at him. What a cute way to get organized!
35. Wrapping Paper Storage
Wrapping paper is so easy to fold and tear. Keep your paper safe by placing it in a shoe caddy. Simply cut out the bottom of a few pockets that are stacked vertically, and slide in the wrapping paper.
36. Home For Dolls
Keep your child’s dolls in one place with a shoe caddy. Place a doll in each pocket, and they will be ready for their next play session. You might want to store your kid’s favorite dolls on the bottom rows.
37. Car Kid Station
Cut a shoe caddy in half and hang it on the back of your seat. Fill it with stuffed animals, toys, snacks, and other items to keep your kid occupied. Long car rides will be SO much easier.
38. Store Extra Toiletries
We all like to stock up on items like lotion and toothpaste. Keep your extra toiletries in a shoe caddy so they are out of the way. This hack is especially great if you have a limited amount of space under your sink.
39. Stow Away Outerwear
If you have accessories that don’t fit the season, keep them out of the way. Hang them in a shoe caddy in the back of your closet so they don’t get lost. When the season comes back around, bring them out again.