Oceanstar Bamboo Shoe Rack

Normally you only wear a pair or two of boots in winter. They are therefore easy to store, even if you have a small hallway. But when sprig comes things change instantly. Women have to take out at least four or five pairs of shoes because they need to match them with the outfits and also a pair of sport shoes for the gym. If your family has at least three members or even four and two of them are kids things complicate further more. Well, I know you can keep them in their boxes, but it can be really annoying to put them in and take them out every day, so youhave to finally make up your mind and decide which are the most important shoes for you and leave them out. Or you can use an Oceanstar Bamboo Shoe Rack.

This shoe rack is really cool and has a simple, yet modern design and , what’s more important, allows you to store up to twelve pairs of shoes in plain view. The rack is made of bamboo wood and that is why it is very lightweight, so you can move it if you want to , to a place where it does not get in the way. The rounded sides that can be used as handles are really helpful here, too. The rack tiers are open, so that they  allow air circulation and this is beneficial for the shoes. Even if they might get dirty from the shoes stored there, the racks are very easy to clean with a damp cloth. Depending on the number of tiers you choose, the price goes from $39.99 to $59.99.

Published by in Furniture, on April 22nd, 2012


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