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Open, pull-out shelves provide an orderly home for men's or other flat footwear. Each shelf is deep enough to accommodate two rows of shoes, so no stand-alone racks are needed.

Comments (7)

Anonymous
January 5, 2019
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Anonymous
April 23, 2011
Martha has a line of closet organizers that they sell at Home Depot and also online.
Anonymous
April 23, 2011
Any one knows where I can buy such a rack ready-made?
Anonymous
March 25, 2009
Sweet! I wonder if this is how Martha herself stores her shoes! Probably her clogs, since this is for flat-bottomed shoes ... but I've noticed from watching her TV show that she usually wears fabulous high heels (except not in the kitchen!). Has anyone else noticed how unbelievably great Martha's heels are?
Anonymous
March 25, 2009
I would kill (ok, not really) to cuddle with that beautiful cat from the last comment! Such a great closet idea! I want that too! I've been trying to explain to my husband what type of closet I woulld like in our bedroom, and now Martha has it right here on her site.Thanks! Martha!!! you're the best
Anonymous
March 25, 2009
Oh, I would KILL (well, not really) to have a closet like this one! I'm very organized - no problem there - I just need a larger space with better door accessibility. How cool! =^..^=
Anonymous
March 25, 2009
Love this! I'm a shoe hound and needed a less obvious place to put my shoes. THANK YOU!