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When it comes to splurging on yet another pair of nice trainers, you don’t question it. Storage, on the other hand, is where things get difficult. If there’s one item you don’t know how to store at home, it’s shoes. At best, they get tangled in a shapeless mound at the front door. Worst case, they’re dragged from room to room, ending up under the sofa. Don’t worry, we’ve been there too. Good news: it only takes a couple of Method cabinet frames, a little elbow grease, and a screwdriver to solve this problem!
Let’s take a look at some of the projects that we know could make your life a little easier.
Hats off to those who created this: a wall section transformed into a shoe and coat rack which also structures the entrance to the living room. This is designed by interior designer Marina Tomic, who uses two low storage units and slats to add coat hooks. This layout also offers true character and contrast thanks to the complete night blue look. Now, get out your tools and brushes, it's your turn!
Even if the older one prefers yellow, and the younger is obsessed with pink, we see no problem! Avoid negotiation, and accept that each shall have their own shoe cabinet. A diplomatic decision which results in a bold, vibrant look to your hallway, whilst also being super space-efficient. Your shopping list should include Method cabinet frames that are positioned on the floor and our smooth fronts in Blush and Sable matt lacquer, plus finishing panels to round it all off. Extra tip: use our handles as coat hooks. Fancy it?
Pinterest shaker kitchen: done. Living room: we’re feeling good. Bathroom: shaping up. But what about the hallway? Out of budget, out of ideas… it wasn’t at the top of your priorities. But, the piles of wellies and shoes aren’t going to disappear on their own. Let’s be practical here: all you need is a Pax wardrobe and Method cabinet frames to place on the floor. Aesthetically speaking, we finish it with Stone matt lacquer framed doors and brass Coqui handles to open the lower storage units. The icing on the cake: the panelling, which really sets the tone for the rest of the layout. So far, so good!
We know that installing a shoe rack in the hallway can quickly turn into a bit of a nightmare. This Parisian flat was redesigned by the Space Factory duo with this in mind. Using 37 cm-deep Metod wall boxes, Edouard and Ophélie created a bench which can discreetly store all your favourite shoes. This blends in perfectly with the entrance, thanks to the Plum wicker doors in Beige rosé and brass details. The oak finishing panel enhances the decor and allows you to take a seat in style while you choose the right pair for the day. Chic.
It’s 8:23am. You have about 30 seconds left for each kid to find the right shoes. Maybe you could do with some help! Designed by the Berlin duo Jäll & Tofta, we think this piece of entrance furniture could well start your mornings on a different foot. Stored just a few centimetres from the floor, boots, trainers and scarves are within reach for your children. More independence for them, less morning sweats for you. This is made-to-measure, which you can create too, in no time, thanks to a mix of Metod modules in playful colours. Perfect!
Why settle for just a shoe cupboard when you can opt for a full-height wardrobe? Jette Creative chose the latter, playing with the depth of the cabinet frames to make the most of the space available in this entrance hall. Trust us, it couldn’t be easier to recreate this at home! Simply combine Method cabinet frames in depths of 37 and 60 cm and add matt lacquer fronts in a colour of your choice.