“To display heels and dress shoes we use brass rods—rather than slanted wood shelves—since they’re more refined,” Wearstler says. “Underneath we’ll include baskets for flats, tennis shoes, and sandals. That way only your best pairs are displayed.
Melanie Charlton Closette - Five Organization Tips
Interior designer Michelle Smith ingeniously turned a shallow, unused living room closet into a place to store (and display) her shoes; to keep her collection under control, she limits herself to the number of pairs that will fit the space