Kid Room


a place where favorite clothes sleep at night…

a shelf small arms can reach…

a bin for bouncing balls…

with plenty of room to grow.


a) Mount moveable hooks low on a slotted wall—so it’s easy to put things away. The wall is also a safe place to display artwork and other mementos.
b) Accommodate a variety of activities:
doing home-work, playing with blocks, building forts…
c) Low wire baskets gather laundry or toys. See-through containers allow kids to choose what they want without upending the whole lot.
d) Suspended from the walls, a closet system makes way for vacuums and future flooring changes.
e) Adjustable shelves and rods grow with your child.
f) Double and triple up on hanging space while tots are small, placing lowest bar where kids can reach favorite outfits.

Beverage Center


a scene for shacking cocktails…

a place to taste the pinot noir…

a coffee klatch convenience…

with plenty of room for party guests.


a) Rack up an impressive selection of reds and whites.
b) Incorporate outlets to plug in a coffee maker, blender or stereo.
c) Low-voltage lighting and a handsome display area help you set the mood.
d) Consider the convenience of a sink and mini-dishwasher.
e) Stemware rack is a space-saving way to suspend goblets and protect them from dings and dust.
f) Drawers round up corkscrews, bottle openers, napkins, matches and more.
g) Ample counter space invites drink preparation and acts as a landing space for dirty dishes.
h) Hang hand towels on a rod inside the cabinet door.


basement thoughtstarter


elevated thinking for your lowest level…

space to stow sports gear and fashions in the off-season…

enclosures that keep things tidy and safe…

with plenty of room to finish your basement.


a) Get equipment, tools and gear off the ground with slotted walls—hooks, hangers and baskets move when you’re ready to make a change.
b) A combination of shelves and tall cabinets hides, holds and arrays things of every shape and size.
c) Consider lockable doors to protect children from dangerous tools, paints and chemicals.
d) Nestled inside an open shelf, attractive baskets and boxes dress up your basement storage.
e) Elevated storage protects against water damage in a basement prone to flooding or moisture.

f) Open spaces or wire racks allow ventilation for wet paintbrushes, waders or car-washing supplies.

Get Started on Creating a Guest Area.


a welcome rest for Aunt Martha…

a hideout for linens and luggage…

an open and shut accommodation….

with plenty of space by day for work, crafts, you name it.

Guest Area Organization
Incorporate lighting for reading in bed and outlets for charging cell phones, cameras, etc.
Guest Area Organization
Enclosed spaces make room for your stuff without cluttering your guest’s experience.
Guest Area Organization
Fold out a wallbed for a welcome that doesn’t wear out a multipurpose space.
Guest Area Organization
Provide a pull-out surface where your guest can jot notes, consult maps or get work done.
Guest Area Organization
Invite guests to hang up their things with a closet, valet rod or hooks.

Organize, Elevate, and Celebrate Your Shoes.

From casual to formal style, flats to boots, and everyday wear to “can’t-wait-to-take-them-off,” we all have shoes we love – and some that we could do without. Whether your collection is small and practical, average size, or it includes a pair for every occasion, season and reason, shoes can easily clutter your home when you don’t have effective storage. See how easy it is to improve the way you organize your shoes with these tips and ideas.

Love them, love them not

Take a few minutes to review your shoe collection and consider how much space you need to accommodate shoes– especially if you are sharing a master closet with your partner or have a family mudroom. If you’re remodeling your existing closet or building a new closet space, this is the ideal time to pare things down. How much space will each of you need for shoes, folded clothes, hanging garments, and accessories? Keep what you love or like and donate the pairs you rarely wear.

Take your shoes to new heights

Do your precious pairs tend to pile up on the floor? When shoes are lying around, they can easily become lost, damaged, unsightly, or even create a tripping hazard. With shoe shelves built into your closet system, you’ll always know where to find your favorite pairs.

Create a tall tower or multiple towers using adjustable shoe shelves to keep every pair up high, off the floor, and within easy reach. You can choose slanted shelves, straight shelves, or Shoe Shrine® shelves in steel or textured compact laminate.

Slanted shoe shelves offer a durable surface and elegant shoe fences to help keep shoes in place until you need them. The slanted design makes it easy to see your shoes and put them away.

Admire them all

Keeping shoes in their original boxes may preserve them, but it also keeps them hidden—and what’s the purpose of having a collection if you can’t admire what you own? Instead, opt for a storage solution that lets you showcase your footwear so you can appreciate them every time you open your closet doors. The Shoe Shrine’s low-profile shelving creates a clean, elegant look that lets your shoes be the focal point.

A perfect match

Whether you’re getting dressed for the day or an evening out, keeping your wardrobe, shoes, and accessories visible lets you shop your closet and select what you want to wear with ease. With the open design of the Shoe Shrine, you can keep your whole collection on view so it’s easy to match a pair to your outfit, then simply grab and go.

Get them together

The joy of owning shoes is having a variety of options for every event – whether it’s work, play, dress up, dress down, exercise, errands – you name it. A smart organization system makes it easier to find the pair you need for any activity. Sort your shoes and store them in a logical grouping of your choice.

For example, you might divide them by formal, casual, athletic, dress, or play use. Or organize by the color or height of your shoes. Place flip flops and flats together, store mid-height shoes in one section and heels in another, and group your tall boots in another section.

Plan for the future

Shoes come and go just like styles and seasons, so the ideal shoe storage solution should accommodate change. When the seasons turn and it’s time to switch out flip flops and delicate flats with boots or vice-versa, you’ll want shelving that adjusts easily without impacting your organization system. The flexible design of the Shoe Shrine makes it simple to add, remove or rearrange shoes as your collection evolves. Shelves are held in place with removable pins so you can move them up or down without tools.

Shoe shelves, shoe towers, or adjustable shoe organizers are much more than just storage solutions. Taking time to organize your shoes by style, season, or family member and keeping them on display can make your life more efficient, your space more elegant – and your precious pairs always ready to wear.