If you don't have enough shoes to justify an over-the-door shoe organizer, you can still buy them for your home because they can pretty much organize anything that is small and can fit in a pocket.
Shoe organizers, in addition to your many shoes, can also easily organize your kitchen tools in the kitchen, your toiletries and make-up in the bathroom, hardware tools in the garage, and even road trip necessities during a long trip by hanging a shoe organizer over the passenger seat.
If you loathe the idea of owning a bulky chest drawer in your bedroom, you can use a shoe organizer instead to store your socks, underwear, and other small clothing items.
You can also poke holes at the bottom of the shoe organizer pockets and fill them with potting soil to have a hanging wall garden in your backyard or indoors.
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