Sole Stacks keeps shoes in an artsy looking rack

For those who believe that one can never have too many pairs of shoes, here is a storage idea that will get them off of the closet floor and someplace where they can be more easily organized and found – hanging right on the wall.

Sole Stacks is a modular, art deco looking wall mount for storing shoes. The product comes in three sizes: the five rack for five pairs of shoes, nine rack for nine pairs, and 13 rack 13 pairs. Racks can also be stacked. The unique slope saves space so more shoes can be stored, and is intended to be complimentary with the furniture around it. Some assembly with tools is required. Which tools are needed is not clearly specified, but it doesn’t appear to be particularly complex.

This seems like a very convenient way for shoe fanatics to keep all of their shoes organized and accessible. Shoe-loving backers may also want to check out Zem shoes and Bast shoes. This campaign seeks to raise $10,000. Backers get one five-stack Sole Stacks for $60 with an expected delivery of April 2015.


Elevation Rack brings added organization to smaller kitchens

Small kitchens can mean a limited mess to clean up, but they can also mean the frustration of limited counter tops for storage and cooking preparation. Elevation Rack is a modular storage unit for kitchens that can be used in a number of ways to free up precious counter space. This particular rack was designed in such a way that it can be customized to fit in nearly any kitchen, and it doesn’t need any tools for assembly–it just gets configured to fit in front of one’s existing kitchen facing. Adjustable shelves and attachments mean that users have easy access to their spices, herbs, wines, stemware, and even some citrus fruit for cooking those delectable delights.

Keep in mind that this product is most suitable for smaller kitchens. The folks at Elevation should consider broadening their vision. This campaign seeks to raise $40,000. Early bird backers get one stemware rack for $29. Larger contributions can get more rack options. Expected delivery is August 2015.