24-Pocket Mesh Overdoor Shoe Bag
LOVE This Item, very versatile!
I bought this for using in our expected second child's room (the smallest room in our house containing all the "extra" items that don't fit elsewhere in our house).
Since there was not much room for more than her crib and changing table, this was a perfect item for all the small baby things (hats, socks, bibs, pacifiers, lotion, shampoo, diaper cream, diapers, swim diapers, etc.) keeping them reachable and easily visible.
I also got one for my friend for the same purpose, which she LOVED and raved about!
Now I want one for our master bedroom for all our small trinkets now that we have less time to keep those things tidy!
IDEA: What I would like to see is one of these made in combination with a bar or rack for towels for behind/overthedoor; the top half being the organizer and the bottom half being a rack or holder for towels. This would be ideal for using in our really tiny bathroom so I could keep lotions and products out of the kids reach and still have a place for towels out of sight.
April 3, 2014
Great "expansion" of closet space!
My daughter LOVES shoes. Her shoes have outgrown her closet space. This shoe bag fit perfectly over her door-- THANK YOU for the wider, sturdy hooks!! The mesh allows her to see her shoes.
April 1, 2014
Purchased this shoe bag for a different use. I reorganized my kitchen pantry. It is ideal for instant oatmeal packages, paper products, sandwich bags, storage bags, etc. Allowed me to free up 3 shelves and clean out ugly boxes because it hangs on the door. Even used a couple of pockets for small packets of sugar and artificial sweetner. Possibilities are limitless.
March 30, 2014
Life is good!
Finally a solution for my girls to see and reach their shoe collection. Three Classico adhesive hooks and a 24-pocket mesh shoe bag give a classy, no clutter solution for all their flip-flops, dress shoes and belts. So accessible my 3 and 6 year old can finally keep things organized. It's never too early to learn organizational skills!
March 25, 2014