Designed for the shoe and handbag lover, this boutique-chic storage is positively genius!
Turn your fashion into art
When you pay a small fortune for the most amazing pair of to-die-for heels, the last thing you want to do is keep them at the bottom of your closet, stuff them into a pocket shoe organizer or hide them in a box. Put them on display and take joy in seeing — and admiring — all of your shoes at once. (And chances are your organized shoe collection will help you finish dressing more quickly, too.)
Many of us around the office have a slight handbag fetish. And if you’re the kind of girl that has a handbag for every occasion, where do you store your arm candy? The Sarah Storage Tower keeps each fashion-forward tote, shoulder bag and clutch purse in sight and in reach for a quick switch.
Enjoy what you love, longer
We were so inspired by the keepsake quality of jewelry boxes that we used the same technique to completely line each cubby in a soft, pale gray fabric. The luxurious interior of each cubby, designed to store shoes, knee-high boots or handbags in an upright position, will help keep your items in ready-to-wear condition for years. Just think of each cubby as a little jewelry box for your most precious accessories.
Store your shoes without shame
The Sarah Storage Tower is a beautifully crafted piece of furniture, so it really can go anywhere. Line multiple towers side by side anywhere you have room to store your shoes, from the mudroom to bedroom to walk-in closet, for a chic boutique look. Another plus: the hand-applied brushed taupe finish is so subtle it works in any interior.
You get the look of a custom built-in for a fraction of the cost, which means you can finally throw out those cheap metal racks that have been a thorn in your side for years.
Sarah Storage Tower is available in two customizable designs:
Shoe & Boot — holds 18 pairs of shoes and three pairs of boots
Shoe & Handbag — holds 18 pairs of shoes and six handbags
Here’s a little trivia for you: Can you guess which shoe-crazed star we named the Sarah Storage Tower after?