Saturday, April 30, 2011
Do you have a collection of flips flops you need to organize? One way to do it would be a pail - and Jayes has some pails designed specifically for this.
And another maker of buckets is The Macbeth Collection - which Saks is now selling.
But there are also ways to hang the flip flops. You can get flip flop holders from My Pair Tree, as I've mentioned before. Each ribbon can hold six pairs.
Beehive has a similar product, which holds seven pairs of flip flops.
Jokari makes a sandal (or flip flop) rack that mounts on the back of a door, or on the wall. This one will hold 10 pairs.
And Whitmor has the flip flop shoe file organizer - a vinyl product that lets you hang 18 pairs of flip flops in your closet.
Finally, returning to the bucket type of storage, Friends Candle Shed over on Etsy sells a Flophouse for Flip Flops; it holds about six pairs.
Or go find any basket, bucket or bin that you like, paint it if you wish, and make it your flip flop holder.
Update on May 23, 2011: You could also make your own flip flop hangers. Thanks to Mary Gaughan for the pointer.