We’re always trying to figure out a way to keep our shoes under control at home with a variety of solutions; from creating customized shoe cabinets to hiding them under the stairs.

How what about if you don’t have the option of building a new cabinet (hello, rented apartments)? Well, let us introduce you to PP Storage Boxes from MUJI. We could only conclude that the reason these boxes are called “PP” is because they are made out of Polypropylene.

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The boxes come in different sizes (you can store anything in it, from makeup to bulky items like bed linen), and instead of having a lid, each box works like a drawer so you can slide things in and out.

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And the best part is that it’s stackable, so you just stack things away and it’ll look like you have a chest of drawers, even if you don’t!

And if you’re lucky enough to have built-in cabinets, the PP Boxes can keep your shoes and clothing hidden, so it’s not just floating around the closet, plus, it keeps the sneaker stink down a bit. This blogger describes her love of PP Boxes and how they changed her life in this post here.

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PP Storage Boxes range from P995 to P1,250, depending on size. Available at MUJI stores at Greenbelt 3; Power Plant Mall, Makati; Shangri-la Plaza East Wing; and Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City. 

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This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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