I noticed that very beautiful pieces of shoe cabinets have been crafted in Europe since 1950. Those are different from the cabinets that were made in Asia. They almost look like modern furniture, except for their sign of usage and their craftmanship (not mass manufactured). Here are some real vintage furniture and vintage-look ones that I thought were cool.
Shoe cabinet, 1950s: This piece is an antique from Germany.
Vintage Art Deco Walnut Wardrobe: The doors of this wardrobe retains their original art deco handles, Inside are shoe racks and a pull-out clothes rail.
Italian Teak and iron Shoe cabinet: This is a vintage piece from Italy.
Shoe rack, Italian, 1960s: This shoe cabinet is in brown lacquer, made of white metal adjustable in different positions.
High shoe cabinet 1960s: Six shoe-bar shelves are hidden behind the hinged doors. The top compartment is for storing accessories and keys.
Mid-Century Modern Shoe Rack Side Table, 1960s: This shoe rack, from Czech Republic, has a drawer on the top and three chrome-plated tubular steel racks.
1950s Ornamental Wrought Iron Haberdashery shoe display shelf: This well-crafted retail shoe stand, crafted in 1950s, is sculpted with a vine motif on the sides and has velvet-covered wood shelves with thin Lucite heal stops.
Beechwood shoe organizer: This organizer is manufactured after the order. It is composed of twelve detachable boxes in solid beech. Each box has an opening at the top and in the front and is equipped with clear glass and a brass plate for labeling.
Elm Persimmon cabinet: This is a vintage-style salvaged distressed elm wood cabinet. It has storage space below and two drawers above.
Doral retro rustic reclaimed wood industrial storage cabinet: This cabinet is made of industrial Iron and rustic reclaimed wood, which gives really vintage look.