Shoe storage cabinet – There is no such thing as having too many shoes, especially if you have really good storage facilities. The advantage of building your own shoe cabinet is obvious: you have full control over the look and size of the final unit. In fact, you can create cabinets for every place in the house where people leave shoes, as well as inside the foyer. Don’t forget to leave room for next season supplement.
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Before building shoe storage cabinet, Measure the space where you want to put the rack. Calculate how many shoes will fit in that space, if each regular pair is 20 cm (8 inches) wide, 20 cm (8 inches) high and 30 cm (12 inches) deep. Remember to consider the width of the forest for shelves and walls when drawing the final plan. Measure a top and a bottom panel and three side panels. Mark cut lines on the board, all according to the plan you drew in step 1. Lay the discs on the work surface and cut them to size with circular saw, by pencil lines.
Take one of the side panels and 5 cm (2 inches) inside the front and back, mark two parallel lines to drill holes for shelf support. Mark exactly the same spots on the other two side panels. Make the holes deep enough to insert the shelf pin. Press the wood glue on the same line. Support the top panel so that its edge is flush with the edge of an upright side panel. Repeat this step with the other side panel, and then finish the drawer with the bottom panel. Arrange the shoe storage cabinet by moving the supports as you like, and then adding shoes.