Making Closet Shoe Storage

Sep 5th

Closet shoe storage – Shoes are one of the things that are not easy to organize and end up everywhere. One solution to the shoe storage problem is to get a shoe cabinet. These cabinets allow you to store your shoes in an organized way in a nice piece of furniture

Closet Shoe Storage Drawer

Instructions

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Make a rectangle with two pieces 3/4-inch plywood that is 15 inches wide and 42 3/16 inches long. The smaller the closet shoe storage is the top and the bottom and the longer pieces are the sides. The top part should be even with the top edge of the side pieces. Square up all corners and screw together. Measure 6 inches up from the top of the bottom shelf in the interior of the cabinet and mark this place. That’s where the bottom of the next shelf will be.

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Place one of the pieces of 3/4-inch plywood that is 15 inches wide and 32 3/4 inches long in the cabinet so that the bottom even with the mark. Make sure the board is the square with the cabinet and screw on the sides. Repeat this process for the rest of the closet shoe storage, ensuring there is always a 6-inch space between the shelves. Place piece 3/4-inch plywood which is 33 16/09 inches by 42 3/16 inches tall on one side of the open cabinet frame. This is the back of the cabinet and should cover one side completely. Screw this piece into the cabinet frame along the edges.