When you are trying to organize your closet, you may end up spending a lot of money in the cabinet accessories that are designed to keep your closet organized as a shoemaker. One solution is to make your own closet shoe rack to organize shoes in your closet without making you spend too much money in the meantime. Make a closet shoe rack crafted to your closet using a low-cost craft materials. Place one of 1-by-12-by-24 inch long pieces of wood standing, then a hole in the side of the plate.
In the 12 inch side board position hole 8 inches from the left edge and the bottom edge 2 inches. Drill two holes in a second board, positioning the holes in the exact places as the first board. Place the two tables are side by side, aligning the holes for defending the boards on their edges.
Insert a wooden dowel between the first two small holes created by the drill 1/8 inches. Insert a wooden dowel in the middle of the second two holes. Sand the entire form with sandpaper medium grain, again with fine sandpaper grain. Place the closet shoe rack on the floor with plugs placed parallel to the ground.
How to Build Closet Shoe Rack
Building a wardrobe closet shoe rack can be a challenge. Cut into a wall is difficult because you have to be careful not to cut any electrical cable or pipe. Use a hand saw to make the cuts to avoid causing serious damage. Turn off the electricity in the room when installing the platform to avoid electrocution. Shelves can only be as wide as the wall and may have to save some shoes aside if they are too long to fit inside the wall. Use the adjustment of the motherboard to add a decorative setting of each shelf and around the outer edges of the platform.
Closet shoe rack locates the wall studs where you want to build the shelves using the stud finder. The stud finder beeps or flashing colored light when you find a wall stud. Mark the location of each post with a pencil. You will build the shelves between the uprights.
Closet shoe rack draws the outline of the shelves on the wall with a pencil and a ruler. Cut the planks with a drywall saw. Save the drywall to use as the back of the shelves. Measure the length of your longest shoes. Build a unit as wide as the length of the shoe that fits between wall studs shelf.