How To Make Stackable Shoe Rack – A stackable shoe rack is useful when you hope your shoe collection to grow with time. The racks can also be arranged, so you can organize your shoes by category and simply mix them around.
Instructions make stackable shoe rack; draw a rectangle on a piece of 1/2-inch plywood with a pencil. It will measure 14 inches wide and 48 inches high. Use a framing square to make sure your lines and angles are correct. This will be sufficient for three pages stack rack. If you want more, add another 16 inches of height of the rectangle. Draw pencil lines across the rectangle to divide the 8 inch high sections. Each section will be a wall shoe rack. Draw a 6 inch diameter circle on each 14 inch line, set up in the middle of the circle with the center of the line.
Next steps make stackable shoe rack; erase the bottom of each circle and the line inside the circle, creating the side walls of the shoe rack. These walls are 8 of 14 inches with a semicircular notch on the bottom and a flap semicircle at the top. Cut out side walls with a band saw. Cut a 14 by 24 inch piece of plywood and a 7 1/2-by-24-inch piece for each pair of side walls. Place a 14 by 24 inch piece of a work to form the bottom of the rack. Stand two walls next to it with the flaps facing up, the 14 inch sides queue. Nail the side walls to the base with 4 d finishing nails hammered into every 2 inches. Stand 1:07 1/2 by 24 inch piece of the base between the side walls to function as the back of the rack. Nail it in place along all three sides to complete the rack. Each rack has two side walls, a base and a back.