He Creates A Valuable And Useful Pallet Piece That Every Woman Will Love!

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It is not unusual to see tons of shoes when you open a woman’s cabinet. It boosts women’s

confidence when they wear comfortable and attractive shoes; hence, they really are fond of collecting different style of shoes. Women would definitely have at least three kinds of shoes in their wardrobe while some ladies just don’t know when to stop buying them for they have the mentality that the more shoes they have, the lesser effort they need to put their outfits together.

The only trouble that shoe lovers have to face is the place to put and organize their shoes. This is when you’ll be needing adiy shoe rack furniture. A shoe rack is a thing that holds shoes and organizes them in a specific place. It is indeed helpful for women not to scatter their shoes under or inside the cabinet. Shoe racks are made of different materials, and you will surely find one when you visit the store or the mall. But, worry not! There is a way to save money while acquiring the shoe furniture that you think is best for your home.

This article will teach you how to make a wooden shoe rack without having to spend much. This step-by-step guide uses pallet wood in constructing this diy shoe rack. Pallet wood is amazing for it is free, and you can definitely make great things with it. You just have to let your imagination flow and get your very own diy shoe rack started.

This type of wood is considered as the diy lover’s favorite. Using pallet wood, you can create innovative home furniture and unique diy shoe rack without spending much. Recycling pallet wood can create tables, chairs, shelves, and such.

For some, it might be unattractive, and for certain they wouldn’t bother thinking about what to do with it and how it would turn out to be a wonderful furniture. However, that is the odd appeal of pallet woods. With their eccentric look, you can turn just about anything with less effort and/ or skill. All you need is just the appropriate tools and materials in making your diy shoe rack. Whether it is a diy corner shoe rack, a bedroom shoe rack, or a diy closet shoe rack, anything is possible with your imagination.

This is a tutorial from Silverline Tools TV which features different materials recycled in an innovative and in a creative way. This article will surely help you organize your beloved shoes in an affordable way. Just follow the steps, and you’ll end up making a useful diy shoe rack at home.

In this tutorial, you will be needing these tools: tape measure, set square, drill, screws, a chop saw (if not a hand saw), and an electric sander.

Make sure also that you already have your layout to follow. In this way, it will be easier for you and won’t consume much time in making your diy shoe rack.

Step 1: Gather your tools for your diy shoe rack

Step 1: Gather your tools for your diy shoe rack
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Before starting anything else, you need to prepare all the materials and tools necessary in the construction of your shoe rack furniture.

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Step 2: Measuring the pallet of your DIY shoe rack

Step 2: Measuring the pallet of your diy shoe rack

The first thing you need to do is to measure the pallet’s length. Measure them according to the size that you’ll be needing for your diy shoe rack. One trick is to measure the pallet according to the length of your shoes. Through this, it will surely fit your shoes when you start to organize them in the shoe rack. Make sure that everything has uniformed size, so you won’t have a defective output.

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Step 3: Position your cut pallets

Step 3: Position your cut pallets

Place the cut pallets to a position that would make your shelf. It depends on your preference and what kind of shoes you have. If you have boots, then give allowances for boots that are longer than the other shelves. Put a 200 millimeters gap between the shelves that you are making.

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Step 4: Place one on the top

Step 4: Place one on the top

Remember to put one pallet on top and not on the side. This will serve as the cover of your diy shoe rack.

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Step 5: Make a space for the boots of the diy shoe rack

Step 5: Make a space for the boots of the diy shoe rack

Leave a space for the boots, so you can also store some other shoes on your shoe rack. You need this extra space, so don’t miss it.

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Step 6: Drill the pallets

Step 6: Drill the pallets

In attaching these pallets, you will need the drill and the screws. Glue the pallet first in order to keep it in place. Once done, make holes on the pallet using the drill and then screw it. Do this until you finish attaching everything together.

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Step 7: Make sure the measurements are right to make a shoe rack that is sturdy and accurate

Step 7: Make sure the measurements are right to make a shoe rack that is sturdy and accurate

Double check the measurements of your diy shoe rack. It will be certain that once you start drilling, one would go out of place, so to be sure, check it once more.

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Step 8: Drill the one on top

Step 8: Drill the one on top

The one you left on top will serve as the topmost area or cover of your diy shoe rack. Attach it on top and not to the sides. Use the method in attaching – glue, drill holes and screw it up.

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Step 9: Align the other side of the diy shoe rack

Step 9: Align the other side of the diy shoe rack

Align the other side to the part you just finished. Through this, you can make sure that you are making everything leveled for your diy shoe rack.

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Step 10: Make the other side of the diy shoe rack

Step 10: Make the other side of the diy shoe rack

Make the other half of your diy shoe rack doing all the things you did in step 2. Make sure that the length and the sizes are the same. The two must be identical also. To achieve this, use your pencil and align the first shelf you just did to its other half. Mark the shelves and be sure to observe these markings when you put the cut pallets into place.

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Step 11: Start leveling the shelves

Step 11: Start leveling the shelves

Cut pallets by a meter long. Position three sections of the pallet to the first level and do the glue, drill and screw up to the last piece of pallet you will place on your diy shoe rack.

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Step 12: Do it all up to start seeing the form of your diy shoe rack

Step 12: Do it all up to start seeing the form of your diy shoe rack

Now that you have made the lowest part, start positioning the pallets on the second level and do it all up.

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Step 13: Fill in the gaps of the diy shoe rack

Step 13: Fill in the gaps of the diy shoe rack

When you reach the top most layer of the shelf, there will surely be an awkward gap on either side of the shelf. To make this look polished, cut 2 small sizes of pallet that could fill in the gaps well. Make holes and screw them to attach these pallets.

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Step 14: Polish everything for a seamless diy shoe rack

Step 14: Polish everything for a seamless diy shoe rack

Now that your diy corner shoe rack is finally built, it is also important to polish it in order to look good and attractive. To achieve this smooth finish, use an electric sander.

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Step 15: Enjoy your very own diy shoe rack

Step 15: Enjoy your very own diy shoe rack

Lastly, enjoy the diy shoe rack. Your shoes will finally have a home of their own.
Carefully following all the steps mentioned above will surely make your project a success. Having the final output would definitely make you want to build and think of more cheap shoe rack ideas for your shoes. Well, it would not take you in exerting too much effort and expense for it is quite easy and is low cost.

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