Building Shoe Dresser

Jul 31st

Shoe dresser – 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 dresser is obvious: you have complete control over the look and size of the final unit. In fact, you can create cabinet for each location in the house where people leave shoes, as well as inside the foyer and the entrance from the garage.

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Shoe Dresser Target

Instructions

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Measure the space where you want to add the rack. Figure out how many shoes will fit in that space, if each ordinary pair is 8 inches wide, 8 inches high and 12 inches deep. Measure out a top and a bottom panel and three side panels. Mark cutting lines on boards, according to the shoe dresser plans.

Take one of the side panels and at 2 inches to the interior front to back, select two parallel lines to drill holes for the shelf supports. Figure At three quarters of an inch between the holes. Advance boreholes, one inch apart, along the edges of the upper and lower panels where the two will connect. Squeeze wood glue on the same line.

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Measure the center of the box as it stands upright, and on the inside of the upper and lower panels, marks a line from front to back. Drill starter holes in the tops and bottom panels at two-inch intervals. Measure the interior of each page to complete the size of the shoe dresser. Mark the boards and then cut them apart. Arrange the shelves by moving the supports that you want, and then put the shoes.