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Shoe Rack

Who doesn’t need extra space for their shoes… In this week’s episode Peter and Annalien show you how to build a standing shoe rack, perfect for displaying and storing shoes.

You will need:

Tools Materials
PCM 1800 SD Compound mitre saw PINE 20mm (PAR) grain in long direction
PST 18 Jigsaw Base shelf 1000 x 350mm – 1 piece
PSR 18 Cordless drill Sides 1260 x 350mm – 2 pieces
PEX 220 sander Top 620 x 350mm – 1 piece
PFS 2000 shelves 580 x 350mm – 6 pieces
Angle grinder with skinny disc Seat top 380 x 350mm – 1 piece
  Seat side 430 x 350 mm – 1 piece
  Seat middle shelf 360 x 350mm – 1 piece
  Shelf dividers 150 x 350mm – 5 pieces (NB grain in short length)
  Drawer front facade 205mm x 355 mm – 1 piece (grain in long direction)
  Drawer front and back 355 x 100 mm – 2 pieces
  Drawer sides 285 x 100mm – 2 pieces
   
  backing and drawer bottom 100 x 355 mm = 1 pieces
  16mm copper tube – 1800 mm – 1 piece
   
  Varnish
  4 x 40mm screws
  Wood filler
  wood glue
  door stops round – 6 pieces

Follow these steps

Steps:

  • Mark out where shelves, seat and sides fit together
  • Drill out recess holes for copper tubes
  • Router all relevant edges
  • Join sides and shelves
  • Insert divider slats
  • Attach seat sides
  • Insert copper pipes
  • Attach seat top and shelf

Build drawer

  • Join sides and back to make a frame
  • Cut bottom to size and attach to frame
  • Measure and cut out handle on front facade
  • Router edges
  • Attach drawer façade to frame
  • Sand
  • Attach backing
  • Varnish
  • Attach feet to main unit

Take a closer look

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Download the layout plans

Shoe rack layout plans