In today’s post I wanted to share with you a collection of shoe organizer projects I’ve curated on Hometalk.com. Each of these projects are available for viewing on my Shoe Organizer Clipboard on Hometalk.
If you don’t already have a free user account at Hometalk, I’d recommend you sign up for one. You’ll be able to post your own projects or questions and comments to other user’s work. It’s a great resource for DIYers.
Here’s the shoe organizer project collection:
Have a great weekend and we’ll be back next weekend with more shop work!!
Happy Monday! We had a mildly productive weekend. Not gonna lie though, we’re much slower at home projects since the summer ended. Here’s the deal, I’m taking a grad school class that requires weekly homework assignments on top of being parents, working full-time and doing general everyday life stuff like cooking, cleaning, eating, etc. I’m thoroughly enjoying this class, but it’s amazing how marginal my free time is. In the summer, when I’m not taking any classes and the days are longer, it seems like I can knock these projects out quicker. Oh well. It is what it is. In other news, we’re almost done our garage shoe rack.
Garage Shoe Rack Part 2: The Sequel. Unlike most sequels, this follow up IS better than the original AND the book (there is no book).
We last left off with the shoe rack looking all framed up.
Now this isn’t bad. If I wanted to, I could start painting it. But, the shelves are plywood and I think they’ll look better if their edges are hidden.
To hide that plywood edge, I’m going to glue and nail on a piece of poplar that’s the same thickness as the shelf. I’ll miter the edges so it wraps around the shelf.
Once the side pieces are added, it will look like this…
See, no more plywood end grain. After spending a good amount of time trimming out those ten shelves, the construction portion is complete.
To mount this shoe rack to the garage wall, I’ve added a top and bottom plywood board that can be used for a fastener location.
Remember, this whole thing is mainly held together with some wood glue and pocket screws.
After some sanding, it’s ready for the paint shop, i.e., my garage.
Insert exciting cliffhanger music!!
This is where we’re going to leave off since we haven’t finished painting it. We’ll be priming it white and then finishing it with a black gloss topcoat. Really looking forward to getting all those shoes up off the garage floor #firstworldproblems.
So this is what 33 is like… getting excited about a garage shoe rack. Enjoy your 20’s while it lasts.
What’s new and exciting in your neck of the woods? Everyone doing okay after Sandy?