From the remnants of chipboard boards or parts of old cabinet furniture, you can make a practical and necessary structure that can replace a shoe cabinet in the country and even in a miniature hallway.
The size of the shoe stand is not clearly marked, which means that you can proceed from the amount of material available. Having determined the location of the future shoe shelf, we take the appropriate measurements. It is important to choose a single piece of slab for the base.
The addition will be the slats, from which the holders will subsequently be made. An alternative to chipboard in this case can be the remnants of edged boards or beams.
To create each holder, you need 1 long and 2 short strips. The length of the larger strip should be the same as the width of the slab. Smaller strips must be at least 15 cm long, taking into account the allowances required for joining the base plate. Each holder is a U-shaped structure with a long strip in the middle. The short slats are attached to the long one at an angle of 90 degrees. For reliability, the joints are first glued and then fastened with screws.
Short strips can be cut in advance or adjusted to the desired size after attaching the first holder. The number of holders as well as the height and width of the stand may vary. At the same time, it is important that the distance between them is sufficient in order to freely get or return to the place a single pair of shoes.
After the stand is ready, we determine the place of its attachment to the wall. We drill the corresponding holes in the wall for fastening, complement them with dowels. The mount can be either through or hidden. In the first case, you will need longer screws or anchors, in the second - additional loops on the back of the stand.
The stand is ready to be filled. You can use a similar design for other purposes, for example, instead of a holder for umbrellas, tools or household equipment.
For more details on how to create a compact shoe rack, see the video below: