After we created our DIY wood hall tree, I really wanted a place for my husband to put his shoes. We previously had a little shelf system that actually belongs in a closet; it’s something that we put in the mud room when we moved in, and it never left. But now that I have this pretty hall tree for storage, I wanted some thing that matched it.
I had some scraps from the hall tree project, so I decided to take small pieces of 2 x 4 and use them as legs for a short shoe rack DIY. For the top I used a piece of scrap two-inch trim left over from my wood wall art project. So, if you’re keeping a tally, this project cost me nothing. What’s more, cutting and assembling the shoe rack took only a few minutes, as did filling the holes, sanding, and staining. Leaving it alone to dry was the most time-consuming part of the project! Here’s what I did.Continue reading “One-Hour Shoe Rack DIY”