Wood Shoe Rack Design Ideas
Basic design for wood shoe rack is made of a couple of pieces of wood and some studs. Pieces of plywood are the sides of the shoe rack and the pins work like the shelves. The use of shelf pegs in shoe racks allows snow or rain to be removed in the shoes and not puddle on a shelf.
Place a sheet of flat plywood on a hard surface. Then, draw three lines across the sheet that is parallel to the longest side. Space every 4 inches away and with the two outer lines 1 ½ inches away from the edges. And then, draw three other lines that are perpendicular to the first of three that are spaced 9 inches apart and with the two outer lines 1 inch away from the shorter side. And also repeat this process on the other sheet of plywood.
Drill a hole 1/2 inch deep, 3/4 inches in diameter, where each of the lines intersect on both sheets of plywood. Then, erase the remaining pencil lines from the plywood. Also, place the pieces of plywood 30 inches apart with the holes facing each other. Insert the nine pins into the holes. Screw through the plywood and into the studs using the wood screws. Paint or dye the shoe rack to protect the wood.