Hi Diana, hope this helps you build storage for your shoes.
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— You can pick up tension rods at the Dollar Store pretty cheap. Grab a few smaller ones and then when you get home, use them to make a quick and easy shoe rack for the closet. You just hang the tension rod pretty close to the wall and then use it to slip your shoes in. This works really great for those high heels.
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Hi Diana: What I did was to get a piece of wood 10 inches wide by 8 feet long and maybe 1/2 inch thick. I had the people at the home improvement store cut off 2 pieces 10 inches long, so that they are 10 inches by 10 inches, and there is a piece that is about 6 feet long. I nailed these shorter pieces to the long piece so it looks like a shelf. Then I got a 1inch by 2 inch by 6 foot long piece of wood, (I think they come in 7 or 8 feet long, which is good), cut it to fit on the outside of the legs and screwed that about 1/2 or 3/4's of the way down on the long side, to the 2 'legs' of the shelf. This keeps it from swaying. If you can, cut 2 squares pieces of wood from the narrow piece of wood, cut it in 1/2, corner to corner to make a triangle and screw these to the top corners, opposite from where the back brace is, on the inside, if you can, or the outside is o.k.. That will make it a bit sturdier. Be sure to drill holes before you screw this together to keep from splitting the wood. Then you can paint or stain it. It's really easy to do and mine have lasted over 30 years. It will cost under $10. Good luck
Borrowing space from between wall studs for recessed shoe storage is a floor-space-saving idea.
Hello. Here is a peg rack that you might use for boots.
Hello this video might be helpful.
Sometimes you can find little cubbies at places like Walmart or Target. That’s what I tend to use.
Take a look at these Pinterest ideas:
Hi Diana, here's a few beautiful ideas on hometalk that may inspire you https://www.hometalk.com/search/all?filter=shoe%20storage
Here's a link with several ideas. Some are more complicated than others, but I think you'll find one that works for you:
This is inexpensive! https://www.hometalk.com/25663989/crate-storage-with-a-new-spin
Hi Diana, I made these for my entryway out of scrap wood. They didn't cost a thing. I am not sure how many shoes you need to store though... https://www.recreateddesigns.com/2017/06/maximize-entryway-pallet-wooden-shoe-rack/
Use shelving boards and build a basic bookcase. You can either put luan plywood on the back or leave open. Then paint, stain, or cover with contact paper. Make sure to anchor so they don’t topple if you build them over 3 high. It is easy to custom build for your space available that way and cost is very low.
Here's a good idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IivCXwhdmyk
We have a tiny space for our front door. We just have folding shelves that we purchased that are big enough to hold cubbies that we fill with shoes: https://momhomeguide.com/spring-entry-way-reveal/
There are lots of ideas here:
There are many kits in the stores that you assemble at home.