DIY Industrial Shoe Rack
My other half and I have been living in our 325 square foot apartment for a year and a half… but we just now realized that we don’t have any storage for our every day sneakers! So, when my friends at Kreg asked me to partner on a project for Build Something‘s website, I jumped at the opportunity to make us a West Elm inspired industrial shoe rack for our apartment. This project cost me around $30 in material, and took one day to make! Not too bad for a functional piece of furniture!
How To Make An Industrial Shoe Rack
If you’re someone who loves West Elm, but hates the prices, this is a great project for you. Inspired by their Industrial Shoe Rack, my version will save you over $100 (mostly because it’s faux metal)! I started this project on a Sunday morning, and was able to photograph it by Sunday evening!
Now our friends will have a place to put their shoes when they visit, instead of us piling sneakers in front of the door and digging our way to take out.
Want to start building this shoe rack as soon as possible? Check out the FREE plans on Build Something’s website! You can also click on the photo below for a direct link to the plans!
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In other news, be sure to check back soon for the YouTube tutorial for this project!
This post is sponsored by Kreg Tool & BuildSomething.com. All opinions, desires to knock-off West Elm, and published plans are my own.
DIY Home Sweet Home5 years ago
It looks great. I love the contrasting wood with grey!
Sam Raimondi5 years ago AUTHOR
Shoes, Shoes Store,5 years ago
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Cole Byrne1 year ago
Thanks for sharing this! All the best!