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  1. Shoe Shelf

    Shoe shelf I made for my wife for her birthday. The concept, I think, was sound. The implementation, not so much. Was on a tight budget for materials, and the thing had to fit into a very narrow space. It's made from re-sawn 2/4's in a sort of "crate" style. The shelves are adjustable using...
  2. Shoe rack or tree for walk-in closet

    I made this shoe tree for my daughter for her walk-in closet this Christmas past. I searched LJ and Goggled, but didn't find much along the line I was looking for; so, I made my own design loosely based on the store bought plastic thingy that was falling apart. It is made of 1×3 oak and 5/8"...
  3. Radiator shoe warmer

    I made this because my wife balanced her shoes on the top of the radiator.
  4. Shoe Rack that Spins!

    A heavily requested shoe rack. Multi-tier rotating shoe rack that can hold 24 pairs of shoes. Shelf heights range from 6", 8" and 18".
  5. Walnut shoe bench with bark and sapwood.

    Needed something to use to put on shoes. With walnut you can't lose. All the young dudes, carry the news. Boogaloo sh…...oops got a little sidetracked. Anyhow, I stabilized the bark with CA glue, finish is shellac and wax (got a hazy spot I couldn't seem to get rid of and didn't feel like...
  6. Shoe Box

    In the Northwest, most people remove their shoes when they go into a home weather it's their own or they are the guest of someone else. Maybe because it is so rainy here or maybe because of the influence of the Asian population; what ever the reason, it sure keeps the floors much nicer and...
  7. Shoe Bench

    Shoe bench for the foot of the bed. Made of oak plywood with solid oak face frame and trim.
  8. Imitation Cedar 2x4 Challenge Shoe Bench

    My last time trying to do real woodworking with construction lumber in a long while. Entry for the current Reddit woodworking 2×4 challenge. Huge exercise in frustration trying to make the wood do stuff it just didn't want to, but the end result is sturdy enough for 250 pounds on top and for...
  9. Mud Room Bench and Storage Cabinet

    I haven't posted anything in some time, so I'm planning on adding a few projects I've done here recently. We built a new house and the builder had an option for some mud room storage in this area. It was not cheap and was of a low quality so I finally got around to building one myself...
  10. lazy susan shoe rack

    My friends wife asked her if I would make her this shoe rack. The plans were online in metric so I converted them to standard and modified them a little bit to cut down on the amount of lumber needed. I built my first router circle jig for this project it worked great. I used the pocket hole...
  11. Shoe Bench with Cubbies

    Step one: buy canvas pull-out bins Step two: Build a box around them. Step three: Sit on the box, take off your shoes, and put them in a Bin. Step four: Post on Lumberjocks. (Made from Pine project panels from lowes…to avoid either panel glue-ups or plywood edging…early American minwax...
  12. Perfectly Imperfect Shoe Rack

    Mostly maple, with he front rails made of Paduak. Finished with a few coats of poly. It would be nothing remarkable, except… This was my first attempt at hand cut dovetails. Or any dovetails, for that matter. Completely unnecessary joinery, but I figured a floor level piece that was more...
  13. Shoe Bench for Entryway

    Made with Box Store lumber (what they call cabinet grade plywood and aspen trim) and left unfinished at the customers request. She's going to paint it. It is sturdy. I traded for this piece. She's doing a short infomercial on my workshop to help push my keychains.
  14. Shoe Rack

    This shoe rack for my mud room was requested by my wife out of necessity after our cheap particle board shoe rack disintegrated from my kids climbing on it. The overall size is 48"L x 12"W x 15.5"H. The top and shelf are cherry and the ends are curly maple. Finish is 4 coats of General...
  15. Shoe rack

    Thanks to LJ TopamaxSurvivor, whose project I used as a plan to make a Shoerack for the other halfs walk in closet. I used Poplar and hardwood dowels, not Oak. Used the dimensions that TopamaxSurvivor posted, and also the rise from front dowel to back, is 2" which works well.
  16. Entryway Shoe Bench

    I made this for my mom a few months ago to replace another (much larger, 'modern' style) shoe bench I made for her last year. It's made from pressure treated lumber that my brother got from work a few years ago, plus the absolute last of my pine scraps (trying to be extra scrappy during the...
  17. HALL TREE with SHOE STORAGE •

    Aug 02, 2020 I finally got to work on a non-shop-related project in my new expanded shop. Our new sunroom needed a place to store shoes and a place to sit and put them on or take them off. It also needed a place to hang stuff. So I designed and built this hall tree from the scraps that I've...
  18. Shoe Carving Challenge: Progress Pictures

    Nov. 13/10 This project was first posted here as part of the Great Shoe Carving Challenge. I am re-posting to add my progress photos. Teacher & Students: A big thank-you to Jordan for teaching the class and supporting me (and the other 6 students). You can see all the projects here.) Note...
  19. Build a giant shoe box! (VIDEO!)

    I documented the video on my YouTube Channel. I encourage you to check it out! This week I built a giant shoe box! It is a copy of an Air Jordan shoe box, complete with product tag! This build is for a client who collects Air Jordan shoes. He wanted a dedicated place to store them and show...
  20. Shoe Rack

    This was a simple project that I made one afternoon a few months ago. I really needed some organization in the closet, and this was the solution. And because it was going to be hidden in the closet, I chose to go with MDF. Also, because I had a lot of it in the garage. This project also gave me...
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