Shoe shelf – A wooden slat shoe shelf looks like a warehouse pallet. The stand uses spaces between the slats of wood to keep shoes by supporting them between the toe of the shoe and its laces. A shoe shelf as this works fine in closets or entrances. This design is easy to construct and use cheap and basic materials. In about 30 minutes you can be to organize your shoes on your newly installed slat shoe shelf.
Build your own wooden slat shoe shelf, Drill two 3/8-inch holes that are 2 inches deep into each of your 36-inch boards. There should be a hole 6 inches from each end of both boards. Screw the 36-inch boards to the wall where you prefer to hang your shoe shelf, using a screw gun and 4-inch screws. Position the boards vertically and parallel to each other, to place them 20 inches apart with 3/8 inch holes visible and perpendicular to the wall.
Build your own wooden slat shoe shelf, Screw a 27-inch board horizontal to the 36-inch boards so the 27-inch edge is flush with the upper ends of both 36-inch boards. Make sure the ends of the 27-inch boards are flush with the sides of the 36-inch boards. Screw another 27-inch board, so that it is parallel to the first and 2 inches below it. Repeat this process until you can use the rest of the 27-inch boards, by means of two 2-inch screws for each board.