So I am thrilled to FINALLY share with you my Shoe Cubby Dresser!
And I also have free building plans too so you can build your own!! Woo hoo!
Click HERE to download free PDF Shoe Cubby Dresser Plans!
Originally I was going to share this as my Organize Build Challenge project, but I mixed up my dead lines and instead posted my Video Game Storage. So this project has basically been almost done for two weeks.
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Kreg Right Angle Clamp as my extra pair of hands.
Ryobi Nail gun I nailed through the shelf into each divider piece.
I also wanted to make sure the drawers wouldn't push in too far, and hit the back piece so I added some scrap plywood strips for drawer stoppers. I just glued and nailed them onto the back of each drawer section.
Copper Tube Straps that I thought would be perfect to hold some wood dowels. I got 1/2 size in both, but the copper tubes were still a little too big. So I just hot glued the wood dowels into the tubes and that was it!
Corner Braces to add a decorative touch, since I was going for a very masculine rustic industrial feel. I spray painted them, along with the pulls I made, using Rutoluem's oil rubbed bronze. (Can you seem my screws? I stuck them into a box so I could paint the tops to match.) I used my Home Right Finish Max Pro to paint the shoe cubby dresser...oops I mean dressers, I did make two. A tall one and a smaller one.
Ryobi Nail gun to nail on the top I was done!! I love the look, it is just what I wanted!
Lego Tables would have been enough storage! These drawers are easy to pull out so the kids can sort and build in a snap, then put them back just as easily.
Do you need shoe storage? This just might be the answer to your problems!
Come back later today for something exciting and new...I am going to start co-hosing the Creativity Unleashed link party! I am sooo excited, so please come and find inspiration every Thursday at 7 pm EST and link up your projects!
I will be linking to these parties and Savvy Southern Style