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DIY Boot Tray with Rocks

This front door shoe storage solution is perfect for snowy boots!

Updated January 17, 2019
DIY Boot Tray with Rocks
DIY Boot Tray with Rocks

This DIY Boot Tray with Rocks is the perfect way to upgrade your front door shoe storage situation.

It can be difficult to find a way to store shoes and boots that also looks great. And you especially need something when the weather turns cold and wet, and you're faced with snowy boots all over your clean floor!

That's where this easy boot tray DIY comes in. It uses river rocks for a pretty farmhouse look. The rocks also do a great job of stopping your boots from sitting in a pile of melted snow. It's a fantastic DIY solution!

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Easy

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Are you looking for a way to keep the mud from getting on the floor where you put your boots in winter or want a better way to organizer them than why not check out this idea. So very simple but does the job. If you have a hall entry closet or a mud room this would be perfect. The pebbles keep the floor dry and mud from dripping. I love the pebbles to help absorb the water and mud and I like the idea of storing the other shoes on the shelf. Do you need one of these?

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