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DIY Shoe Storage
DIY Shoe Storage

"Upgrade an old boot tray with this DIY shoe storage! Perfect for snowy boots, this front door shoe storage idea will completely change the look of your entryway! We get a lot of snow and our entryway is usually a mess. I bought these old black boot trays years ago with this purpose in mind but in time it all became a huge mess, more like a storage space for everything. It makes me choke every time I see it! Now this new shoe and boot tray is a totally different story. I am so much happier about my entryway now, I think it looks a lot tidier, cleaner and clutter free! And I added an extra tray by the door, for guests’ shoes and boots."

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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