Ideas for Hanging Closet Shoe Storage

Jan 10th

Closet shoe storage – Shoe storage systems come in different shapes and sizes, but the most used storage systems are hung on the walls. The systems allow shoes to be removed from the ground and clear valuable storage space. Shoe storage systems Wall shelves typically come as wood or plastic “click and lock” system. Both are fairly easy to hang on the walls. Use a stud finder to locate the wall beams. Drag the stud finder along the wall until it beeps. Mark the point was sounded, and then continues until you find another bolt. Mark this point with a pencil too. Drill pilot holes in the wall with a hammer and a nail. The pilot holes serve as a guide when you secure the shelf in place.

Unique closet shoe storage
Unique closet shoe storage

March Have a friend holds the shelf in place. Take the hammer and nails and drive the nail through the storage system on the wall. Repeat the process until the platform is fixed in place. Take the storage system plastic packaging and assemble the parts as instructed. Most plastic systems work in a system of “click and lock” that simply requires you to put the pieces together until they snap into place. May take the closet shoe storage system and hold it against the wall or door you want to hang.

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Having a friend to mark the point where the system will be. Take the closet shoe storage system and set it aside. Pilot hammer holes in the wall or door, where they will crash the system. The pilot will guide holes where the screws or nails will. Have a friend hold up the system. Make sure the system is linear with the level then use a hammer to drive nails into place. Continue until the system is fixed to the wall or door.