DIY Lazy Susan Shoe Storage


If you’re looking for a great shoe storage system, then this DIY lazy Susan shoe storage is for you!

This storage idea keeps your shoes neat, organized, and all in one place. No more hassle in the mornings when choosing your footwear for the day!

Lazy Susan Shoe Storage Examples

Where do you usually store all your shoes? In your garage, bedroom, or walk-in closet? Well, you can always put this mechanism almost anywhere you want. 🙂

Materials Needed To Make A Lazy Susan Shoe Storage

You’ll need these materials:

  • 9 pcs 700mm dia x 12mm Plywood Discs
  • 24 pcs 250x150mm 12mm Plywood Standard Dividers
  • 5 pcs 250x500mm 12mm Plywood Tall Dividers (optional)
  • 2 pcs 460x50mm 12mm Plywood – Base length A
  • 3 pcs 436x50mm 12mm Plywood – Base length B
  • Plywood Offcuts
  • 40 x 1.6mm Nails
  • PVA Glue
  • Lazy Susan shoe storage mechanisms
  • Protractor
  • 2-part Epoxy Glue
  • Paint

And these tools:

  • Long Nap Mini Roller
  • Foam Mini Roller
  • Router
  • Saw

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Thanks to Better Homes and Gardens for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…

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