A while back I posted about my Polaroid Shoe Storage and told you I would be back with how I store my high heels.
And then I lied a bit, and took
weeks months to post about it. Maybe I had a bad episode or two of being hangry, and had to fix that, pronto….
I wanted to get the majority of my shoes off of the ground and had a bit of wall space behind the door to the closet.
I did a quick count of shoes and measured off the area and headed out.
Primed Moulding (I bought one long 7 foot piece)
Spray Paint, color of choice
Miter Saw (One of the great things about a miter saw? The neighbor kids are scared of the noise it makes, which equals less scooters, which equals less little humans running around. Do you see where I am going here? It goes hand in hand with the perfectly placed bird’s nest above the front door.)
Air Strike Crown Stapler
1. Measure and mark on trim where it needs to be cut at.
2. Secure trim with clamp.
3. Line up your marks with laser. Seriously this little red light has saved me a thousand times already.
4. Paint all pieces.
5. Take your largest pair of heels and make enough room between each piece of moulding.
6. Make sure each piece of moulding is level before attaching. It helps a ton to line one side up to a wall, door frame, etc.
7. Attach each piece of moulding. I used my Airstrike and had it all up in less than five minutes. You don’t have to find a stud for this.
Instead of covering the staples, sanding, painting and all that junk, I opted to quickly cut out vinyl dots and cover the staples and added just a few more.
Here and there.
And I can peel off when the mood strikes.
This will be over at Ryobi Nation, be sure and head over there for more ideas 😉