How to Build a Boot Stand
Tidy up and protect your floors with this boot stand made from balusters
This winter, give muddy, salt-stained floors the boot with this clever stand, a perfect resting place for wet Wellies and snowy footwear. Ours gets a stylish upgrade from a mix of turned-wood stair balusters. Hit up your local salvage yard or pick up new ones at the home center, starting at $5 each.
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Cut list to build a boot stand:
Balusters: eight @ 23 inches long, with uniform base heights cut to 10°
Boot-rack base: one 2x6 cut with 45° angled ends and to 24 inches between long points
Boot-rack feet: two 2x4s cut with 45° angled ends and to 8 ½ inches between long points