Plywood shoe rack10th March 2021 — 2 minute readShoes everywhere, all day, every day. Time for a shoe rack and some tough discipline!In order to make it fit with the kitchen island, I used the same plywood and hardwax oil finish.Breaking in my new Festool table saw. I think I'm in love.For the sides I went with curves. Nothing better than a can of WD40 to lay them out.Plunge cuts on the table saw for the straight parts and a little jigsaw action to finish the curved cuts.Some sanding was required to make everything smooth.Dry fit of the shelves to get the correct angle and depth.Added bevels to the shelves so they line up flush with the sides. Also marked out for the plunge cuts.Do be careful when plunge cutting.Finished the cuts with a pull saw.Makes for a lighter looking shelf I think.Used brass screws to join everything.Oiled and ready to take shoes.