Tired of tripping over shoes? Frustrated because the J-Me shoe rack she liked was a few inches too long for her entryway, Megan of Not Martha blog fame took matters (and timber) into her own hands...
Using wood, wood stain and L-brackets, Megan achieved the sleek, off-the-floor look she was going for.
Since children's shoes are considerably smaller than adult's, you would need to make the spaces between the two boards smaller than Megan did. See how she did it on her blog.
Check out another DIY shoe rack solution here.
(Re-Edited from 2007-7-31- CB)