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post #16 of 51
Very nice! Tell me about the metal pieces on the outside corners - did you buy those or make them?
post #17 of 51
I think I'm gonna just get the bars and install them across the bottom of my closet. This way I won't have to deal with mentally remembering what pair is in what box or reading the handwritten names. But what will I do with all of the boxes?????
post #18 of 51
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

Very cool work and I appreciate the write up. If I needed something to store my shoes in, this would be the perfect weekend project.
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Awesome just Awesome !!! Well done icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Bump for respect and inspiration.
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

OP, you got mad skillz. I want one.
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Originally Posted by justsayno View Post

awesome work op

Thank you very much guys.

By the way what "OP" means ?
post #19 of 51
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Originally Posted by Thrifter View Post

The front is missing:
Just kidding - looks great!

Thanks, but you are right that was the plan but I think I became lazy.
post #20 of 51
This was really fun to see. fistbump.gif I have fantasized about the Ephtée designed room for my seemingly endless collection, but this has set the wheels spinning on the temperature controlled buildout of the garage rotflmao.gif
post #21 of 51
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Originally Posted by mech IFR View Post

Awesome job OP. Would love to put something like this together (though not nearly as high a quality) when I find some time. Exceptional!

Just do it, you need a bit of time and lots of will and thats it.
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Please make a YouTube video for the next construction for all those who are poor at reading directions. It could be like a DIY Network for the well dressed.
Congrats, I admire your skill.

It is an idea but tough to set-up
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Originally Posted by MadAboutPlaid View Post

Very nice! Tell me about the metal pieces on the outside corners - did you buy those or make them?

I bought it but it is not exactly what I wanted. Actually it was impossible to find the same kind in solid brass.
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I think I'm gonna just get the bars and install them across the bottom of my closet. This way I won't have to deal with mentally remembering what pair is in what box or reading the handwritten names. But what will I do with all of the boxes?????

I think it is a good idea and keep the box to keep extra shoes (As I do for the rest of the collection)
post #22 of 51
Looks great, OP! Thanks for sharing.

Nice shoes, too.
post #23 of 51
Looks neat. What are those very light colored wingtips on the second row?

PS. I would actually put a cover that says Marshall on it on that thing. \m/.§ d_d §.\m/
post #24 of 51

 

 

Nice!  I would even go for a simple one made out of wood and stained. 

 

Where did you get the metal bars?

 

 

post #25 of 51
very impressive work!
post #26 of 51
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Thank you very much guys.
By the way what "OP" means ?

Original poster- the person who started the thread.
post #27 of 51
Very nice! I'll have to do this one day!

Thanks for posting!
post #28 of 51
very nice! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Have you done other projects like this, and if so, what were they? Thank you.
post #29 of 51
Thread Starter 
Thank you again for nice comments and interest.
Yes I made a pair of shoes, a belt a bag and a wallet you find some details on this thread : http://www.styleforum.net/t/120185/my-adventure-in-diy-bespoke-shoemaking
I also made a shoe care valet box which I will post some pictures soon.
post #30 of 51
Awesome work, OP. simply awesome.
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