锘? Ikea Hack: STRIPA Shoe Rack Make a simple but elegant shoe rack from Ikea shelves. Shoes float out from the wall, and their own weight keeps them in the minimal looking rack. It can accommodate various sizes of toe, with small toed shoes fitting between the very back of the two shelves, and large toed boots fitti.That’s it. It can accommodate various sizes of toe, with small toed shoes fitting between the very back of the two shelves, and large toed boots fitting between the recessed parts that offer a wider opening.The shelves come with small metal pins and holes pre drilled for joining them together at the ends, so you could easily run more than one of these along a wall. As it is, I find one of these can take three pairs comfortably, or seven shoes if they’re crammed a bit.Edit: Put a second one up, added some noisy phone camera shots to show it. The edge of the lens makes them look different, but both racks have exactly the same spacing.Bio:I live in the UK. Half my working time is spent running indie games events, the rest is spent prototyping things I used to take my toys apart and put them back together when I was a kid.