Kallax BookcaseHEATHERI just love the Kallax bookcases, I have them in closets for storage and bedrooms as bookcases. They hold so much and look very modern.5
Kallax bookshelfMing-ChuIt was easy to assemble and looks very nice.5
Board game organization!MeredithIt fits our board games perfectly. Easy to build and light but sturdy.5
This worksMarieBought on impulse when looking for something else and am so happy with it.
We renovated a closet and were actually able to build this unit inside of it. This is our new shoe rack. It’s perfect5
ReviewKarieNice product easy assembly!4
A nice (and normal...no ornateJOYA nice (and normal...no ornate stuff) shelf unit...great for tv room and sports stuff, along w board games.5
Love itLOANNEAbsolutely perfect for board games, for 20$ more the gloss one is so worth it, such a nicer material and lasts so well! We have 3 of these now5
Just what I needed.LizJust what I needed.5
The best solutionJaneThis makes it 10 Kallax that I have. They are the perfect solution for every room. They are in my sewing room, organizing all of my fabrics. They are in my rec room, organizing all of my books and music. They are in my wine room, organizing all of my u-brew wine. I even have one in my foyer. The biggest ones are a little more challenging to assemble simply because you need the strength to do so and then get them standing, but with a little help from a friend, they're good to go.5
Exactly what I was looking for!WendyThis was very quick to show up and so dang easy to put together!! Love how they have protective tape on all the showing edges. Excellent product and quality. Great bang for your buck!5
Love this unit!RUSLove this unit!5
Very good storage for boardJodineVery good storage for board games.5
Great storage unitCOLEENWent together well. Some pilot holes weren't drilled properly, so thats was a bit annoying, but aside from that, assembly was great. Unit looks nice and stores items nicely.5
Just the thingianIt is exactly what I wanted, I waited for a couple of years till it was in stock and finally received the boxes. The instructions said needs two people but Heck I am a big guy, So I was 3/4 through the assembly when I cracked it in half. It is repaired now and looks great, does what is expected and I am almost a happy camper.4
Love it!AmandaLove it!5
Working great!HobunWorking great!5
Exactly what I wanted butNadeanExactly what I wanted but I ended up with 3 marks( scratches) befor done ! Very heavy5
Kallax-16 cube shelfSophieLove it! It’s perfect for what I needed. Pretty easy to put together.5
Simple. Elegant. Useful.FANINASimple design gives elegant classy look to any room. Great size for anything: from LPs to books, sculptures to storage boxes, etc. would love some more in white.5
Sturdy unit, perfect for scrapbookingCHRISTINESturdy unit, perfect for scrapbooking supplies!5
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