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MACKAPÄR Shoe/storage cabinet, white,

Price $ 139.00

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Keeps shoes handy but out of sight. If you have lots of shoes, stack two units on top of each other. MACKAPÄR series helps keep your entrance organized – you’ll be thankful every time you’re in a hurry.

Article Number503.347.51

Product details

If you need more storage, you can place another cabinet on top of the first one.

The shelves can be mounted flat or angled so that you can adapt them to the size of the shoes you are storing.

Ideal in smaller areas since the sliding doors save space.


Eva Lilja Löwenhielm


Width: 80 cm (31 1/2 ")

Depth: 35 cm (13 3/4 ")

Height: 102 cm (40 1/8 ")

Ratings and reviews

goodMygod look5
Stylish shoe storageJameLooks great, lots of storage, easy to assemble.5
Over all it is okRodalynOver all it is ok but it doesn’t fit big size shoes it only goes with standard size.3
Good productSuhaibGood product5
Good quality and looks greatJorgeGreat quality, but it would had been a better idea if it had four legs instead of three and have to rely on the wall3
Okayish not too greatSakshiIt would be nice to have balanced set of legs and not rely on the baseboard for stability.2
Not BadMohammadrezaNot Bad1
Bad and low quality inLakhbirBad and low quality in level to price the customer pay for1
Put 2 together in anWendyPut 2 together in an afternoon and positioned it behind our headboard. The bed is in the middle of the room so the 2 units offer storage and serve as a shelf behind the headboard. 2 units side by side are a perfect fit across the width of a Queen headboard.5
Watch your baseboards...SophieThis is a nice shoe cabinet for the entryway. However, I did not notice that it stands only on 3 feet at the front of the cabinet and the back is held with a secured screw in the wall. I have an old house with thick baseboards and now the cabinet is leaning... Furthermore, the plastic sliders where the doors slide in are quite cheap and bend easy. I am not sure how long this will last. I need to find a way to make it stand straight as I do not want to remove my 100 year old baseboards. I do love the look of it though and I will try to make it work.2
I love this shoe cabinet.RondaI love this shoe cabinet. Great addition to our walk-in closet.5
Need to adjust the part.Verified BuyerNeed to adjust the part. Quailty is not good3
I like this articleHeleneI like this article5
Very nice product, it worksSilviaVery nice product, it works smoothly and it exactly what l needed.5
Fulfills the purposeMohammadAdditional feature of door lock would have been beneficial.5
Love itLoriHolds lots of shoes, keeps the door area clutter free!!! Doors slide easily. Super happy!4
The shoe cabinet looks greatKarthiThe shoe cabinet looks great at my entrance. The only issue I has was with bigger shoes , the shelves were not wide enough to accommodate.5
MACKAPÄR Shoe/storage cabinet, white, 31 1/2x13 3/4x40 1/8 "

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