STÄLLShoe cabinet with 4 compartmentsArticle Number701.781.70
Width: 15 " (38 cm)
Height: 5 ½ " (14 cm)
Length: 40 ¼ " (103 cm)
Weight: 41 lb 12 oz (18.95 kg)
Wall fitting for a narrow entranceTAMMYThis is a great size for my entrance. I did by wall mounted, didn't install the legs.5
Perfect storage unit for eitherMichellePerfect storage unit for either shoes or to hide Internet box5
Love it!LEAHBeen looking for a very slim shoe cabinet that does not go over 8 inches and this is perfect!5
Ok very goodHennadiiOk very good5
Love it!RaquelChanged the space totally at home. Now it looks like it is an actual entry hall. Plus, it makes our place look more organized cause there are no shoes everywhere!5
Nice shoe cabinetBodhisattvaIt really a nice product and just right for 8 pairs of shoes. I have deducted 1 star because they haven't provided any screw to install it on wall and this is mandatory to put on the wall and can't stand of its own. So, based on the high price of a shoe stand customer should expect a basic accessories to be included in the package.4
It is sleek design makesZULAIt is sleek design makes hallway nice and neat. It doesn't take up much space and holds a fair amount of shoes. Plastuc inside is good quality. Wish if it has little drawer on top.4
Heavy and solidAnnTakes quite a bit of time to put together but really is nice, drawers were tight. But my baseboards are tall so I had to go with the hemnes shoe storage. The color is quite off white, like almost beige if compared with other white items from ikea5
Great shoe storageAnonymousTakes up little space and looks great5
Perfect for a small spacekatmicx22This was so easy to put together, and was the perfect solution to a very small entryway's clutter. It holds 8 pairs of our shoes and takes up very little space. We love it!5
Great shoe storage for a small placeUrban home ownerIts small footprint is perfect for our condo as it doesn’t stick out too far. I just wish it came with the parts to secure it to the wall!4
Cabinet excellent but missing partsYour customer service sucI brought cabinet online and pick no issue . There is parts missing. I called several time wait long. Reach out to Twitter they told me I will receive 7-10 days that’s pass.4
Perfect shoe rackVicto17I bought it a week ago and I’m very happy about it5
I love itmarypop8I have 3 of them home and it is pefect for my small apartment.5
Gave 3 stars but...ludo8I gave 3 stars but haven't purchased yet...it would be helpful to men with bigger feet to know what the biggest size of shoes these hold before they make a purchase3
Great for small spacesCara MariaWe just got this and it looks very cute. It doesn't take up much space and holds a fair amount of shoes. It really cleans up the space.5
Fabulous shoe storage!Pearl66We installed 2 of the STALL shoe cabinets in our boot room and they made an unbelievable difference. I wish we had done it 20 years ago! I talked my husband into leaving off the front legs and mounting only into the wall. The clutter is gone and it's a snap to vacuum under them.5
Perfect shoe storageShamilaI bought one month ago and I m so happy to got this it’s not only good for storage even it’s give a beautiful effect at my place5
Ann Odriso happy and perfect shoe storage5
PerfectAliciag87My first install of ikea furniture! It went very smoothly, I was nervous nothing was labeled but soon found everything, fits perfectly. Love the look!5
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