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HEMNES Shoe cabinet with 4 compartments, white,

Price £ 89
Previous price: £ 99

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A place to organise and store all your shoes, making life on the go a little easier. The simple, classical design with a touch of tradition looks great with other furniture in the HEMNES series.

Article Number601.561.21

Product details

Helps you organise your shoes and saves floor space at the same time.

In the shoe cabinet your shoes get the ventilation and the space they need to keep them like new for longer.

As the cabinet only has legs at the front, it can stand close up to the wall above the skirting-board.

Designer

K Hagberg/M Hagberg

Weight & measurements

Width: 107 cm

Depth: 22 cm

Height: 101 cm

Reviews

Grwat cabinetVerified ReviewerWe use this cabinet for our hats and gloves in the top section and shoes in the bottom. Works well for us!5
FabVerified ReviewerReally quite excellent..my only gripe was the instructions to assemble. Could have easier to follow. Also, had to cut the back to fit over my skirting. Ikea should just pre cut at standard height.4
ColourVerified ReviewerWhy is this not available in other colours. Have just purchased set of drawers in the grey and really wanted this in grey to match?1
Shoe cupboardVerified ReviewerLooks beautiful in our newly decorated hallway5
Poor instructions and lacks two key screws!Verified ReviewerI'm really gutted, been wanting a decent shoe storage for some time and I currently have a half assembled shoe cabinet after 3hrs of putting it together. All was going well until it got to putting the draws onto the frame and it was clear they were not going to go on. The joins for the draws were the wrong way around on my middle section panel and I made sure I checked the instruction carefully. Having looked back, the instructions for the middle panel contradict itself and can easily be confused. It was also really frustrating to find that there were no screws to put the cabinet into my wall. I can't even take it apart as, the big screws are locked in now so, I'm having to hope for the best and make my own holes and correct the errors in the hope I can fix it. Also, with a number of the screws, when you carefully screw them in it cracks the finish. Feels like such a waste of money.2
Ideal size, not the ideal qualityVerified ReviewerSuper functional shoe cabinet. Unfortunately it is not water resistant. The water stayed for couple of hours on the top shelf and it was seriously damaged. Sadly there is no way to replace it as a separate piece other then buying a new shoe cabinet :(4
Large cabinet for only 8 pairs of shoes.Verified ReviewerIt only holds 8 pairs. I have a similar size cabinet that holds 24 as there is an extra ledge to divide each compartment.This one takes up far too much space for only 8 pairs of shoes and I am only a size 5. I was expecting 16 at least. It also has a chip on the bottom panel. Not at all happy.1
Excellent value for money &Verified ReviewerExcellent value for money & looks good in a hallway5
Smart storageVerified ReviewerThis unit is fantastic and has totally decluttered our hallway! Shoes are taken off at the door straight into this unit where slippers were left! Thank you Ikeafor a great slim stylish unit!5
Not tall enoughVerified ReviewerI purchased this for my hallway, however my skirting boards are very tall and the unit legs do not extend over the top of the skirting board so is therefore not flush to the wall to enable us to screw it to the wall, I purchased the IKEA STUBBARP leg extenders however these are the incorrect size for the unit, any ideas of how to rectify this? Love the look of the item, just struggling to get it fitted3
Very pleased with product, looksVerified ReviewerVery pleased with product, looks really good5
Perfect for tight hallwaysVerified ReviewerSlimline cupboard sits neatly in the narrow hallway. Lots of space for shoes and boots - easily 2 pairs per draw. Does it need more than the 2 fixing points to the wall? Time will tell.5
Repurposed as bedroom storageVerified ReviewerNeeded a slim storage solution in bedroom and this is perfect! As always, easy to follow instructions, great design and looks great!5
Awful qualityVerified ReviewerAfter trying to put it together the middle panel needs screws in both sides, when putting in the second side it pulls up the wood and lacquer rather screwing in. I assumed i was unlucky with a faulty piece but after replacing the piece the same thing happened again. Awful quality1
Great for very, very narrow hallwayVerified ReviewerKeeps my shoes neatly packed away but on hand. Extra surface space and yet still incredibly slim! My only issue is my extremely high skirting means the cabinet is not flush with the wall, but that’s my issue rather than a fault of ikea!5
They are ok but itVerified ReviewerThey are ok but it was actually STOLL I wanted but that was unavailable. HEMNES is a reasonable alternative.4
Shoe storeVerified ReviewerExcellent product5
Shoe storageVerified ReviewerExcellent unit for storage, easy to assemble.5
Brilliant piece of furnitureVerified ReviewerJust perfect. Ideal for a small flat5
SmartVerified ReviewerFits nicely into the space we have. Doesn't take much of the room at all. Easy to put together.5
HEMNES Shoe cabinet with 4 compartments, white, 107x22x101 cm

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