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MACKAPÄR Shoe cabinet/storage, white,

Price Rs. 7990
Price incl. of all taxes

How to get it

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 organised – you’ll be thankful every time you’re in a hurry.

Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number803.347.59

Product details

MRP Rs.11,186 (incl. tax)

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

Country of Origin

China, Lithuania

  • Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the walls in your home, sold separately.

    Holds approx. 24 pairs of shoes.

  • Material
    Top panel/ Bottom panel/ Side panels/ Door:
    Particleboard, Plastic edging, Acrylic paint, Acrylic paint
    Particleboard, Plastic edging, Laminate, Acrylic paint, Laminate, Acrylic paint
    Back panel:
    Fibreboard, Paper foil, Paper foil

    Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • This furniture must be fixed to the wall.


Width: 80 cm (31 1/2 ")

Depth: 35 cm (13 3/4 ")

Height: 102 cm (40 1/8 ")

  • MACKAPÄRArticle number803.347.59

    Width: 40 cm (16 ")

    Height: 17 cm (6 ¾ ")

    Length: 92 cm (36 ")

    Weight: 29.98 kg (66 lb 1 oz)

    Package(s): 1


Shoes do not fit. Do not buyUMI G.So as most other reviews here say, shoes do not fit straight, depth is less. You have to fit it in an angle. It should be made free standing. Also after 1 year of use, the back panel has started bending automatically which is very strange. No physical damage is there.3
Mackapar shoe storageVanithaDo not recommend this product. Firstly Functionality is not met, no shoes or slippers fit when the shelves are fixed straight without an angle . Secondly it is not a free standing unit it has to be fixed to the wall with screws . Not even designed for regular shoe size , it's only for kids shoes.2
The product doesn't work asSwatiThe product doesn't work as a standalone piece, it has to be attached to the wall. There is no other way. Should have been mentioned clearly on the product. Also, the size to keep shoes doesn't work. It's smaller than average show size of 7 or 8.1
Good stuff. Is exactly whatShanGood stuff. Is exactly what it promises to be.4
Shoe case - could have betterSharavathyWe are happy with the product but if you had provided bushes at the bottom it would help keep the area clean. Also need to work on the sturdiness of the door fittings.3
MACKAPÄR Shoe cabinet/storage, white, 80x35x102 cm

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