BISSAShoe cabinet with 2 compartmentsArticle Number502.427.37
Width: 16 ¾ "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 37 ½ "
Weight: 33 lb 15 oz
Assembling this product was easyAmandaAssembling this product was easy after reading the instructions manual twice. It’s is perfect and exactly what I needed.5
Awesome!DanielleThis product I’d amazing! I was looking for something that made a statement while not taking up too much space…& this is it! It is also sleek & customizable. I originally ordered one & then ordered another since I wanted to cover more space in the entryway!5
Shoe rackHOLLYAbsolutely love it!5
Love the storage!DeniseIt was easy to assemble and looks great!5
great valueHONG M.great value4
Love themElizabethSimple and unobtrusive. I had a small space and lots of shoes. These were perfect.5
Space saverShey TaylorPerfect for storing my hair extensions while providing a nice clean look to my store. Easy to put together. I used EZ drywall anchors from Home Depot to secure to the wall.4
Beautiful and functional!ZarkeyaSo, I may have a tiny little huge shoe problem…and we desperately needed storage for my ever-growing collection. Enter three of these cabinets and problem solved! They are inexpensive and the store at least 8 pairs of shoes each. I really love how sleek and versatile they are.5
CutedanielWorks as it should . Decent for price4
Depth is a little moreAmadoDepth is a little more than what I really needed because what I really in your show room is out of stock. My question is.. why display a product that you don’t have? Sell it, or put it away.4
Shoe CabinetDONNAKeeps my entry clutter free. Holds several pairs of shoes. Super pleased with the quality at such a good price.5
Bought 3 - love themAmberMessed up on the first one’s bottom due to poor directions and used wood glue to keep it secure so I couldn’t fix it once I understood what I did wrong. Love the look of them. Used for my boyfriends tennis shoes - only fits 3 pairs in one half section though. If you have smaller feet than you will fit more.5
ElegantMohammadThe product is what your paying for. Bought elegance to my apartment.5
Good buyJAZMINGood buy5
Works for me!HOLLYIt is not the sturdiest...would probably need to be mounted to the wall (Ikea recommends that anyway) as you have to be careful when opening the drawers or the whole unit can start to fall forward. However, that aside it works great for what I purchased it for. It is not as decorative as others but it is in my closet so it does not need to look like other pieces of furniture. I'm very happy with it.4
It was easy to installMAGDALENAIt was easy to install and hides the shoes. It does what I needed it to do. A friend of mine recently saw it and says she will go to ikea to find herself one.4
Very spacious inside and easyGiangVery spacious inside and easy to assemble. Super affordable and space saving5
Love the simplicity & functionalityJillianWe use this as a shoe storage, which I believe is originally its function. Aesthetically looks cleans, minimal, and simple. Storage-wise, depending on shoe size, it may be a little limited. I wear a size 9 women's and I can fit 8 pairs max in one unit, 4 pairs on top and 4 at the bottom door. Perfect nonetheless for a clutter-free entry way shoe storage, plus not bad for the price.5
Perfect for small spacesElenecyI love this shoe storage, it keeps my shoes and other items organized. It doesn't take a lot of space and make my hallway look neat.5
Stores my shoes and alsoGraclynStores my shoes and also doubles as a console table for my entryway5
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