HEMNESUnderbed storage box, set of 2Article Number003.817.59
Width: 26 ½ "
Height: 1 ½ "
Length: 51 ¾ "
Weight: 34 lb 6 oz
Great space saving storageSimonwe use this in both our older daughters rooms and it helped so much in keeping them organized. One uses it for seasonal clothes storage, the other for just the assorted junk they used to just throw under their bed when it was time to clean!5
Great drawersPatriciaThese drawers work well. I was somewhat confused in the store and thought that you could buy either 2 large or 2 small drawers. It is actually 1 of each size. Since we have night stands at the top of the bed, both drawers cannot fit on each side, so will have to buy another set and waste the smaller drawers. If you could buy them individually, that would be nice.4
PrettyWendyLook very pretty under the bed4
Hemnes under bed storage drawersJeannetteThe Hemnes under bed storage drawers are an awesome space saver for smaller rooms and work perfectly as designed. We are so happy that we purchased 2 sets to go under our queen size bed.5
DisappointingKEVINShould have been sold separately.
Only wanted 2 large size drawers so had to buy 2 sets.
Then in order to use the smaller drawers in the guest room, I had to buy risers for the bed so the drawers would fit underneath!3
Looks great but falls apartBrittany B.I've been using these drawers for under 3 months. The entire thing fell apart several times. I dont know if the issue is that the peg holes are too big, but it was just not built well. The first time I reassembled it but only days later it fell apart again. Next i will be trying wood glue to keep the pieces together.2
Great piece to go withAlexGreat piece to go with my entire set of Hemnes bedroom furniture5
Looks goodPAMELAI need storage and this was perfect for underneath my bed5
Happy with this product. EasyALICEHappy with this product. Easy assembly. Exactly what we were looking for storage under a day bed.5
Great product. I thought theyJOANNEGreat product. I thought they would fit side by side under the same side of the bed, but they don’t.5
Love it!SUSANHolds as much as a dresser. Lower price than dresser. Less square footage. Love it.!5
5 Stars!ChristyI searched and compared for the best underbed storage and love these. They fit perfectly under my queen size bed, and hold a LOT of clothes and other items. Highly recommend!5
Good storageHeatherThese are great little storage units for under the bed. I would be cautious about putting heavy objects underneath as the bottom might fall out, but you could easily store clothing , stuffed animals, etc. the drawers slide out very straight and stay in line which I found to be a bonus.5
They are okSofiaThey do their job but if you have a night table forget about the small drawer. You won't be able to open it and they come in sets of two.3
Easy to assembleGWENEasy to assemble5
Great ProductRebeccaLooks great with the bed, and easy to put together. I'm very pleased with this purchase so far. :)5
Under bed storagPATTYEasy to put together and fits perfectly5
GreatYvonne1128I bought it two month ago and everything I need to place in then fit perfectly5
Not 7” tallElmleafProduct dimensions say outside drawer is 7” high. Just the side is nearly 8” without a wheel.1
Great featuresleandroBI am glad, I bought this product, very convenient5
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