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MACKAPÄR Shoe/storage cabinet, white,

Price $ 99.99

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

Article Number503.347.51

Product details

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.

Designer

Eva Lilja Löwenhielm

Measurements

Width: 31 1/2 "

Depth: 13 3/4 "

Height: 40 1/8 "

Reviews

Good for space saver.YoloSliding doors save lot of space.5
Great cabinetKayzeeI got two cabinets they are very well made and they have a lot of space.5
I like my maskapar.AnnaIt’s comfortable.5
GoodSetaGood product5
Owned since 2020...AmyThis shoe cabinet has been with me through 3 apartments. I assembled it by myself and it is incredibly easy to move and re-install. Plus it looks great! The legs are too short for most baseboards in the US so I added sofa legs to the bottom to extend them. Added bonus: raising the height underneath adds more shoe storage below. I used MORABO legs but if you could spray paint the metal ones white to match. My size 6.5 shoes fit the long way but my boyfriend's 10.5 shoes need to be diagonal. I also store my ballet flats and flip flops with the soles placed sideways and can fit a lot. This is one of my favorite IKEA products ever and I think the bad reviews are due to people not reading the instructions or description properly- yes it has 3 legs! But that's what helps make it so ideal for small spaces. Hang a mirror over it and you've got the start of a great entryway. I've gotten a lot of compliments. Buy it!5
It’s okayLeslieIt’s okay, it’s just that you have to screw it to the wall to use it. I didn’t realize that and that’s my own fault. Some stand alone though without the back legs, this one tips over. It’s sturdy however which is nice.3
Very simple and chickRobbinVery simple and chick5
Exactly what I wantedKathleenI'm using it for shoe storage; I wear size 6 women's and my shoes fit perfectly and the doors close. I'm not using the tilted shelves. I did not use the front legs nor attach it to the wall and it is stable enough for my purposes on the floor of the closet. I LOVE it! It is exactly how I saw it in my mind! Thanks Ikea!5
Elegant shoe rackCecilleI love it and it just perfectly fits my hallway at home. Now I don’t see our shoes being cluttered in our hallway. I just wish it has 4 legs though but it worked though without them.5
Great cabinetKayzeeI got two cabinets they are very well made and they have a lot of space.5
only 3 legsMichelleI would have given the cabinet a 5 but because it only is made with 3 legs, which I didn't know until I put it together, it's not ideal. The spot I put it has an outlet behind it so I didn't want it attached to the wall. I improvised with bricks along the back to stabilize it. I realize it's my fault for not seeing the warning of it having to be attached to the wall in the description. Other than that it was super easy to assemble and is perfect for what I wanted to use it for.4
I was looking for aMireyaI was looking for a small narrow dresser. Saw this displayed at store, the size was right and sliding doors convenient. Fit the small space perfectly. The storage space is great. Couple things, it’s advertised as shoe storage online so it does not come up when looking for storage easily. Second, it only has 3 legs and must be mounted on the wall. I didn’t notice that at the store. We just left the legs off, so it works. Other than that, it’s great.5
Pretty goodDianaIt is exactly what I was looking for. Good size, everything fits in.5
Simple and solidLeoBrought total 6, simply and soild5
In LOVE with this shoe storageMariaIt is the perfect size, modern and classic!! I have been wanting it for over a year… Worth the wait.5
Definitely don't recommend!LatoyaWhile the two positions are a nice concept, it cuts down significantly on space when slanted. Doors do not close evenly on any of the 3 we purchased. Maybe this unit would work for a kids room/shoes. Definitely too cheap looking, and not as functional as we wanted for our master closet.1
Needs more legs and anti slip padsLizaIt was a bit difficult to make esp on a tiled flooring . This keeps on slipping. The shelving needs to be a bit bigger this cabinet cannot fit 10 1/2 size mens shoes . I would say this it meant for kids, toddlers and woman shoes size 6-7 . There is no strap for the back of the furniture to prevent the cabinet from falling or Tripping off / fall accident.3
Thus product fits what weRufusThus product fits what we were looking for. The only small detractor is that it must be mounted to the wall, otherwise very nice piece4
The width of the product design is flawedDaqiangThe width of the shoe cabinet is not suitable for placing men's shoes. It needs to be placed diagonally to place 8.5 shoes. The operation is not convenient enough. It is recommended to increase the width by 10 cm.2
I love it.BryanI love it but wish there was a way to not have to drill it to the wall. Looks like it just needs more legs instead of having 3 in front .4
MACKAPÄR Shoe/storage cabinet, white, 31 1/2x13 3/4x40 1/8 "

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