Perfect for my daughter's shoes!GINAVery easy to assemble, sturdy, and looks great! A perfect size to hold four pairs of shoes per row.5
Love thisJENNIFERLove this shoe rack. So easy to put together. I purchased 3, stacked them on top of each other and then got a wood topper from Home Depot to screw on top and now I have a command station at my entryway for shoes and to hold things steady as you walk in and out of the house.5
greatAdrianaLove how organize are my shoes5
Good buy for the priceNewtonI can fit a total of 6 pairs of shoes on the rack, does what its meant to do and looks nice.5
Does not fit as manyCristianDoes not fit as many shoes as you would expect but looks good5
Add easier option to stackSusanneShelf is awesome but it would be even better if there was an option to stack these without having to drill holes.4
Practical and sturdyAncaThis is actually the third one we got. They are stackable and a great way to make the best of a small shoe room.
Great displayand easy setupBelleGreat displayand easy setup5
Value EarnedAdeGreat Great Great buy as always. If you know how to shop IKEA you would agree with me that this is good value for what you pay and great quality as well. With this being stackable, it also helps conserve space to a decent height. I defo will be buying more to fill all the rooms I have.5
Good quality and best valuePamelaGood quality and best value for your money5
GiniGini_RidderingFit my space perfectly.5
Great shoe rackROBINHolds at least 6 pair of shoes. More if you store some under the rack.5
Sturdy and works as expectedJoshua C.Sturdy and works as expected5
Great shoe shelfWalkerI’m very happy how the shelf work out. Very sturdy and looks great next to my dresser4
Fair price and good qualityMINHFair price and good quality products.5
Great shoe rackCandyEasy to assemble, looks nice and holds a fair amount of shoes. Great value for the price5
shoe rack studyZulyGreat and easy to assemble shoe rack very sturdy, I have bought multiple racks and have them in all closets works for shoes or creating more shelf space in a closet.5
Looks greatStarburstFits nicely in my closet1
M DecorMitchumI bought this rack to replace a previous ikea rack ( 8 years old) sturdy, easy assembly, and looks good5
Good product, Poor customer servicecarlie17I ordered this on July 9, and received a package on July 24. I was really excited to begin organizing my closet and finding a new solution for my shoe storage; however, what I received in the mail was not even close to the right product. I ordered 4 of these shoe racks and only received 2 shoe racks and for some reason they sent 2 end tables for a living room (the “lack end table”..which I didn’t even order). I have tried calling their customer service number many times, but it keeps getting disconnected before a rep can get to the phone. I am pleased with the two shoe racks I received, just beware that their shipping department and customer service lines are not up to par.1
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Limited floor space and lots of shoes? Then you can stack two TJUSIG shoe racks on top of one another. Connection hardware is included in every package. If you need a place for your jackets and bags you can complement with other pieces from the same series.