AmazingAbigail S.I love this, I got it for my daughters closet to organize her toys better and we love it. It’s made great of course I built it haha but it’s amazing. Was a little hard to put it together but I got it!!!5
Love it!PatriciaIt’s sturdy, does the job by keeping my son organized and best of all he loves it!5
Not nearly as good as the white versionLYDIA H.We already had the same shelving unit in white, which we LOVED!!! So we decided to get a second set in the natural wood, because we liked the look better. BIG MiSTAKE! The plastic bins don’t stay on the tracks AT ALL! They might as well be stored on the floor- because that’s where they always end up! We never had that problem with the white shelving unit, which had the plastic tracks. This set does not have the plastic tracks- and the plastic bins do NOT stay on the wooden cut-out notches at all. It’s frustrating for us and the kids as well! If you’re looking for toy storage- DO NOT buy these! Go for the cheaper, white ones- They actually store the toys and hold the tubs like they are suppose to! These were a complete waste of money unfortunately. So disappointed because we typically LOVE everything we get from IKEA.1
AwesomeCrystalHas way more room then you would think and o live there is plenty of room to sit things on top too5
Great productCCortGreat for storage, have every size boxed with covers. stays in place. easy to use, even for my 1 year old.5
Love it.Goodyear MomLove that you can fit several trays at a time.5
ShaskaUsed for the bunk bed hack and worked great5
Great in TheoryIRuthI bought two of these for my classroom, so I can I have extra storage for my students. The unit was difficult to assemble. Pieces would not match up. One unit was built with ease after trading pieces with the second unit. The second required using wood glue to keep the small facing slat in place (the holes were drilled wrong, so the screw could not be used without drilling a third hole and cracking it all together). I do recommend getting it, but make sure the pieces fit properly.3
Son loves it!Mommax3rnBought this to organize my sons room looks very nice want to get a second piece!!5
Sturdy and versatileMom to a full houseI purchased this in the natural wood for my children's play room. It's so sturdy and versatile. I wish I would have gotten it years ago and used it for a dresser. It would have been easy to color code drawers for kids to put away their own laundry, but the same principle works great for toys.5
Great sturdy storage for kidsheatherLMKWe've been living with this for a week and half, and so far it's been great. It went together pretty easily, and I'm really impressed by how it's super sturdy. The bins stay in the track really well. The one on the bottom somehow got knocked out of the track one time, but I've tried to knock the others out and I can't - they fit in there pretty snugly, yet they slide easily. We just have the normal little toys and trinkets that accumulate, so not super heavy but not as light as scarves either, and the bins are handling those well (we got both the $3 bins and the $4 bins). The step design is awesome for extra storage. We currently have those fabric cube boxes that fit in smaller cube shelves sitting on top of each step to hold stuffed animals. The finish is listed as light white stained, but it looks just like natural pine to me - can't detect any finish, which is totally fine with me. The only thing I wish this had was something to stop the drawers when you push them in. I had to set the unit a few inches away from the wall to allow space for an outlet, so my kids are constantly pushing the bins in way too far. There's probably an easy DIY fix, but I'm tired and just don't have the time to figure it out. But overall, very very happy with the purchase.5
Love it being made from WOOD!momma MBought a couple of these for my preschool/pre-k (3,4,5,6 year olds) classroom. Very stable and my littles LOVE using them everyday. The tubs slide in/out easily.5
Great ValueShcoleI purchased a month ago and love it! Pretty simple to assemble. My daughter loves having everything organized and looks great too.5
Fits my room perfectlyGLHRiderihgI love this piece. It fits very well in my cabin and holds a lot of items. I purchased the bins and lids. I only wish it was not white washed pine and was just clear finished, but that is just preference. Functionally a great piece of furniture!5
IndividualLisaATLWe are very experienced Ikea customers and never have a problem to assemble things like a bed, couch, etc., but this piece seem to have parts which did not 100% fit. We like the design, the wood, the color and how individually designable it is, but for us it is just OK. PS: Make sure that you mount it to a wall (WARNING FOR KIDS ROOM), but Ikea also points this out.3
It is a great way to maximize limited spaceChilbertHelp children stay organized5
Great for organizing children’s toysfoodiegirl36I love the storage frame it is so easy to keep things neat and organized. It is also possible to mix and match the containers when storage items change.5
Perfect storage for kidsAyraI bought it 15 days ago and it's perfect to keep the space organized5
Awesome storage that’s stylishAgs1Great storage options for kids with way more options and super super cute! Sturdy and made well!5
Looks really nice and is sturdysh323The pine wood is very sturdy and had a clean and fresh look. My only complaint is that the TROFAST storage boxes sometimes slip off the rails. It's a minor annoyance.5
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As pressure on the world’s forests and the surrounding eco-systems increases due to unsustainable agriculture, the expansion of infrastructure and illegal logging, it is time to take an even more holistic approach to protect and support these important resources for generations to come. The IKEA Forest Positive Agenda for 2030 set out to improve forest management, enhance biodiversity, mitigate climate change and support the rights and needs of people who depend on forests across the whole supply chain and drive innovation to use wood in even smarter ways. The agenda focuses on three key areas: • Making responsible forest management the norm across the world. • Halting deforestation and reforesting degraded landscapes. • Driving innovation to use wood in smarter ways by designing all products from the very beginning to be reused, refurbished, remanufactured, and eventually recycled.
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