Store your shoes on the sly with the Coolidge Espresso Shoe-Storage Cabinet. With such sharp styling, you won’t be forced to stow your footwear in an upstairs closet. Sure, this completely contemporary cabinet features four shoe-worthy shelves, but its attractiveness offers fantastic flexibility in where to place it. The slatted front doors include sturdy solid wood handles and the espresso finish looks fabulous.
Baxton Studio Wood Shoe Cabinet:
- Material: Engineered wood, PU veneer
- Contemporary shoe-storage cabinet
- 2 hinged front doors with solid-wood handles
- 4 (4) fixed-height shelves for shoe storage
- Medium-density fiberboard and engineered-wood frame with dark-brown (espresso) finish
- Dimensions: 29.625″W x 14.5″D x 27.5″H
- Shelf from top to bottom (4): 27.9″W x 11.57″D x 5.5″H
- The product arrived on time and it was super easy to put together. The wood looks beautiful inside and out. It took me about 25 minutes to put everything together. I would definitely recommend this product. It also exist I believe in a bigger version but as far as shoe storage goes this is perfect. This cabinet can fit easily 10 to 15 pairs of shoes.
- Easy to put together, 40 mins or so. Nice piece of furniture in the bedroom while being functional. I love it.
- There is everything right about low-cost and good value – not every thing need become a heritage item. 4.5 stars No missing parts, fit is excellent. With the extra shelf of this style, fits 16 pair of ladies shoes (2 of the 4 pair per shelf with larger athletic soles). One shoe pointing out, one pointing back on each pair. Otherwise, 3 pair ladies’/men’s per shelf. What’s right: Easy-to-read and follow instructions, no special tools needed (I did use my light duty electric screwdriver on low-torque setting). Good fit and design yield good looks and the third shelf in this size cabinet adds 25% MORE shelf area. Minor issues: One pre-drill in particle board panel split easilyl. Fix was carpenter/wood/white glue, clamping (with dowel in place first). I did most assembly while clamped (or you can weight down heavily on hard surface overnight). Allen wrench provided wasn’t quality, so it didn’t seat fully into the brass bolt head, which began to strip. If the one received doesn’t insert fully, try tapping into bolt head, or use your own. Slats on the doors are somewhat thin, so this would not be a piece for use where unruly children or careless adults will throw weight against them. Recommendations: It is humid here, and that will cause particle board to swell. So I used a dab of contact cement on both tips of all dowels as inserted, and a few dots of white glue in the corners and in the grooves receiving the back panel. Back panel is beige on one side, and finished on the other, so I put the finished side facing out, also making a little lighter inside. Rear panel edges can get water-based stain/paint to blend with back panel if used where you might see the back (such as, at the end of a chair or sofa, or against a low window sill). When you install the screws for the magnets to hold door closed, don’t tighten completely until you examine the fit of the doors. Easy to tighten, if backed out they will loosen over time.
- after seeing the photos, and reading about it i got convinced in buying it; at the moment it wasn’t expensive like now so decided to get 2. i really like the color and the design. however, the wood isn’t good quality, the wood is Chipboard which is cheap wood(don’t try to sit on it or it’ll break). don’t be fool by appearance. it was affordable for that kind of quality a month ago. overall is OK, good enough for a shoe rack.
- It got broken in the middle of the assemble. It is made of very poor material! Avoid!