Shoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe Organiser
Shoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe OrganiserShoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe OrganiserShoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe OrganiserShoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe Organiser

Shoe Storage Rack Wooden Tropical Acacia Storing Cabinet Furniture Unit Shoe Organiser

£39.95

(as of 19/11/2017 at 18:28 GMT)

Product Description

Description:

Precious shoe rack – made of noble acacia-hardwood – a lot of space for your shoes!
The shoe rack made of precious acacia-hardwood in colonial style decorates your living room. The five stable shelves create a lot of space and order. The massive wooden construction is quick and easy to install. A stylish piece of furniture!
Versatile in use: Shoe rack – bookshelf – shelf – kitchen shelf – wine shelf!

Product advantages:

– massive wooden construction
– lateral metal brackets for slippers
– made of robust acacia-hardwood
– with 5 stable shelves
– cross braces provide a high stability
– quick and simple installation
– versatile in use
– high-quality processing

Features acacia:

– strong and solid hardwood
– high resilience
– versatile in use
– elegant coloring

Technical Data:

– Dimensions : (L x W x H) 64 cm x 26 cm x 82 cm, distance shelves: 13 cm
– Material: Acacia hardwood

Scope of delivery:

– 1x shoe rack
– 1x assembly instruction with tool

Features

  • Wooden shoe storage rack – For up to 42 shoes
  • Shoe rack made of tropical exotic acacia hardwood
  • With 5 stable shelves, and place to store up to 6 paĆ­rs of slippers on the sides
  • Shoe rack LengthxWidthxHeight: 64 x 26 x 82 cm / 25 x 10 x 32,5 inches
  • Distance between 2 shelves: 13 cm or 5 inches
SKU: B00ADLDILY Category:

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