|Product Type: Cabinet||Material: Manufactured wood|
|Hand Crafted: No||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Pairs of Shoes Capacity: 12||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Stackable: Yes||Folding: No|
|Mirror: No||Revolving: No|
|Ventilation: No||Hooks Included: No|
|Exterior Shelves: No||Shoe Cabinet Included: Yes|
|Drawers: No||Wheels / Casters: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Tools Needed: Screwdriver or drill|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year limited|
In order to ensure their place among leading furniture manufacturers, Venture Horizon works in a variety of mediums including solid hardwoods, MDF, particle board, steel, plastic and glass. Since variety is crucial to consumer acceptance they produce furniture in several finishes like melamine, paper and vinyl.
Suits the purpose but cumbersome to assemble
Rebecca from Redmond, OR – Verified Buyer
When I finally got this put together, I'd say it's the bet thing I've found so far to store a large quantity of shoes in an organized way that also doesn't look like you're still in college. However, for the price, this was way too cumbersome to assemble. I put ready-to-assemble furniture together all the time and this thing really took the entire weekend. For the price I paid for it, I would expect either some parts pre-assembled or a lower price. I also was not impressed the handles are plastic. I paid enough money for wood or metal handles. While I like the unit and it serves it's purpose, I would not buy this piece at the price I paid for it again.
Shirley from San Marcos, TX – Verified Buyer
This is a great shoe storage cabinet and holds plenty of shoes. The only issue I have is that it's a little top heavy so when you open the drawers I have to hold it so it doesn't tip over. It might be because I have it on carpeting. This might not happen on a hard surface.
It is ok....
Pamela from CA – Verified Buyer
Overall this will serve it's purpose. It was difficult to assemble (bad directions). Small shoes can slip through to the floor. The doors do not go all the way to the sides and leave a gap of 116 of an inch on each side, enough to allow dust to enter. Easy to tip when the doors are opened. But it isn't bad looking.
Triple shoe cabinet
Robbin from Sylvania, OH – Verified Buyer
Wish it came in brown. Doesn't hold quite the amount of shoes stated.
Marilyn from Fort Worth, TX – Verified Buyer
This cabinet was not the quality I expected and is almost impossible to assemble. Further it was missing some parts. I am returning it.
VHZ Storage Triple Shoe Cabinet.
Sylvia from Augusta, GA – Verified Buyer
This is a good product. It needs to be a little more sturdy. It is too lightweight.
Great shoe cabinet
Tassan from Miami
The cabinet look perfectly fit to my place. It serves its function well. Tennis shoes size 10 can be stored with no problem. I definately recommend this product except one thing I don't like is that the back of the cabinet is designed to be left open at the bottom part. It would be nicer if it is completely covered.
You need to have small feet
faye from Jacksonville, FL – Verified Buyer
Not too practical not enough space between shelves. Assembly was a little difficult, but even worse, the product had chips on almost all the ends, and instead of having a back all the way down to prevent dust, the bottom shoe are is open in the back. Pros: Was a good idea. Cons: The cabinet has to be secured to wall because of no counter balance.
Hong from Arlington, VA – Verified Buyer
My doorway is quite narrow that's why I chose this shoe cabinet because it's not so deep while holds a lot of shoes. This shoe cabinet is exactly what I'm looking for! Not too difficult to put together, I guess I finished it alone in two or three hours.
Shoe cabinet -- decent solution for the price
Hubby buried under wife's shoes from Boston, MA
Assembly was simple, if time-consuming (about 2-3 hours, going slowly to line everything up). Some of the "hardware" components are plastic and have to be snapped off of tabs; these are just for the drawer slides, though, nothing structural. None of the particle boards split while screwing things in, as usually happens with cheaper products. But one of the plastic "rollers" is assembled with three plastic tubes and screwed to the cabinet wall, and one of them snapped under pressure from the screw. Fortunately, it was a simple super glue job to get back in business. Appearance is standard for wood-veneer-over-particle-board items that you would find at any discount furniture store. The cabinet is fairly shallow, so it stays out of the way, and is not wobbly for its height. The quoted "36 pairs" capacity is a bit overstated; my wife's heels dangle off of the upper tiers, blocking access to lower tiers, and taller heels (4"+) don't even fit. Overall, I'm satisfied with it.