IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack

The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is a plain, dependable and straightforward shoe rack. Designer Eva Lilja Löwenhielm used powder-coated steel to create a stackable shoe rack to display shoes and other household items. This shoe rack is ideal for maintaining an organized space within an entryway or bedroom. Together with other items form IKEA's Mackapär collection, the IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is an essential affordable option for organizing shoes.

IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has a height of 15.75” | 40 cm.
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, width of 30.75” | 78 cm, and depth of 12.625” | 32 cm.
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, width of 30.75” | 78 cm, and depth of 12.625” | 32 cm. The seat height of the IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is set at with arms at .
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, length of , and depth of 12.625” | 32 cm.
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, length of , and depth of 12.625” | 32 cm. The seat height of the IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is set at .
IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack have an overall length of and width of 30.75” | 78 cm. IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack have an overall area of .
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, length of , and depth of 12.625” | 32 cm. The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has a seat height set at and an arm height of .
The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, length of , and width of 30.75” | 78 cm.
The average IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm, withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of . A typical IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack weighs between and has a lifespan of roughly 2016.
The typical IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack has an overall height of 15.75” | 40 cm and body length of . An average IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack weighs between and has a typical lifespan of 2016.
Elevation and plan drawings of the IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack with dimensions for height, width, and depth

The IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is a plain, dependable and straightforward shoe rack. Designer Eva Lilja Löwenhielm used powder-coated steel to create a stackable shoe rack to display shoes and other household items. This shoe rack is ideal for maintaining an organized space within an entryway or bedroom. Together with other items form IKEA's Mackapär collection, the IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack is an essential affordable option for organizing shoes.

Front elevation drawing combining multiple IKEA Mackapär Shoe Racks into a larger shoe rack
Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
How do you make a shoe rack?
A shoe rack can be made from stacking crates or made from scratch using pieces of plywood screwed together to make shelves or cubbies. One can ask an associate at a local hardware store (ex. Home Depot) to make cuts needed if unable to or if without the proper tools at home.
How deep are shoe racks?
Inherently, the depth of a shoe rack should consider and correspond to the length of one’s shoe. A depth of 13 inches (33 cm) will work for nearly all users as anything more than this would leave unoccupied unless needed to store shoe boxes rather than just the shoes themselves.
How do you use a shoe rack?
A shoe rack can be placed in either a closet or in an entryway (usually smaller) and used to organize and/or display one’s collection of shoes. If it is a larger tiered rack, one can place other personal items or decorative elements on the very top surface of the rack.

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Height: 
15.75” | 40 cm
Width:
30.75” | 78 cm
Depth:
12.625” | 32 cm
Length:
Weight:
Materials
Powder coated steel
Designer
Eva Lilja Löwenhielm (IKEA)
Year
2016

Drawings include:
IKEA Mackapär Shoe Rack front elevation, front (shoes and person), side, plan

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