Seville Classics 2-Tier Iron Mesh Utility Shoe Rack, Chrome
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- Organize up to 9 pairs of shoes; store up to 6 pair on shelves
- Mesh shelves are designed to secure high-heels and support up to 30 lbs. per tier
- Chrome finish provides corrosion resistance in dry environments
- Iron frame delivers strength and stability
- Stack and interlock with multiple 2-Tier Iron Mesh Utility Shoe Racks (model: SHE15896)
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Stay organized with Seville Classics' 2-Tier Iron Mesh Utility Shoe Rack. Holds up to three pairs of shoes per tier with space for three more beneath the unit. The shelves feature tightly woven iron mesh and support up to 25 lbs. each. Frame is constructed of iron with a chrome finish. Stack and interlock with multiple units for a personalized storage solution. No tools are required for assembly.
Patents: US Pat. #D731,212 and other US and International Patents Pending
- Organize up to 9 pairs of shoes; store up to 6 on shelves
- Iron mesh shelves hold up to 25 lbs. each
- Chrome finish provides corrosion resistance in dry environments
- Iron frame construction for extra stability and versatility
- 6.8 inches of space between tiers
- Stacks only with 2-Tier Iron Mesh Utility Shoe Racks (model #: SHE15896)
- Does not stack with 3-Tier Iron Mesh Utility Shoe Racks (model #: SHE15909, SHE99905)
- Interlock multiple adjacent units with shelves
- Snap-together assembly; no tools required
Dimensions: 26.25" W x 11.75" D x 15.75" H
Capacity: 25 lbs. per shelf
Weight: 4 lbs.
Model #: SHE15896
What’s in the Box?
4 leveling feet
4 stacking pins
Seville Classics shelving is backed by a 1-year limited warranty unless otherwise specified. The warranty protects against original defects in material or workmanship under normal home or office use for the duration of the warranty period.
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Wicked easy assembly. No tools needed. Hand screw in & snap on, you are DONE!
No wasted space- I always hate those racks that are lifted off the floor a couple inches, but you can't fit anything under it. Under this rack, I can fit flip flops, ballet flats and converse. If you care to do so, you can stack the racks!
Note: A handful of my shoes with particularly high heels don't fit on the middle shelves, but the vast majority of my heels fit just fine on the lower 2 shelves. Obviously, the top rack will be the place for your highest heels and/or boots. If you have a lot of over 3 inch heels, maybe this rack isn't so perfect after all. However, as a person who loves heels under 3 inches, this is working beautifully for me.
PRO TIP FOR SHOE JUNKIES: I can fit 4 pairs of shoes per self if I put one forward and one back (the heels are narrower than the toe box). I can only fit 3 per rack if I want that nice cosmetic consistent look.
It's very simple to assemble. It may have taken me 10 minutes from the moment I had everything out of the box and out of their bags. It's very solid and sturdy. Even though it's designed for shoes, it's not flimsy. In other words, it's not going to cave in if you put a game console on it instead of your fuzzy bunny slippers.
I suppose my main reason for writing this review is really for those who might be looking at this rack for purposes other than shoes. If you are, I would personally recommend doing so.
I bought six sets in total. Overall I am happy with them BUT my biggest disappointment Is the distance between shelves is simply too short for many of my high heels. (See attached video.) That's a significant drawback for women who have heels, unless you are using multiple sets side-by-side and have plenty of top shelf space. Even just one more inch of shelf height would have probably changed my rating to 5 stars.
Otherwise, these are fabulous. Their best feature is the sturdy metal mesh grating that provides a solid "floor" for shoes, so heels don't teeter and wobble precariously or fall over. (Ironically, in that way, they are among the more high-heel friendly shelves.) Shoes won't fall between the bars, even kids shoes. Men shoes fit 3 pairs across. Women's fit 4 pairs across.
Other pros: They look handsome. They seem to be well made. Easy to assemble--you don't even need so much as a screwdriver. In fact, my kids helped me and my 5 year-old probably could have put the shelf together almost by himself. The ability to configure these either stacked or unstacked is a plus (although they must be done in multiples of 3; the 3-tier shelf is all one piece and cannot be assembled in other increments, unfortunately). All hardware is removable, so they can be reconfigured differently at a later point in time.
Other cons: It would be cool if these could be totally taken apart shelf-by-shelf to be completely customizable in configuration, but this isn't a huge con and I knew that going into it. I also think the price is a drawback. I paid about $25 per 3-tier set, which is steep in my mind. Yes, these are well made, but they aren't mind blowing and they aren't huge. When I think of how little shoe space I get for $25, I cringe. In fact, I actually preferred the bronze color, but at $5 more per set, the price was no longer worth it.
The other shelving system I was debating on was this one: SONGMICS 10 Tiers Shoe Rack 50 Pairs Non-woven Fabric Shoe Tower Organizer Cabinet Balck ULSH11H, with a 4.8 star rating and over 500 reviews. There are 10 shelves that can dissemble shelf by shelf, so it's completely customizable in any increment. It's not as attractive as this Seville system, but it has a solid "floor," appears to fit high heels, and is significantly less expensive ($40). And I would only have had to buy ONE Songmics, whereas I bought 6 Sevilles. The ONLY reason I didn't choose that Songmics one over this Seville is that it is longer than the Seville. I either needed something MUCH longer, so I could limit myself to fewer shelves so I didn't bump into my long dresses OR I needed something shorter so I could stack higher. The Songmics was right in the middle to where I would have still needed too much vertical height and it would have caused problems in my smaller closet. But if you have more flexibility or a different closet size/shape, you may find the Songmics worth looking at. I kind of wish I'd purchased the Songmics in retrospect. If neither shelfing system was going to be perfect, it would have been nice to spend $110 LESS.
Overall, I am not unhappy with these shelves. In a way, the 3-star rating isn't an accurate reflection of the quality, as I think these are good shelves and have many unique features that were THE determining reason for selecting these particular shelves. However, since I especially loved that the shelf "floor" would be the ideal for my heels, the fact that the shelves aren't tall enough for heels is something I just can't get over. See attached video for more details and visuals.