This entryway rack is perfect for shoes, books, plants and more — people are kind of obsessed with it

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You know you’re an adult when you’re excited about an entryway rack, right? Well, the Open Spaces Entryway Rack is unique in that it’s actually pretty chic. Even if you don’t have a grand foyer or a mudroom, you can use it elsewhere in your home to store shoes, books, plants — anything.

Open Spaces’ Entryway Rack is a versatile piece of furniture. You may have seen it on Instagram, where people even use it as a side table. It previously sold out in every color, so you could say that people are kind of obsessed with it.

Open Spaces Entryway Rack, $184

Credit: Open Spaces

However, it’s currently in stock in seven different colors, including black, dark green, navy, light blue, cream, light pink and lavender. There are so many options that you could get a few for different rooms around your home.

As for the nitty-gritty details: It’s about 34 inches long and 26 inches high, and it weighs around 28 lb. It also requires some light assembly, but nothing too difficult. It has three shelves and a top handle that’s really more for looks than for moving it around.

Credit: Open Spaces

More than 450 reviewers give it five out of five stars on Open Spaces’ website.

“These are fantastic. Very sturdy,” wrote one reviewer. “We have one as a back door entryway catchall, which looks really great in black. We got two for our small closets, which we keep shoes on, in [cream], which are very bright. Easy to put together. When loaded up with shoes, it is slightly heavy but sturdy enough to move without removing everything.”

“I’ve been wanting to get the entryway rack for about a year now. During the last promotion, I decided to go for it!” wrote another reviewer. “It’s easy to put together (my 6-year-old helped me) and looks great in my room. I store a record player and records on the top two shelves and my yoga mat and small weights on the bottom. However, I can definitely see myself using it for storage of different items as well.”

The Open Spaces Entryway Rack costs $184, but it ships free and comes with an Allen wrench for putting it together. If you have a cluttered area that could use some organization or want a place to put your shoes on display, this entryway rack is it.

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