26th Feb 2019
Still holding on to the last issue of Image Interiors & Living because you can’t get over the converted barn or are you gathering inspiration for your kitchen remodel? Maybe your copies of Easy Food are piling up because there are so many dessert recipes you just have to try. If it’s not magazines, it’s novels or puzzle books or newspapers. We’ve all felt trapped by literary clutter as our weeklies pile up. But, we’ve found a way out. Enter, magazine holders.
Magazine holders are a simple but classy solution. They fit a variety of spaces and cater to an array of aesthetics. We’ve selected a few of our favourites so we can begin putting our rooms in order.
There’s the quick-fix option: magazines can be placed in baskets that slide beneath other furniture and out of sight. The same storage pieces can be left in the open as a neat and functional way to capture that rustic look.
There’s the utility option: desk magazine files and magazine stands for easy access and frequent reading.
And there’s the modern design option: choose a wire wall rack or ladder shelving for the industrial look that’s trending at the moment.
This willow basket is available in a range of colours, so it’s easy to get that rustic look in a number of settings.
Somerton Storage Basket – medium, €105, Neptune
The slender, upright design of this magazine holder is perfect for a desktop, and its transparency helps us remember what issues it holds.
Acrylic Magazine File, €26.62, Anthropologie
This durable canvas sling holds a number of mags, so whatever suits our fancy is always within reach.
Herman Magazine Stand – Black, €79, Ferm Living
This unique magazine hanger is a lovely way to put your favourite issues on display.
Riddle Magazine Hanger, €108, Finnish Design Shop
Excellent for tight spaces, this rack fits against the wall, and with three shelves, you’ll never run out of room.
Newspaper Exposition Rack, €359, Woo Design
Featured image: City Sunday Magazine Rack, €140, Finnish Design Shop
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