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This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
Decorate your walls with the entire Pantone swatch collection, or just limit yourself to one of the seven colors available. If any home decor accessory could say "color enthusiast" best, it would be a magazine rack inspire by Pantone. I would be tempted to use these as color codes for different...
Pantone Magazine Holder
For the magazine hoarder and home decor aficionado, this coffee table provides just the right balance.
This magazine stand will help keep you organized and add a fun beestung pattern to your home. It would also be great for storing supplies in the powder room.
Often magazine holders are used for much more than reading materials. I might give each family member their own pattern and place them in cubbies to organize homework and notices that come home. They are also easy to pull out and use on a desk while working!
If you're anything like me, you probably have some magazines laying by your bed. This would be a great solution for that problem.
Silvery Magazine Holder
Made from sustainably-produced New Zealand radiata pine plywood, this elegant, simple magazine rack is also quick to assemble as it just slots together. This would also be great for storing rolls of towels in the bathroom.
Anyone can use these most anywhere. I have them in my office, laundry room and closet. They have a very simple design and come at a very inexpensive price for stylish storage boxes!
The "human" touch on this magazine holder is so whimsical. I love decor accents with a sense of humor!
Human Magazine Rack
Keep mail, bills and papers from cluttering horizontal surfaces with this wall organizer. Handy label holders denote what goes where.
All magazine racks don't have to be wood...or brown. Here's a new twist on an old favorite...a magazine holder designed in white leather!
I subscribe to many magazines, and each month I find myself trying to keep up with each title. Instead of piling them on my table or desk, I'd like to use this wooden magazine rack to creatively and neatly store what I want to get through. It's simple and uses very little space.
Form Teak Magazine Rack
This firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
Outdoor Ventless Fire Bowl
We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
Picture this: a mostly crisp white bedroom punctuated with these eclectic paintbox nightstands. Like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike.
I love this magazine rack for the wall. It saves space and gives me an easy place to put mail waiting to be sorted or the current versions or magazines.
The simple elegance of this magazine rack makes it a great sculptural piece, whether it's being used for its purpose or not.
Glass Curved Magazine Rack
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KVISSLE Magazine File
This recycled magazine picture frame has lots of texture for any space in your home. It's lovely and unique.
Looking for an alternative storage option? Try Go Home's Franc Magazine Rack. What at first glance might look like a furry rodent somehow got inside is actually a beautifully crafed magazine rack. The frame and handle are made wood, and the basket portion features real hide. Color and condition may...
Who said you couldn't store in style? Go Home's Iron and Leather Magazine Rack is the perfect compliment to an industrial room or rustic space. It combines a thin iron frame with a length of leather fabric that will store your magazines and books upright and easily. Set it next to the recliner for...
I'm a total sucker for ombré. Even though this frame isn't just one color ranging from light to dark, the rainbow ombré effect has got me swooning! This would be the perfect surrounding for a photo of you and your sweetie.
I subscribe to a couple of different magazines, and I like to hold on to the issues for a few months. Right now the magazines get piled into a basket, but this method of organization is not the best. Until I purge all of my magazines, I need to find a few good magazine files to hold my favorite...
Fläta Magazine File
These woven baskets are the ultimate chic update on the traditional picnic basket. Perfect for storing all the magazines you haven't had time to read yet, taking them to a secluded spot and catching up!
Curved Magazine Basket
For those of you still mourning the loss of Domino magazine (I know I am, and I saved every issue, sometimes I pull them out and pretend they just came in the mail) this book will give you some of that wonderful decorating advice from its Founding Editor-in-Chief, Deborah Needleman. Bonus: All of...
A great size and the simple design make this perfect for a kitchen. It could also help hold all the mail, including the catalogs.
Use this adorable and stylish rack to hold your favorite magazines or for holding wood during the winter months for that next blazing fire.
I love the idea of storing my all-time favorite reads in a chic lucite box. This would be so great in a home office.
Acrylic Magazine Holder
What a great place to stash the mail until you can get to it. The two baskets are woven willow and lined in linen.
Willow Magazine Baskets
This rack reminds me of the old cigarette ashtrays that were perched atop a shiny metal pedestal. The good thing about this alternative, is that it actually won't harm you — depending on what you read.
Omero Magazine Rack
This magazine covers design all over the world. At $30, it's an extravagance, which is what makes it a great gift for the design lover on your list.
Keep your magazines and patterns organized and at-the-ready in these colorful files. Fill your bookcase and never deal with toppling magazine stacks again.