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Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
what to do with my magazines What is it? A stack of magazines. What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space. Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
magazine stack as base for pot.
Several things have peeked my interest by the stacked magazines with the plant on top is
Magazine stack with plant on top
Potted plant on top of interesting magazines
love the potted plant on a stack of magazines
What is it? A stack of magazines.What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space.Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
Use them as furniture. Pile a stack of magazines high against a wall, and presto! You have
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
Interior Designer's Home Office
This doesn't look like a magazine storage design it looks more like an episode of HORDERS
Love how the magazines have become a part of the furniture!
all the magazines on the table
Lanteri to have a space of her own for her design work. Magazines, photos, and samples live on every available surface — an organized chaos that helps get her inspired. A little antique pink couch sits against the loft wall next to several magazine racks. Two ottomans — the STOCKHOLM from IKEA, and the
Cayden from Crate & Barrel — sit next to an antique table covered in design magazines for easy reading access.
Cover a coffee table. If you're not into clutter, this isn't your approach. But the checkerboard pattern of magazines on this coffee table makes for an engagingly funky surface.
My Houzz: Eclectic Amsterdam Apartment
Love the stacks on stacks and the globe
Just throw magazines on the floor!
think it’s boring to stick with just one style.” This cognac leather armchair was a lucky find on the Dutch secondhand site Marktplaats. Piles of magazines within arm's reach and a large pouf turns the previously empty space between the dining and living rooms into a comfortable reading nook.
think it’s boring to stick with just one style.’This cognac leather armchair was a lucky find on the Dutch secondhand site Marktplaats. Piles of magazines within arm’s reach and a large pouf turns the previously empty space between the dining and living rooms into a comfortable reading nook.
Putney, Loft Conversion
Opt for an ottomanHaving a footstool, trunk or chaise at the bottom of your bed is a winner in the hotel style stakes. It’s the perfect place to stack magazines, try on shoes or nibble breakfast. Plus, it’s a great way to introduce a little pattern into a plain scheme, as this design shows.
interesting use of accessorizing. Clean mantel with the interest on the wall to left, floating storage and stacked magazines below.
The home of Edwin
Domicile Interior Design
balancing old and new. Can you please tell me where you found the acrylic tray on the desk? Also,just to the right of the cradenza, are you using a stack of magazines as a end table?
Painting on top of stack of magazines
Office magazines stacked