11 Beautiful Ways to Store Your Magazines
Magazines can be beautiful sources for reference and inspiration long past the month in which they've arrived in your mailbox. If you can't bring yourself to recycle or toss them (we can't, either), then organize them with one of these gorgeous shelves, stands or organizers.
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Guidelines Magazine Rack
Spice up any room with this hanging metal magazine rack, which is equal parts art and storage. It was designed in Amsterdam by Frederik Roije and is made in the Netherlands — also known as design heaven.
Buy It: AHALife, $294
Entu Side Table
Stack magazines vertically in a design-forward table that appears to defy gravity.
Buy It: Crate & Barrel, $399
Simmer Stone Magazine Holder
If you're in constant need of inspiration or at least a mental break from your computer screen, store your favorite magazines within easy reach with this desktop organizer.
Buy It: Amazon, $20
Why not treat your magazines like books? Long, shallow shelves work great for stacking neat piles amid small, eye-catching decorations. Find some vintage or decorative bookends to keep them from flopping over.
Buy It: Crate & Barrel, $1,499
Terrace Coffee Table
By turning your under-coffee-table storage into a focal point rather than a collecting ground for whatever random things you need to find a home for, you'll be able to keep a cleaner look more easily. If you've got dozens (or even hundreds) of magazines you can't toss, consider organizing them by spine color for a rainbow splash in an otherwise neutral room.
Buy It: West Elm, $399
Leather Magazine Stand
Avoid clutter tendencies with this chic, leather magazine holder. This purpose-built holder will keep magazines organized without inviting other objects to pile on top of it.
Buy It: APT2B, $98
Vintage Bicycle Basket Wall Planter + Magazine Rack
Add flair and color to your walls with this vintage bike basket rack. It's perfect for entryways to store and organize mail or to keep cooking magazines handy in the kitchen.
Buy It: Design Toscano, $30
Acacia Wall Ledge
Display your favorite magazine covers face-out instead of stacking them in a cupboard or under your bed. Ledges like this one more commonly hold framed photos and art, but they're perfectly suited to showing off your favorite titles and records, too. Stagger a few ledges to make the best use out of blank walls.
Buy It: CB2, $70
Zina Magazine Rack + Record Holder
Upgrade your standard magazine files. The Zina rests on the floor or mounts on your wall. The hexagon shape allows for a bit of design creativity when clustering several units on the same wall.
Buy It: Amazon, $28.34
Leather Strap Hanger
Store mail, magazines and books to show off with an ultra-minimalist leather strap sling. These straps from Etsy leathergoods shop Bengjy Minu come in sizes from 14 to 34 inches.
Buy It: Etsy, $15.50 - $22
Vintage Suitcase Shelves
Vintage trunks and suitcases can make quite unique storage solutions. These old suitcases have been transformed into a shelf by Etsy shop DoubleDeckerVintage. You could also find old suitcases and trunks at thrift and antique stores, fill them up and stack them artfully in a corner. Turn the pile into a lamp stand to make it look purposeful.
Buy It: Etsy, $50