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Magazine Racks

Magazine Rack

This looks pretty cool and has a friendly price tag.

“A fun study in smart design. Red faux leather with ivory top-stitching snaps together to form a pyramid for nine periodicals. Unsnap and collapse for easy storage.”


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Purchase Information:

Price: $19.95
Availability: Buy Magazine Rack here

Illuzine Magazine Rack and Flybrary Bookshelf

Both rack and shelf claim to puzzle friends and colleagues, but I’m sure after they figure out how the books or magazines are floating, they’ll simply think of you as clever for finding such a smart way to display your collection.

white powder-coated metal.

Illuzine Magazine Rack: 4 x 6 x 3 inches.

Flybrary Bookshelf: 15 x 5 1/2 x 5″ (38 x 14 x 13 cm).

Purchase Information:

Price: $31.50
Availability: Buy Illuzine Magazine Rack and Flybrary Bookshelf here

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Print Magazine Rack

So, if you’re happy with the way your home looks, but aren’t happy with magazines and newspapers lying about, you could throw in this rack as a viable option to tidy up your periodicals. It’s a little bit more money out of the wallet than some of the others, but it sure looks good.

“Crafted from a single piece of opaque acrylic, Fabio Lombardo’s Print Magazine Rack (2002) has sinuous curves and a glossy finish. Able to hold up to 22 lbs of magazines, books or other items, the Print’s single form provides simple, sturdy storage.”

H 14″ W 12″ D 16″

Purchase Information:

Price: $200
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Mod Magazine Rack

As a container to hold magazines or other miscellany, this is certainly different from others in its class. It’s so nice to see the urn/vase shape and a matte black surface instead of minor variations on stainless steel boxes. Also worth mentioning: the footprint of this magazine rack is sized small for tight spaces.

14″l x 8″w x 16″h

Purchase Information:

Price: $68.00
Availability: Buy Mod Magazine Rack here

wall magazine shelf

The photo here doesn’t do this magazine shelf justice. It’s perfect for all the recent issues and can be mounted in multiples (vertically or horizontally depending on your space).

“This tri-sectional chrome display easily mounts to the wall and provides easy access to papers, notebooks, journals or magazines. Stack several to form a tiered display or simply place a single Desktop where you need it strategically. Sold in single units, the Desktop magazine display rack is suitable for both home and office.”

h 6.5″ w 39.2″ d 2″

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No longer available.

Magazine Rack by MUJI


$99.95 Sale
$79.96 Members

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Steel Magazine File

For those of you with extensive magazine collections that you care to archive. I’m talking to you, Mr. “Hot Rod”. You know who you are.

“This red enameled steel magazine file is often found in libraries, where durability is expected. Its felt covered base will not scratch surfaces. “

Purchase Information:

Price: $18
Availability: Buy Steel Magazine File here

DOSSIER Magazine Holder

I’m someone who prefers to do bill paying and other household paper management in front of the HBO device instead of at a desk, so something like this would be great for tethering all my bills and such without worry about losing any important paperwork. It’s officially a magazine holder and I’m sure it works great for that too.

Purchase Information:

Price: $80
Availability: Buy DOSSIER Magazine Holder here

Sprung Magazine Rack

Need a “multi-purpose open container”? Newspapers, magazines, or whatever else catches your fancy, this little magazine rack would do just fine.

designer: Sodeau, Michael

Available in red, green, or white.

15.75″ x 11.75″ diameter x 12.5″ height

Purchase Information:

Price: $198.00
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Gus Magazine Rack

The people at design public are too funny not to quote:

As well as being interesting and handy, the Stainless Steel Magazine Rack from Gus Design Group gives you a new way to store your magazines–by rank! You can put the fun, fluffy magazines at the bottom and the significant, responsible ones at the top; you can work your way up the ladder from People and Entertainment Weekly to the very heights of dwell and The Economist. Or, you know, the other way around. People has reporting in it too.

Purchase Information:

Price: $240.00
Availability: Buy Gus Magazine Rack here

Kartell magazine rack

Originally designed in 1972, the Kartell magazine rack has been updated with todays colors (transparent, translucent and silver) Additionally, it has a handle in the center for easy transport.

13.625″ h | 7.25″ w | 15.75″ d

Purchase Information:

Price: $142.00
Availability: Buy Kartell magazine rack here

offi magazine stand

If you’re anything like me, you have some magazines that you plan on keeping for ever (Dwell, Wallpaper and Surface) while you have others that you flip through a couple times and then you recycle or give away(Met Home, Elle Decor). This nice little Bent-Plywood magazine rack will hold about the last 6 months of your “keepers”.

Purchase Information:

Price: $89.00
Availability: Buy offi magazine stand here