Simple and stylish wood magazine holder

Are you tired to find your magazines all over the place? Maybe it’s time to find something that would solve that problem. Try a practical magazine holder, such as this one. This very simple but very functional item was designed precisely for that purpose. It helps keep the room organized and provides a space for the magazines. This way you will always know where to look for them and they won’t be incommoding you anymore.

Even though you might not be the biggest reader, you still find yourself buying magazines and papers once in a while. This item is also great for magazine collections. It’s very practical because it has a very simple design that matches with just about everything. It’s made of wood and has a natural finish, a detail that makes it even more versatile. It has a certain retro look but its simplicity makes it also suitable for modern and contemporary homes as well.

The magazine holder is made of blond willow wood. It features handles that makes it easy to move around. It’s also collapsible so it won’t take much space when not needed. The overall dimensions of this product are 13.4″l x 4″w x 16.3″h. It’s perfect for living room or bedroom. Just place it in a corner or on the nightstand where it would be easy to reach. You can buy this lovely magazine holder for the price of 32.28 euros.



Published by in Furniture, on January 19th, 2012

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