If you're anything like us, you have a massive collection of shelter magazines. And while the images and articles contained within may be the epitome of #homegoals, hoarding past issues in the corner of your dwelling is quite the opposite. So, we've rounded up these nine cool and clever ways to store your beloved interior design bibles.
1. Leaning Ladder
2. Wall-Mounted Rack
3. Open Nightstand
Love thumbing through the pages of Domino and Elle Decor before you go to bed? Consider this DIY midcentury-influenced nightstand by Caroline from Burkatron that's open in the middle. That way, you have a dedicated place to stack design digests (guaranteeing they won't end up in a heap on the floor).
4. Picture Ledge
A picture ledge can serve more than one purpose. Case in point: Keeping your design tomes tidy, organized, and accessible. Nina from Stylizimo went with this smart DIY solution which looks great in her office.
5. Leather Straps
6. Clothing Hangers
7. Magazine Hanger
This crafty magazine hanger DIY from Kraft & Carat comes together with some leather cord and a few wooden beads. (It doesn't get much easier than that!) Plus, you can customize the colors to fit with your existing palette.