13 Magazine Racks You Haven't Seen Everywhere

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Sometimes it's the little details that can really make a room be like, WOW. True, spending a couple hundred on a magazine rack might feel like a bit of an indulgence, but it's the type of item that truly acts as a functional piece of design. If you want something really unique, consider one of these options:

1. AYTM Curva Magazine Holder, $250

Wavy stuff is so in right now.

2. Yamazaki Home Tower Magazine Rack, $41.79

If you're a minimalist.

3. Article Solae Storage Module, $249

More functional furniture than accessory, Article's storage module is the perfect size for magazines — and more.

4. CB2 Grid Brass Magazine Rack, $29.95

Go glam-industrial.

5. Skagerak Norr Magazine Holder, $399

Take your stacks off the floor and onto the wall with this Scandinavian design.

6. Blu Dot 2D:3D Wall Mount Magazine Rack, $129

This thoroughly modern rack also comes in white and gray.

7. Anthropologie Isadora Magazine Holder, $198

With strips of leather displayed on a fan-like rack, this piece will work with pretty much any aesthetic.

8. Kartell Magazine Rack, $325

Kartell: One of the greats. Yes, this is pricey, but it's something you'll keep forever.

9. Lyon Béton Doc Magazine Rack, $165

Looking for something more weighty? Try this concrete design.

10. Normann Copenhagen Analog Magazine Rack, $140

Like we told you: Perforated metal is currently on fiya.

11. Anthropologie Sofia Rattan Magazine Holder, $68

If you want a budget option, this Anthro selection offers boho vibes thanks to natural materials.

12. McGee & Co. Natural Hemp Magazine Rack, $290

Good, simple design to go with your modern living room.

13. Fruitsuper Design Modern Magazine Rack, $100

Streamlined with a touch of natural wood for a fair price.


Leonora Epstein is Hunker's Senior Director of Content. She has previously served as Executive Editor at HelloGiggles and as BuzzFeed's Deputy Editorial Director. She is the co-author of "X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story" (Abrams, 2014). Feel free to reach out at leonora@hunker.com.

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