Mag'Z Magazine Rack Has Many Pleats for Stashing Your Reading Materials

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 13, 2013 • References: magz2013.tumblr & mocoloco
Everybody has his own special system for organizing his things, and this extends to how items such as reading materials are stored and accessed. The Mag'Z Magazine Rack was designed for printed media lovers -- especially for those who boast several subscriptions.

Paul Renauldon's product is made from crimped wooden panels that form all sorts of pleats, slots and surfaces for sticking your journals into it and laying them out across it. A quick count of the upper or lower portions of the shelf will reveal seven folds each, enabling you to arrange a full week's worth of reads. Because of the abstract layout of the Mag'Z Magazine Rack, you can lie your periodicals out flat too, and slide them open into the cracks to bookmark pages for continued reading. Stats for Plaited Periodical Storage Trending: Older & Average
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