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Minimalist DIY Magazine Holder

By: Caitlin from themerrythought.com
Minimalist DIY Magazine Holder
Minimalist DIY Magazine Holder

For those who like DIY storage ideas without the frills, this Minimalist DIY Magazine Holder is the perfect solution. Free sewing patterns like this make life a little bit simpler and make room for a whole lot of extra breathing room. Tuck your favorite magazines away in these hanging wall pockets to de-clutter the coffee table and add some chic flair to your home. DIY organization is great for people who are beginning to feel the walls close in around them. Grab some cheap canvas and a sewing machine, and create some DIY storage that you'll love to use.

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This is a great way to keep your magazine from laying all over and making your room look better. I can see this being used in a sewing room to put your craft magazines or even patterns in or if you do scrapbooking put those supplies in them. What a great idea to use a canvas drop cloth. They are so super strong and if you have any on hand this is a great way to recycle them. These magazine holders are so easy to make that you can give some as gifts. Super easy tutorial.

I could definitely use one of these in my apartment for sorting mail. I like how understated the design is!

I like this a lot. I think I would hang it lower on my wall though to keep my reading in before bed.

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