If you've subscribed to a newspaper's print edition, here are some handy spots to store your stack.
Newspapers are seeing a rise in readership, and if you’re picking up a print edition (so retro-cool), you may have realized you need a spot to store your stack.
Here are some of our favorites in a range of styles, all of which look very smart — just like you.
Fruitsuper Print Rack ($100 at fruitsuper.com). Seattle’s Fruitsuper crafts these cool, modern racks out of powder-coated steel in white or green, with a walnut or maple handle and cork bottom.
Umbra Gazette Magazine Rack ($50 at umbra.com). Simple and contemporary, this all-wood rack is perfect for the organization-obsessed with two tiers of storage.
Schoolhouse Electric White Ash Basket ($144 at schoolhouse.com). Add warmth to your home while corralling your newspapers with this handsome basket from Portland’s Schoolhouse Electric. It’s handmade in the U.S. from Appalachian ash, with brass nails and leather handles for a sturdy piece with tons of versatility.
Zara Home Metallic Magazine Holder ($70 at zarahome.com). If your look is minimalist, this simple iron circle will fit right in. Just remember to recycle regularly to show off the sleek lines.
Kouboo Rattan Magazine and Multi Purpose Basket ($82 at allmodern.com). Rattan is one of spring’s hottest materials, adding a worldly, natural vibe to décor. This basket is roomy enough for a stack of reading materials, and strong enough for toting with a wire frame surrounded by handwoven rattan.