Best Magazine Holders

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This plastic is strong and impact-resistant. The magazine holders can even be used sideways as a little tiered shelf. There is a label on the front of each holder as well.

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These simple magazine holders can fold flat to save space when not in use. Also, the label holders on the back make it easy to organize stray papers and magazines and to reduce clutter.

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The simple design makes these perfect for virtually any use. You can also use these magazine holders to store books, paperwork or files. Plus, assembly is easy.

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The color choices make it easy to color-code or just match the decor in your classroom. This set of magazine holders comes with labels so that you can keep your magazines, books or files organized. The cardboard holders have a matte finish.

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These magazine holders are made from heavy-duty cardboard and are easy to assemble — even for children. The whimsical pattern is a nice addition to any shelf.

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While you can opt for the clear design, these magazine holders also come in pink, gray, black, mint, yellow and teal, so you can match these to your home decor.

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This magazine holder is perfect for someone who’s going for a mid-century modern design vibe in their classroom or home. The low profile ensures that it won’t be obtrusive, but it will still hold plenty of magazines.

Expert Commentary

Magazines, brochures, newspapers, mail and books pile up and add clutter to our classrooms and households. These racks are great for not only keeping your items tidy, but also helping you save time so you can easily catalog and keep items in one place when you need to find them later. I personally like to organize mail in these racks. The varieties above vary in terms of design and size you need. Never go magazine rack-less again!