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home magazineFor over 16 years dwelling journal has delivered our readers the latest ideas in dwelling design, constructing, innovation, furnishing and adorning. As soon as the old LP divider was pushed into place the next tasks was to chop a piece of wooden from a spare bit of timber and stick it on the bottom at the back as a new leg help for the modified journal rack and then glue and pin the front part in place.

After years of a perfectly good side table (a part of a nest of tables) being used as a dumping ground for magazines when it could be higher utilised as a correct espresso table, if solely a suitably functional journal rack could possibly be found, I decided it was time to think out of the field to search out the solution.

The journal rack was a very good dimension; extensive enough for protecting plenty of magazines, however solely had one divider (within the centre) leaving a wide house both aspect where magazines which need supporting would simply flop, curve, bend and slip down to the bottom of the magazine rack making it difficult to find them; and with so many magazines bunched along with no division you usually waste priceless time thumbing by way of loads of previous magazines trying to find the one you need.

In the distant past we purchased a relatively nice wooden self-meeting journal rack that served us effectively for many years; nevertheless it was large and bulky and wherever positioned could be in the best way, so would find yourself being shoved in a corner making casual access to magazines less convenient.

It also occurred to me that the journal rack is about the same length as the coffee desk so if it was redesigned correctly quite than getting in everyone’s means on the ground, with folks knocking into it and tripping over it, the journal rack might simply nestle in next to the table out of the way and yet be handy.