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Six Of The Best: Magazine Racks Under £50

17/02/2011 13:04 | Updated 22 May 2015

I always say that my house would be pretty tidy were it not for my somewhat excessive magazine habit. I'm probably fooling myself, but getting the periodicals in check is as good a place as any to start in the ongoing battle against household clutter. Here are my pick of the best racks out there for a sensible amount of money:

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Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

This great little aid to tidiness comes in a range of colours (lime green, pink, silver, white and black) and as they interlock, you can create as much stacking space as your magazine addiction requires.

Archive magazine rack, £12.50 each at Dutch by Design

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

Another colourful option, this chrome plated steel rack with wooden balls is something of a classic.

Saturnus magazine rack, £39 at Graham & Green

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

There's something really pleasing about the fluid shape of this 'goes with everything' wooden rack from Made.com's Nordic collection.

Baldur magazine rack in beech (also available in walnut), £35 at Made.com

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

This fresh and cute white coated steel news stand is simply chic.

News magazine rack, £39.95 at dwell.co.uk

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

Clear the clutter the sleek, minimalist way.

Ringo magazine rack by Black & Blum, £26 at Heal's

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

A great home for all your keep-me magazine favourites.

Wirehouse magazine rack in chrome (also available in white), £28 at Dutch by Design

Six of the best: magazine racks under £50

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