Recycled Rope Magazine Rack | Uncommon Goods
We’re a little embarrassed to admit it, but sometimes we just get too busy to read. We’re new-car excited when our favorite magazines come in the mail, but once we thunk them down on the coffee table it could be weeks before we actually open them. Then the cherished glossy becomes part of the never-ending paper pile and gets stashed away when guests come over, never to be seen again.
The Recycled Rope Magazine Rack ($240) from Uncommon Goods is a New England-style hammock for your favorite reads. Made to order in Maine using the same rope used by lobstermen, with a frame of copper pipe from North Carolina, it stands 21 inches high and 15 inches wide. This blend of industrial and rustic aesthetics is a stylish way to store magazines and newspapers; place it next to your favorite chair so your reading material can wait patiently, out of the way, until you’re ready to dig in.