Stacked

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If you had asked me a month ago whether I thought it was a good idea to keep old magazines stacked in your living room, I’d respond with an unwavering, “no.” As someone who avoids anything that even slightly resembles clutter, I definitely would not have approved of the idea.

But, fast-forward a month and my perception has slightly changed. There’s something about the curated look of stacked magazines that, when done right, looks purposeful and not cluttered at all.

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These images from Pinterest are currently inspiring me to give it a try, especially since I just started a yearly subscription to Vogue and Porter magazines. You know what that means… stay tuned for a future post featuring my chicly stacked magazines.

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