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    Magazine Stack Stools: Designer vs DIY

    I try to get most of my reads online now, but there are still a few magazines I pick up regularly and keep in little stacks to re-read when I need some inspiration. I fell in love with this magazine stool by NJU Studio the second I saw it, but then I found this DIY version. Now I'm torn.
    • ma1be

      Chair From Books Stack, The Book Colors Are Yellow, White, Grey, Pink, Blue, Red, Purple, Cream, Green, On Top Of Wooden Support Chair And Brown Pillow On The Top Wrapped With Two Brown Leather Belt: Inspiring New Trends In Interior Design In 2014

    • Nyki Estrella

      foot stool out of old magazines, belts and a pillow

    • Susanna May

      Magazine Stool. Make this using a wooden platform, old magazines, a small pillow, and two belts. It's so cute. I want one!

    • Annie Kronen

      Make a Stool Using Old Magazines, Two Belts, and a Pillow | 31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects. OLD BOOKS - OTTOMAN.

    • Linnea Zavala

      Make a Stool Using Old Magazines, Two Belts, and a Pillow | 31 other awesome DIY ideas

    • Bronwyn Smith

      Brilliant! Could improvise one of these quite easily with some wood, 2 belts and a cushion. Fancy - Magazine Stool by Njustudio best magazine storage idea EVER

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