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    • Marilyn Helm

      Great idea! I would need a bunch of these to handle my magazines. - think this might be next project for end table in my reading area! :)

    • Denise Weldon

      Great idea for magazine storage and newspapers

    • Nita Scott

      magazine rack side table

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