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  • Jennifer Lobley

    Brighten up your creative office or home with this red shelf rack for in or out papers, magazines or books. Can use it for post it notes or as a magnet holder. This rack will definitely be an attention drawer ). To use it, it needs to be mounted on a wall with two screws. Bent steel will hold 2-3 books or 4-5 magazines. Can be used in a bathroom as mini library ). $49

  • Dann Kingsley

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  • Anna Avery

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