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Magazine files

Keep your magazines and documents neat and tidy with stylish magazine files. Find the perfect design to match your decor and declutter your space effectively.
Create A DIY Desktop Printer Shelf Using IKEA Magazine File Holders! Printer Storage, Printer Shelf, Printer Stand, Office Crafts, Craft Room Office, Ikea Home Office, Office Shelf, Home Office Storage, Home Office Organization

"Brilliant. I wish I had seen this before my last job left me with aching shoulders," said a reader: -You'll be so happy you saw this! We keep our printer on the desktop in our office/craft room. It is a wireless printer so it can be stored anywhere.

Lisa Fermi
DIY Magazine Files (Free Template) | Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor} Diy Storage Boxes, Craft Room Storage, Craft Organization, Organizing Life, Paper Storage, Office Crafts, Craft Room Office, Diy Magazine Holder, Magazine Storage

This week, I'm sharing some of the DIY organizational projects I completed for my new sewing room and home office. One of my main challenges in this tight space was finding a way to keep everything organized without having everything become overly cluttered, and I knew I needed to find an attractive, discreet way to

Aleece Winters
8 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With IKEA's $10 KNUFF Magazine Files | Apartment Therapy Ikea Design, Magazine Files, Wood Magazine, Ikea Family, Kallax, Range Document, New Swedish Design, Plywood Art, Birch Plywood

Even if you got stuck in there for a whole afternoon (and, let’s be honest, who hasn’t?), you might still never see every little thing the IKEA marketplace has to offer. Take, for instance, the untreated wooden magazine file the Swedish retailer likes to call KNUFF. It’s affordable and so unassuming you might miss it if you weren’t looking for it, but the KNUFF can be used for a whole host of things around the house.

Ali Tiley