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Today I am taking a break from the kitchen to update a post I wrote four years ago about two magazine racks I purchased for my bathrooms. Sometimes the fact that I am the only female living in a male dominated home reveals itself in mundane ways. One of those ways is the stack of reading materials that grows and grows in the bathrooms.
Do you know what I am talking about? There are magazines on the back of the toilet. There are magazines on the floor. There are magazines on the vanity. I'm forever picking up, stacking and culling magazines in the bathroom. That was until I purchased wall-mounted magazine racks. Finally, an answer to the disorganization caused by reading materials in the bathroom..
I wanted to provide an update to my original post because I realized it has been four years since my purchase and both magazine racks are in excellent, like new condition. These were a really great purchase and both of these racks are still available. If you are in need of wall-mounted magazine and toilet tissue holders, these might be perfect for you, too. I love them and know you will, too.
Originally, my search for a wall-mounted magazine rack was a challenge because there weren't many options. I wanted a polished chrome or nickel rack to blend with the other hardware in the bathrooms. I found two excellent choices, one of which was a steal. The first option can be found at Restoration Hardware and originally cost me $125.00. It is now (6/8/2017) listed at a final sale price of $85. The Chatham combination magazine rack and tissue holder is attractive, easy to mount on the wall, and is excellent quality.
Organize with a Wall-Mounted Magazine Rack
The second choice for a very similar combination rack and tissue holder can be found at several stores including Walmart for $38.24 and Overstock.com for $38.59. These prices make this rack the "steal"!
|The "Steal" Rack|
The Chatham rack slides onto hidden mounting disks and has a cleaner look on the wall.
I bought them both. My then, newly remodeled, powder room had raised panels that were too narrow for the "steal". The Chatham rack fits the space perfectly.
|The Chatham Rack at Home|
My upstairs bathroom was also in need of reading material organization, so the "steal" rack found a home there.
|The "Steal" Rack at Home|
Oh, in case you are wondering, I hang the toilet tissue with the ends hanging over the front, not behind.
If you like this magazine rack you may also like this "deal" I chose for a wall mounted cabinet.
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