If you get the newspaper daily, they can quickly stack up if you do not read and recover them immediately. One of the more common solutions for organizing magazines is to use a magazine basket. There are several options to organize and display these newspapers before you come around to read them or to protect those you want to keep.
If a newspaper stand seems too formal and reminds you of something you would find at the library or a doctor’s office instead of as part of your home decor, consider saving your newspapers in a decorative basket. Woven wood or wicker baskets are both good alternatives and another option is to use a heavy cloth bag. Place the basket or bag next to the chair where you usually sit to read the newspaper. Choose a basket with a handle so you can easily pick it up and carry it to the trash when you’re done with the papers.
Archival Newspaper Boxes
In some cases you want to save historically important newspaper issues. Leaving those exposed to light while hanging on a stand can make the paper age and yellow quickly. Buy an acid-free, buffered box specially made for magazine storage. They are available in library and archive supply stores and are available in many sizes, depending on the format of the magazine you need to store. Stack the papers flat in the box in store them in a space that is cool and dry, egg. A closet. Avoid storing them in conditioned spaces such as winds or basements, which tend to be damp and may cause mold.