Recently, I sold the primitive cupboard that I used to hold some of my magazines (Country Living, Romantic Homes, Early American Life, etc.) I am I self-confessed magazine junkie -- but that's another story. Anyway, I just knew this cabinet would be a perfect replacement. So we washed it up and put the thick plank shelves in it, put it in place and UGH! -- my magazines don't fit, at least not standing upright.
So here is my dilemma, find something thinner, like Masonite, to make new shelves. Or, find another use for this cabinet (possibly sell it) and go out and find a more functional piece to house my mags. Of course my mom suggested that I downsize my periodical collection, LOL, what is she thinking!
I'd love to hear what you think I should do.
Only one shelf accommodates the magazines standing upright. What to do? What to do?