I didn’t set out to collect O-The Oprah Magazine, I just kept keeping them:) I don’t have every copy ever published, although I do think I’ve been a subscriber pretty much from the start. In fact, I remember where I was when I read my first O Magazine. I was single, living alone in a small apartment, while going to college for broadcast journalism, and about to enter law school. I recall taking that first magazine to the complex’ pool to read one evening. I loved O’s message of “Live Your Best Life” and still do. Until recently, these magazines were sitting in open storage bins in my office closet. As I began pulling them out of the bins to organize them, I noticed that they looked pretty in similar color combinations, so I put them on display in the Container Store magazine holders in my office. Do you collect anything? If so, how do you display your collection?
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Wow…they look great displayed that way. Matches your Rainbow Bookshelf! I can't say I have any "one" thing I collect, just lots of different things. I used to save my "sets" of magazines, but when I realized how much space they take up and how little I referred back to them, they went to the recycle bin!
I don't really collect anything, especially to display, except perhaps my children's art would qualify. Great messages in these magazines, and the colors are indeed pretty! Janell
Do shoes and handbags count as collections? ha!
I love the colors of those! I'm actually never read O magazine! ;(
Now for my collections, I would say shoes, jewelry, and clothes! haa
Mine might be more expensive! 😉
I love how simple yet beautiful something like magazines can be…if displayed right that is :). I can't say I really collect one thing either…
I adore the fact that you are a lover of rainbows. In grade school I would constantly dump out all my crayons and organize them by colors. How I wish I had something to organize into colors!
I know I have a collection of PB catalogs. You would think they ARE magazines. I hate throwing them away. Much to my husband's "grr" I never seem to part with them.
I've never subscribed to "O" before. I have waaayyy too many unread mags around here. I keep them in a wooden crate next to the chair in my family room. Need to start going through them. :s
It's so funny what we find ourselves collecting, and yours looks so pretty! I have a box full of smushed pennies from my childhood 🙂
I think I have every Domino Magazine! Need to get me some of those magazine holders from the container store – looks very nice 🙂
If shoes count as a collection then I am in! Love the rainbow effect. And, girl, those photos are fantastic!!!
Um, do cardigans count? I even have them arranged rainbow style like your books and O mags! And I seem to have a lot of those little white ceramic Ikea pots with small house plants. I gathered them to water the other day….12?!?! But they look so cute just about anywhere!!!!!
Wow — they are so pretty all together. What a fun collection!
Thanks for your sweet comments on my Beachy Laundry Room!!
Dang, that's alotta O magazines! I agree with everyone above–they looks great displayed like that! Collections… hmm… well, it looks like I have a collection of blue mason jars goin' on over here. And I have a pretty hefty collection of coffee cups too. Just saw that you commented over at my place… isn't it LATE in Houston??
Looks great! I really enjoyed your home tour over on 6th Street Design– you have impeccable style and I just love your kitchen as well as your amazing curved staircase. So gorgeous!
Such a great idea and great displaying way to organize your O magazines. I too am a subscriber! I collect crosses and decided to display them by framing them which I just did a blog post on. Btw – I was born and raised in Houston but do not live there right now. How i miss that town!
Pretty I love all the vibrant colors. And hello Container Store, that place is A-mazing!!
This is amazing collection and it really looks nice in conjuction with your rainbow bookshelf…
I wonder if they set out to do the binding this way…intentionally…
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