It can be annoying trying to store all those issues of Esquire. You want somewhere that allows you to show them, while not tripping over them all the time. It's time you got them a home.
Not an actual home, obviously. We're referring to this magazine holder by Konstantin Slawinski. Originally starting out as a company who made custom units for machinery in 1914, they didn't make any home products until 2003.
Since then they've created their products by producing the goods of up and coming designers who've won local competitions. In fact, this design was the winner of one such competition, winning the interior innovation award last year.
As the images show, it's big enough to house more than a few back issues and even works as a makeshift bookmark. And note of advice: planting faux shrubbery outside this is when you've taken the whole house thing too far. (€79, I/Object)