Recycled Rope Magazine Rack

Highglighted by copper piping, this magazine rack is woven from the same rope used by Maine lobstermen.


created by

Hannah & Logan Rackliff

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Rustic Style

A industrial nod to the classic New England aesthetic, this magazine rack is woven from the same rope used by Maine lobstermen. The durable material makes it a fitting hammock for your favorite glossies, while the copper piping frame adds rustic appeal. Raw materials from North Carolina. Handmade in Maine.

Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.


Made in Maine

Should you wander the town of Spruce Head, Maine, it wouldn't be unusual to meet a lobsterman or two. Perhaps you'd bump into Logan Rackliff, a local fisherman and designer. After deciding a career in construction wasn't for him, Logan decided to join the forces out on the open sea. A fifth-generation lobsterman on his father's side, he is also a fourth generation rope maker on his mother's side. With the help of his wife, Hannah, the coast-loving couple saw a way to fuse both passions by crafting household items made from the sturdy rope used to catch lobster. Now you can bring some of the New England charm to your home decor with Logan and Hannah's high quality products, from organization bins to doormats.

Handmade Recycled Made in the USA
Made from
recycled polyester, Copper
21" H x 15" W
Shake off loose dirt; can also be hosed down with a garden hose.
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