Paper Pet By Frederik Roijé

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Meet the world’s most adorable magazine holder.

Designed by Amsterdam-based designer Frederik Roijé, Paper Pet is a modern magazine holder inspired by pets. The simple and abstract design provides the ideal way to add a quirky accent to a living room and keep the décor elegant and minimalist at the same time. Charming as well as practical, Paper Pet looks great in any interior. The convenient design offers plenty of space for magazines, so you can easily keep them organized but close at hand.

The modern magazine holder has a quality steel build, to be a part of living spaces for many years to come. Crafted in the Netherlands, each magazine holder features a powder-coated finish as well as soft wool felt details. Plus, the color options complement any interiors. Paper Pet comes in three versions: White, Dark Gray, and Brick Brown.

Paper Pet made its official debut at this year’s Maison et Objet, which took place between 6-10 September 2019. Visitors to the event had the opportunity to admire this modern magazine holder along with other new designs from the Frederik Roijé studio. If you missed this year’s event, don’t worry. You can find Paper Pet along with some of the studio’s other creatively designed products in the Gessato Design Shop. Photographs© Frederik Roijé.

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