This product is created by the FERNWEH WOODWORKING

Justin Nelson

I operate Fernweh Woodworking from the studio on our property in Central Oregon. I love the feel of smoothly sanded wood and the smell of natural oils that bring out grain in hardwoods. My motivation for woodworking has always been the beauty I find in wood grain. Nowadays, customers seek one-of-a-kind home decor, they aren’t satisfied only with what they find in big box stores. I seek to create unique products that will inspire my customers’ creativity. Woodworking is a time-honored craft, I want to do my part to keep it not only alive, but fresh.



This magazine rack is made from beautiful Maple, Walnut or Padauk Hardwood. This minimalist shelf is perfect way to display magazines and books in your living room or office. The wood is beautifully grained, and finished with natural Tung oil. (No stains used) Since these shelves are handmade from hardwood, actual wood markings will vary.

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Available in: Maple, Walnut or Padauk. Two keyhole grooves make this piece incredibly easy to hang. I hung one over my work desk in my shop in just a matter of seconds, with no measurements needed. I recommend using three standard drywall screws...two screws in line with one another for the top groove, and then just one for the bottom groove. The wonderful thing about keyhole grooves is that it"s incredibly easy to adjust for gaps...simply loosen or tighten the screws.Maple wood.

Order within the next hour and this product will ship by Jan 26, 2017

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