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The Re-Birth of Fridge Decoration

Mayfair Lane launched Happeez in the winter of 2008. The CEO of Happeez worked with 3M post-it products for years and realized there was a need for a non-magnetic option. All Happeez Notepads, clippers, photo frames, whiteboards, and listpads contain the … see full wiki

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The Re-Birth of Fridge Decoration

  • Feb 16, 2009
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The age of stainless steel refrigerators and appliances has arrived and with it the death of refrigerator magnets. I'm not exactly an advocate for tons of tacky pictures and star-stamped tests all over fridge, but it did serve an organizational function.  And I will admit there were days when I was definitely proud my basketball championship picture was hanging above the ice dispenser.  So, in an attempt to get back to the good ole' days, Mayfair Lane has created a new line called Happeez that grips to stainless steel refrigerators, mirrors, glass, lucite, wood paneling, and vinyl.

The line includes clippers that can hold pictures, recipe cards, paper, etc.  They have also created picture frames (no more curling pictures on the fridge), notepads, whiteboards and list pads. The back of each item is made of a sticky material that doesn't leave a residue (it's true…I tried it!) and re-sticks for long lasting use.  

Each product comes in more than 50 unique, fun, and colorful designs including animal prints, flowers, polka dots, and geometrics. The sticky material is non toxic, odor-free and won't scratch the surface it's placed on (unlike traditional magnets). The Happeez slogan: Magnets are losing their attraction. I think it's possible that this new product has made traditional magnets completely obsolete. 

I'm just happy I can decorate my fridge with To-Do Lists again and maybe even dust off some of my high school photos for proud display!

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February 18, 2009
Oh my god, I had never considered that the fridge bulletin board is a dying art with the progression of technology! :) There is something quite quaint and hokey about our use of kitschy magnets with the fridge, I have to admit, but I'm glad to know that there's a company watching out for this lost art!
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