To Magnet or Not to Magnet? That is the Question.

Appliances has been a recent topic of discussion in our home. Particularly stainless steel appliances. We’re looking are are taking the appliance plunge pretty soon which has resulted in lots of blog-hunting. There are so many drool-worthy kitchens!

This is the look we are going for:

Hmmmm. White cabinets. Brushed nickel hardware. Blue gray walls. It’s so fresh and clean, but homey and inviting at the same time.

Images compliments of Cappucino Cottage:
http://cappuccinocottage.blogspot.com/2010/11/kitchen-appliancesvintage-style.html

This brought up the question of the refrigerator. There are two kinds of people in the world. 1. The kind that have nice, clean, clutter-less¬† fridge doors, and 2. The kind that cover it with all kinds of junk. We are the latter. We currently have lots of photo magnet frames covering our fridge and don’t plan on changing anytime soon! BUT, stainless steel appliances are not magnetic! What to do?

Apparently this was a concern to Moose. He ran in earlier this afternoon very excited about a certain discovery… Happeez.¬† Happeez is a company that specializes in pretty magnets, clips and notepads that stick to stainless steel appliances (is he the perfect guy for me or what?).

Happeez products can be found in the Paper Store near you, or http://www.mayfairlane.com.