Retail

Retail Boutique: Magnets

Help your clients ditch the dull vacation souvenirs by offering trendy magnet sets that add a splash of color and personality to any file cabinet or household refrigerator. The witty graphics and modish images make these magnets attention-grabbing retail items.

Online magnet retailer Fridge Door — or the “single stop for all things magnetic” — offers a plethora of knick-knacks for refrigerators, lockers, and cars. You can find magnets in almost any theme, color, or pattern. With February approaching, the website is featuring Valentine’s Day magnet sets in addition to retro magnets and romantic magnetic cityscapes.

http://www.fridgedoor.com/

 

GamaGo’s super strength magnets are as cheerful as they are useful. They feature perky colors with graphics including cute and wide-eyed creatures such as owls and kittens, cupcakes with mustaches, and smiling sushi. These magnets with personality are 1.25 inches in diameter and sold in packs of four.

http://www.fridgedoor.com/

 

Jesse Janes’ handmade magnets feature a combination of trendy, modern graphics and vivid color palettes. Everything from ladybugs to zombies graces the magnet faces — a wide variety is available online in a myriad of color schemes to match diverse salon or household decors. Box sets of nine come in contemporary tin cases.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/jessejanes

 

iPop Clicks are small but strong and known for their unique designs, which showcase the artwork of up-and-coming artists as well as established designers. Each magnet dons a plastic dome overhead that magnifies the image, making it pop. Hang up a tiny piece of art with 1-inch wide iPop Clicks, available in packs of four.

http://madisonparkgroup.com/

 

Lucy Lu’s Mighty Magnets are feminine, colorful, and vintage-inspired. Each square- or rectangular-shaped magnet is handmade from recycled material and stored in a dainty transparent reusable case. Mighty Magnets come in box sets of 12 and feature themes including cats, fashion, flowers, birds, and women of the ’40s and ’50s.

http://www.lucylu.com/Lucy_Lu/Welcome.html

 

Blue Q manufactures an assortment of witty magnets with graphics meant to give anyone’s kitchen a kick. They’re made from powerful yet thin material and can even stick to the inside of a fridge or freezer for a little extra fun. Available collections include “Guitars,” “Cat Butts,” “House Rules,” and many more.

http://www.blueq.com/

 

Natasha Hanson’s handmade flower magnets are crafted from glossy resin and come in sets of four or more. The miniature floras are offered in different colors combinations — anything from warm pinks and purples to sunny yellow and teal. Natasha’s shop offers free U.S. shipping on most products.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/natashahanson

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