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The Extras: Posh Refrigerator Magnets

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The Extras: Posh Refrigerator Magnets

November 15, 2012

I have yet to meet a refrigerator magnet that I truly like (in recent months I’ve opted for washi tape as a temporary solution). But thanks to Brooklyn-based designers Fort Standard, I can put these sculptural wooden magnets on my wish list.

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Above: The small magnets are made of assorted hardwoods that are sculpted, carved, and hand finished.

700 fort standard basic magnets

Above: The Standard Magnets come in a set of six and are currently available for £38 from SCP in London. For more information, contact Fort Standard directly.

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Above: Each piece features strong rare-earth magnets covered in hardwood.

N.B.: You have the magnets, need the refrigerator? Shop 62 refrigerators in our Appliances section.

Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose your kitchen refrigerator in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Kitchen Refrigerators.

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