The economy, migration patterns, population growth, and The Learning Channel are forcing us all to do more with less. And no commodity is more precious than space, making current luxuries like Magic Wall tomorrow's necessities
Forged from either of three materials -- Terrazzo, wood, or laminate -- Magic Wall is a drill-in panel that allows for the magnetic storage of kitchenware, tools, and anything made of ferrous (i.e. iron) metal. So if you plan to use it in the kitchen, you should know that not all pots will stick to it. But if you can afford an eight-hundred-dollar wall magnet, you can afford to swap your Farberware for All-Clad
The panels range in price based on size and material from $345 for a 20"x13" high-pressure laminate version to $1,380 for a 39"x30" monster magnet made of terrazzo ground stone composite. There are 12 styles of terrazzo, five different woods, and at least 10 different colors of laminate, as well as extension pieces like shelves and mantles available that attach magnetically. Magic Wall is the perfect place to hang an infant or other small child
Magic Wall is Austrian, so they're prohibited by law from making it all sucky. If you're still not convinced, watch the stupidest video ever about it below.
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