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DAYTON, OH, July 10, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Since 2008, Habitatter.com has been offering the highest quality in home decorating accessories, and Good Night Irene! has been with them since the beginning.
Good Night Irene! is a one-woman studio in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina who has been creating imaginative switch plates since 1992. Her designs reflect nature and all have texture to thrill your hands as well as your eyes. These light switch plates are made with polymer clay, a versatile and durable synthetic material, and cured directly onto plastic switch plates to ensure a perfect fit.
All good things come to an end, and unfortunately, Habitatter.com will no longer be carrying the Good Night Irene! line. However, this is your chance to get these amazing works of art for well below cost and if you need more they don't have in stock, Good Night Irene will be happy fill out the remainder of your order. Greg Simerlink, owner of Habitatter.com, said, "Irene made some of the most unique switch plates we carry. I really love the textures and the crisp bold colors. It is a great loss to stop carrying these items."
Come take a look at all the exceptional designs from Good Night Irene! at Habitatter.com before they are all gone!
About Habitatter.com: Habitatter.com sells a diverse selection of decorative home hardware primarily created by local artists from around the US and Canada. Their primary collection focuses on switch plates and outlet covers, but they also have an array of cabinet pulls and knobs, doorbells, door knockers, house numbers, decorative signs, wall sconce covers, key racks, garden hose accessories, fireplace accessories, door stops, leash hooks, single hooks, fan pulls, picture hangers and switch plate accessories.
About A la Mode: Good Night Irene! is a one-woman studio in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina. She's been working with polymer clay since 1992, and started creating light switch plates almost immediately. Irene is a member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and a founding member and past president of the Blue Ridge Polymer Clay Guild. She's also authored and produced work for three books on polymer clay, published by Lark Books, and has contributed projects to numerous other publications.
Habitatter.com sells a diverse selection of decorative home hardware primarily created by small artists from around the US and Canada. Their primary collection focuses on switch plates and outlet covers, but they also have an array of cabinet pulls and cabinet knobs, doorbells, door knockers, house numbers, fan pulls, picture hangers, switch plate accessories, Decorative Signs, key racks, wall light sconce covers, coat hooks and dog leash hooks.
1001 East Second St.
Dayton, OH 45402
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