These are works of art that depict butterflies, bears, elk, deer, water fowl, birds, cowboys, Native Americans, landscapes, horses and much more.
Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Online retailer TheHardwareCity.com has announced its latest offering, signature artist series toilet seats. Manufactured by Jones Stephens, the oak seats feature a wide variety of scenes in both round and elongated shapes.
According to TheHardwareCity.com owner Asha Rani, the seats feature the art of noted naturalist artists such as Michael Sieve, Rosemary Millette, Russ Docken, Scott Storm, Robert Abbot, Jon Ren and Valeria Yost.
“These are works of art that depict butterflies, bears, elk, deer, water fowl, birds, cowboys, Native Americans, landscapes, horses and much more,” Rani said. “This is the perfect product for anyone looking to complete a rustic bathroom or a serene nature look.”
The seats, constructed of oak, MDF wood, metal and plastic, have the art applied to them using a highly fade resistant automotive pigment. The art is then sealed using two poly acrylic coats. While the round front versions of the seats measure approximately 16 ½ inches from the center of the mounting hole to the front rim of the bowl, the elongated front versions are approximately 18 ½ inches. Round versions weigh seven pounds, while the elongated versions weigh nine pounds.
In addition to getting great works of art, customers who purchase the seats through TheHardwareCity.com will also receive tremendous savings. The regular price for the seats is typically between $116.00 and $121.00. TheHardwareCity.com, however, is offering the new seats for between $69.00 and $72.00.
For more information about this or any of TheHardwareCity.com’s products, visit www dot TheHardwareCity dot com.
TheHardwareCity.com, one of the largest sellers of hardware products online, has combined the old school philosophy of cutting cost with the latest in technology whenever possible since 2007. As an online-based retailer, TheHardwareCity.com offers products available to customers that other larger and smaller brick-and-mortar stores don’t often carry. Additionally, TheHardwareCity.com offers live assistance online, Monday through Saturday, to ensure its customers get exactly what they need.