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Becky Sue shares her expertise and passion to move you one step closer to love where you live.

BeckySue Becker, CMKBD, CAPS
Becky Sue Becker is a Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer (CMKBD), a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS), and a Certified Living-In-Place Professional™ (CLIPP). With 30 years of longevity and comprehensive experience in the kitchen & bath industry, she is a sought-after designer in the Atlanta region. Becky Sue’s advocacy approach means your turnkey project will be less stressful and help you love where you live.

Designs by BSB is now a dealer of POJJO.  Ok, pronunciation is not easy, but the concept is!

This goes out to all my readers who have a frustration with bathroom organization.   This product puts an end to the worry of where to stuff or store your everyday curling iron or dryer!   This system is straight forward converting nearly any standard vanity into a PRIME storage facility.  Look for yourself… imagine … how the hassle.. is a hassle no more.   I will let these 2 pictures tell the next thousand words!

95% of you have a false drawer under your vanity sink.  Equally, you have a power source close enough to tap into to make this system work.   Have more questions… read on!

What size tools can you store?
There is a 3″ holder without a cap to store a blowdryer, two 2 1/2 inch ventilated tubes with caps for curling irons and flat irons, and finally a 1.5″ ventilated tube with a cap for a smaller barrel curling iron or even a hair brush.
Why are the tubes ventilated?
We own the patent on ventilated tubes. The benefit is that your tools will last longer when heating or cooling down in a metal tube that offers ventilation. Salons do not even have this technology at this moment and constantly deal with flat irons that get extremely hot when heating up. When tools like the Chi Flat Iron cost over $100, it is worth making sure your valuable hair styling tools last.
What material are the tubes made of?
Our tubes are made of 304 Stainless Steel. A steel designed to handle heat and get rid of it fast. The steel is also chrome coated to further prevent corrosion.
Is it safe to cool down my curling iron or flat iron in the tubes?
Absolutely. The tubes provide a safe and snug area to keep a potentially dangerous tool from falling and burning someone who might accidently tug on a wire. Meanwhile the ventilation prevents the tool from overheating. We recommend you ensure the tubes do not touch any other surface than where it is mounted.
If my curling iron is less than the size of the tube will it fall through?
Aside from the 3″ tube, all other tubes come with a ventilated cap. The caps fit snuggly on the tube but are removable. To tighten them you can push and twist. Again, our patented approach provides you the luxury of using tools you want, not necessary tools that will “fit” the system.
Can you heat up a flat iron in the tube, instead of the counter?
Yes. This is a much safer place to heat up a hot item given a tug will not cause the flat iron to crash to the floor and potential burn someone on its way down.
Can you leave the blowdryer or flat iron plugged in?
It is always recommended you unplug all appliances given electricity always transfers when an item is plugged in. At a minimum, never leave these items on and unsupervised and make sure you only plug bathroom appliances into a GFI certified plug. This will cause the plug to shutdown if there is a surge or short. Remember to ALWAYS turn off all appliances when they are not in use.
How do quick release knobs work?
A quick release knob is like the knob on a vacuum cleaner. You turn it and the entire wire is available. We provide 8 total quick release knobs to allow you to deside where you like releasing the best.
Do you have to wind the cord?
Yes. You still have to wind cord if you organization and want to heat and cool down your appliances in the same environment. If you have a cable mess, and you place a hot item near that cord, you run the risk of melting that cord and putting your environment in danger. The knobs are there for safety, design, and functionality. Most people wind their cords around the handle anyway. Here we provide a location for the wind that in the end prevents the cord from getting twisted and gives you safety.
Do you have to unwind the cord?
No. The quick release knob allows you to just turn the knob and gain immediate access to the entire cord.
Can this system work with an electrical setup?
Yes, assuming local electrical laws allow for your implementation. We however recommend you always unplug your tools when you are done using them.
Do you have to unwind the cord?
No. The quick release knob allows you to just turn the knob and gain immediate access to the entire cord.

If isn’t reason enough, consider exercising precaution.
Consider sparing you and/or your family from the burn statistics
Supervised       74%
Iron switched off       34%
Sustained hand burns       76%
Required grafting       36%
Residual scarring occurred       42%
Contractures       10%
Surgical release of contractures        4%

The Vanity Valet holder line increases child safety when installed outside the reach of a child. The safety measures you gain with our product is the ability to cool off your appliances inside their container with no supervision requirements (assuming you baby proof your doors). For example, when you are done using your flat or curling iron, you can turn the power off, then place the tool in its respective tube, wind the wire and close the door. If the child cannot open the door or panel, they cannot get to the hot iron cooling down.

While heating up your appliances accidents can be prevented. If you use a snug tube for your appliance, a tug on a wire will not cause the iron to fall like it would if left on the counter. If mounted within reach, deliberate and curious activity can only be prevented with your presence and guidance. The hot flat or curling iron cannot be left unattended if your child is old and tall enough to reach in and pull out the iron to then touch it. Given standard practices,74% of burns occur while supervised, suggesting the majority of burns are a result of accidents rather than deliberate behavior.

For more information on availability, pricing and installation, call Becky Sue at 404.456.8799 or visit the contact page to send an email inquiry!

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