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We have learned that if the magnets won't stay on the walls, you can put them on the ceiling.  If you have a connecting door, you can put them around the door jamb.  We also had some shelves that have metal sides or fronts that will take a magnet.

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We bought a fridge magnet of the ship we were on; remembered the conversations on cc about magnets and walls, so used it to keep tickets/special offers in view. That magnet has been on several cruises now, which can be embarrassing on different lines, but I doubt the steward is interested.

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On 12/9/2017 at 8:20 AM, MoonlitOcean said:

I have read that since cabin walls and doors are metal, people like to decorate them with magnets and such. I think this is a great idea to help identify your cabin door in a long hallway, but how often do magnets get stolen? Also, do many people decorate their doors, or would we look silly?

After having magnets and other door decorations stolen or damaged (birthday decorations ripped to pieces) we gave up.

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