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Stories Behind RDD’s Roller Strap Names, Part 3

Posted by Ken Reig on

Welcome to part three of our four-part series about the names of our roller straps! RDD has a large selection of roller straps, 19 different styles in total, that comes in three or four attractive finishes. Instead of using the name given by the manufacturer, we thought we’d give each roller strap a story. As you read on below, you’ll learn which roller straps have the most intricate back-story and those that were more of a challenge to name. You can check out part one and part two here. 

The House Lannister

Game of Thrones has become a breakout TV show after adapting the popular book series by George R. R. Martin. The Lannisters have a powerful, devious role, and the rustic spade design seemed fitting to be named after this family.


The Les Mis

The fleur de lis is the floral badge of France, and it is prominently used in the various versions of Les Miserables. Whether in the novel, movies, or musical versions, the fleur de lis carries powerful imagery, which we thought was perfect in naming this roller strap.


The Lucky Charm

Horseshoes are good luck, and having two holding up your rolling barn door would bring the most luck!


The Madonna

One of Madonna’s hit songs is Material Girl, with the popular phrase: “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” The attractive diamond-like shape of these roller straps seemed well suited to be named after the Queen of Pop.


The Plato

The simple, rectangular design of this rolling door hanger fits well with the legacy of Plato. A classic philosopher and mathematician, we know Plato would love the optimal utility and simple design of this roller strap!


The Seabiscuit

What better to name this dual horse head roller strap than in remembrance of a great racing horse?!

 Stay tuned for part four (the final post!) of this series coming soon...

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