2,241 hook and hanger Bath Products
For a temporary, no-nail solution, this colorful hook sticks to the wall and can hold up to 10 pounds. It's reusable too!
Even things as simple as hangers should still look nice. I can’t help it, but I much prefer wooden hangers to plastic ones.
I love this hand-crafted key holder by artist Armando Ramirez. It’s a small sculpture made from discarded metal, like a car clutch, washers, nuts, screws and galvanized wire.
This hanger is fun and funky with the aluminum and bright colored. When not in use, it practically looks like a piece of sculpture.
This is one whale of an art piece. It’s not only cute, but practical as well, with boat cleats that can be used as double hooks.
This handmade coat rack by artist Heath Nash, made with upcycled telephone wire, costs roughly the equivalent of an arm and a leg. But I just love it so hard! It’s a gorgeous piece with a gorgeous sentiment.
How cool is this black button hook with the cross-stitch leather detail? I imagine a few of various sizes hanging in line in the hallway.
These sticky but removable hooks are a great no-nails solution to dorm living. Use them to hang up accessories, hoodies or that fluffy housecoat!
Deers are usually thought of as rustic decor pieces, but these colorful ones are sure to add a more fun tone to your home.
I favor flocked hangers, but these would be sublime in an upscale boutique, where sales ladies in pencil skirts are in charge of keeping each article of clothing hung straight and set a precise 2 inches apart.
Hay Hangers, Copper, Set of 5
Is there anything better than opening a new book from under the tree? I love the Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook because a lot of the recipes involve — you guessed it — chocolate!
This Occordian coat rack simply has a look of its own. I would most certainly use it in a coastal-style home.
I love how this is a project kids can get involved with. Kids can make and paint this display. The project includes a display rack, Crayola school glue, a liner brush, a paint brush, a paint tray, a sheet of flower and circle patterns, a sheet of transfer paper, 16 paint pots in eight colors, a...
I love these antler hooks. Your little tomboy can hang and display all her awards and ribbons from them.
I think this is a great way to organize scarves! It’s so simple and functional. Of course, I might need more than one.
These whimsical coat hooks look great when in use or empty. Playing off taxidermy in a modern, cruelty-free way, they are a fun way to add reference the rustic in a sophisticated way.
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