294 Eclectic Hooks and Hangers
Antlers are a popular item popping up in homes and stores, so why not bring a functional version into the home? Made from shed deer antlers, these are great for hanging towels, jewelry or photographs.
Cattle call. Crafted from fine white porcelain, this unique wall accessory is shaped like a pair of rustic bull horns, while decorative bird details in gold add a touch of elegance. Use it to hang up purses, necklaces, and scarves with ease, or let it round out an eclectic-chic space or...
Found in New York, made in New York: designer Kiel Mead scours the shores of New York state for beached driftwood. After a thorough process of bleaching and staining, the seasoned wood discovers new life—as a helpful hook. No two are alike. Shades vary slightly, and sizes will vary between 7 and 12...
Streamline your morning routine by hanging your outfit on a pretty hook the night before. This floral version hung on the back of my bedroom door would make me smile each morning, and it's sturdy enough to handle a heavy coat or suit.
A playful accent for cupboards, pie safes, buffets, and more. Handcrafted farm friends lighten the mood of any room.
Generous wire hooks ready to hold anything and everything belong in an entryway, a studio, a garage or a bathroom.
Line a mudroom with these vintage brass hooks and make your back door a Dutch door to complete an equestrian look.
Since this recycled steel leaf hook is wax-rubbed, it provides a natural barrier against moisture, making it the perfect hook for outdoors. Mount a few on your deck or patio next to your hot tub and hang your towel or robe nearby, making getting out that much easier!
These are bright, bold and beautiful! I'd love a set of these in my guest bathroom for a pop of color and for functionality. My guests could you them as towel hooks or hang any of their personal belongings while they stay with me.
Flower Wall Hooks
If you’re one of those folks who couldn’t speak without hand gestures these are for you! Darkly finished porcelain wall mounted hands that speak volumes as art and act pretty “handy” when it comes to displaying jewelry or scarves. Three styles to choose from. A home and garden collection selected...
The Moroccan design of this necklace holder highlights the mirror behind it. It's a great piece because you can use it to hold your jewelry and you also have a mirror to check out your look!
Add a bit of functional whimsy to your entryway or closet with this fun and sculptural lacquered coat rack.
Go ahead and hang your coat on your choice of animal head. These antiqued nickel animal hooks would offer a pop of fun to the mudroom.
Rustic reclaimed barn wood accessories/coat hanger featuring 4 hooks. Simply screw directly into wall with provided screws (pre-drilled holes are hidden behind the 2 outermost hooks), and then screw hooks back in place once the coat rack is hung. This is a made to order piece, so the finished look...
Everyone loves a mustache these days! Show your quirky side by hanging your kitchen or bar towels on this guy.
This is such a fun hook for anywhere in the house. You can hang towels, purses, scarves or jackets on this little elephant's cute trunk.
The winter coats are gone, but there are spring jackets that need a place to hang. This guy's antlers are just the spot.
Well this hook has easily made it's way to the top of my list! I was obsessed with unicorns as a little girl and this hook would work perfectly in the bathroom as my robe hook — very girly!
These silver branches are beautiful and practical. Use them for jewelry to have a place for those necklaces and rings.
Silver Branch Hangers
It's important to have a place to corral all of your keys, hats and umbrellas near the door. Why not make it a fun little row of black wrought iron flowers?
Flower Hook Wall Decor
This sea stone wall hook brings nature inside. Its elegant and organic form is perfect for the bath, entryway or kitchen.
Quirky and fun paint brush wall hooks, handcrafted in Italy by Antartidee. The brush loved painting so much that it decided to hang around and double as a paint-brush-shaped hook. Or did the guy painting just fall asleep, or vanish, or become invisible?
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