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If these blackened cast iron animal hooks could entice the hanging up of a wet towel, then that would be fantastic. Honestly, I like these so much that I wouldn't mind even seeing these bear — erm, bare.
I love Anthropologie for many reasons, one is their constantly changing inventory of knobs and hooks. I have great luck finding super cool hooks like these on a regular basis.
This lion towel holder could be the perfect decor for March. I would pair it with a lamb-soft fluffy white towel for the ultimate subtle March humor.
Lion Towel Holder
I love that this towel rack looks like a vine twisting along your wall. It has a great organic feeling and is made of recycled materials - bonus!
These hooks look like delicate twigs but are made of iron. I can see these making a perfect addition as coat hooks in an entryway or mud room. Even better if it's a cabin in the woods or a lake house.
Classic, classic style. Perfect for a mudroom or entryway. Will work with so many design aesthetics.
Have I mentioned how many great knobs and pulls we find at Anthro? Here are another of many that we love and use all of the time on client projects and in our own home.
Remember to add your own ranch style in unique places that allow tons of personalization and accent pieces. A solid metal towel bar in the bathroom with lone stars and horseshoes makes a good start. This one is so cute.
Western Star Towel Bar
No more scorched fingers or searching for oven mitts! This clever gadget hooks onto hot oven racks for easy sliding. Each one is handcrafted in Pennsylvania from wild cherry wood, so it’s beautiful as well as functional.
Your sensual style eschews hard corners and sharp angles — which is why this retro-chic bistro table belongs in your small dining space. Its curvy yet sturdy cast iron base and top of reclaimed wood create a vibe of intimacy and warmth.
V42 Round Bistro Table, Large
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Add some playful coastal style to your tabletop or wall with this set of 9 pottery fish plates and platters.
I actually love this light for a kitchen, washing a wall of tile or over a furniture style bookcase, even in a soffit. Using lighting like this adds instant depth to a design. Comes in four different finishes.
These are hot, hot, hot pads! Black and white/cream gets me every time. I love the pattern, the colors, and even the little hook that allows you to hang them on your wall while they are not being used. These hot pads are art. I want them in my kitchen now.
A fun way to display the towel bars with an insert of the same turquoise glass mosaic around the bathtub.
This vintage window shutter has been repurposed and adorned with hooks. It has been painted and distressed for a shabby cottage chic look. What a pretty way to hang towels in the bathroom! You can also place it in a kitchen to keep pot holders, aprons and towels in easy reach or hang a mudroom to...
Capture the rustic feel of nature for your home with our Natures Walk collection. This natural iron accessory is artfully crafted to bring nature indoors with its branch and leaf design. Rich in detail and rustic charm.
Darling yet deceiving, this vintage milk bottle is actually a set of ever-so-useful measuring cups perfect for your baking corner.
For the rustic and eclectic at heart, these antler pulls are a fun way to pay tribute to months of cooler weather, long outdoor walks bundled in coats and scarves, and the beauty of nature.
You may not normally choose dishes this bold for dinner, but outdoor dining should be fun, right? I say, bring on the paisley dinnerware!
Houzz Contributor and creator of Design in a Bag Rebekah Zaveloff likes to think outside the kitchen for these exotic block print towels "Tea Towels – that’s what my husband’s family is famous for. We have a huge collection!" These are perfect to leave out as hand towels for a pop of print and...
A couple of these octopus pulls would make a fun touch to the aquatic inspiration of a beach cabin. But remember: just a couple. You're wanting an accent, not an overwrought amusement park.
This is a really quirky set of flatware. The rectangular spoons and donut-like handles would tempt me to pick one up and ding my glass with the end. Broken glass aside, how about playing around with graphic napkins to play up the shapes found in the cutlery?
iD Cutlery by Richard Hutten
One of the things I love about design is how the addition of a gray tie on this basic white apron can make it so memorable.
Tea for two. Crafted from white porcelain, these wall hooks look just like classic English tea pots. One features the handle and the other the spout for a nod to tradition that still has plenty of whimsy. Perfect for extra storage space or just refined style.Set of two wall hooksPorcelainShips in...
Tea time. Crafted from white porcelain, these charming wall hooks look just like traditional Moroccan tea pots. Use them to hang up everything from coats to keys to bags, or just pour on the exotic style.Set of two wall hooksPorcelainShips in 1-2 weeks
Our Parisian Baker's Tower Rack allows you to display all your cakes, pies, and pastries. This 63" tall rolling storage system is perfect for parties and every day cooking. It's also a great storage unit for any room in the house. Use it to display multiple plants or collectable, or to organize...
Oh so clever! A long baker’s rolling pin is the ballast for a metal pot rack sporting twenty hooks and an airy shelf. A twenty-seven inch chain connects to curvaceous arms for stability. Down home yet very uptown. A home and garden collection selected that bring happy memories of childhood past....