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Add a pop of color to your walls with these cheerful lacquer hooks from West Elm. Medium density fiberboard with glossy lacquer finish.Hardware included.3"diam.
Simple Lacquer Hooks
I have always thought that your coat rack should be as stylish as your home and the jackets that get hung on it. West Elm delivers this wish with their beautiful 5-pegged coat rack.
Lacquer Coat Rack
This Wood Scarf Hanger provides a great way to organize scarves, hosiery, and sashes right alongside the rest of your clothing in your closet. This scarf organizer features ten generously sized holes, large enough to hold multiple scarves, with perfectly smooth edges to prevent damaging snags and a...
I'm totally dying for these wall hooks from Ferm Living! The geometric shape is just right, and they'd be an easy way to add a little hanging space to your entry.
The Hook Series is the first collaboration for Alwyn Neville. In merging our design senses we have crafted a series of very functional wall hooks. The hooks are physically and visually interesting in their simple repetitive pattern and the sculptural use of standard stock steel. Each hook is...
Majer Metal Works H.2 Hook
Slat Coat Rack - Wallter
Cast from the designer's hand. Grab is a catchall for keys, change, soap, or any small thing that needs a helpful hand. Includes wall mounting hardware.
Both a hanger and an iconic graphic symbol. It can support hefty loads while open, but is as useful for a newly ironed shirt and a pair of trousers. When closed there are still three hooks on which to hang various items. Perfect for hall, bathroom, the cellar, the wardrobe or in the childrens room....
Cast from the designer's hand, which catches the incense ash, this incense holder is quirky and functional. Includes wall mounting hardware.
The Brendan Ravenhill Spike Wall Hook (set of 3):Designed by Brendan Ravenhill.Materials: Cast iron.
If you EVER get around to actually cleaning out the garage, do yourself a favor and order up this organization system first. It will help you get all of the stuff you actually use off the floor and on the wall, while you weed out all the useless garbage that isn't worth hanging up!
If there's one thing in the home that drives me crazy, it is the constant influx of mail. Left untended, it will breed on every surface within 10 meters of the front door. Keep it contained with this cute envelope letter holder until it's time for your weekly bill-paying session. It even has hooks...
The white uneven bars would add great texture to plain white walls or a great pop to colorful walls.
Timber Coat Rack, White
For ingoing and outgoing mail, I like this modern envelope-esque letter sorter. It does double duty as a key rack, so no one is searching for misplaced keys on busy mornings.
I've seen a few shops carry wooden tree branch hooks, but this is a unique twist on that design. These branch hooks are cast in metal for a more modern style. Clustered together, they feel more like art than a utilitarian accent.
This intricately sculpted metal elephant hook is perfect for keys, scarfs, necklaces and to add a bit of whimsical charm. A pair flanking a bathroom sink would be great for hand towels.
I love this combination plate and hook. I can imagine hanging my tote bag from the hook and placing my keys on the plate above.
Coats tend to accumulate in my entryway. I would love one of these classic racks for hanging winter coats and hats.
How adorable is this wise old owl coat hook with an antique brass finish? I think he would be perfect by a bedroom door for holding easy-to-grab handbags or sweaters. Or line up a few of the handsome fellows in the laundry room.
Wise Old Owl Coat Hook
These hooks remind me of what my dad would use in our barn growing up on the farm. Instead of hanging rope, reigns or chains, I think I'd use this in a "farm style" project for the bathroom as a towel hook. They are very sturdy, very rustic and very cool.
I'm in love with natural woods and leathers. The catchall on the left is so simple but beautifully designed. I would love something like this in my space.
RW1 Coat Rack
This works great for holding pattern pieces, fabric samples and inspiration photos. Keep your work surfaces clear by taking advantage of vertical space.
I'm a big fan of wall hooks. I like to test them out with Command hooks before committing to a hole in the wall, but I think I could make an exception for these Branch Hooks. They'd be perfect in a small or narrow entryway for stashing guests' coats or your dog's leashes. They'd also work on the...
Branch Hooks, Bronze
There's something about making the most of under-utilized space that makes me feel super efficient. This wall-mounted storage system, which fits on the kitchen backsplash (or the laundry room, or wherever else your tidy little heart desires), is a great idea.
This brass hook has a vintage style and would look right at home in a bathroom, bedroom, or entryway. I like how this pretty hook looks solid — because I don't want to have to be delicate with hanging up my things.
These clever tiles from Design Glut are a fun way to stash kyes, candy, paperclips, you name it. Mount one on the wall near the back door, or an entire row in your office or playroom.
Design Glut Jar Tile
Crafted of metal. Antique pewter finish. Includes matching hanging screws. Designer Suzanne Kasler loves Paris as much as we do, so it's no surprise these hooks look just like those you see hanging in Paris' busiest bistros. And just like those in our favorite city, Suzanne designed the hooks to be...
These are the perfect wall hooks for hanging up leashes and doggy coats. Don't even consider anything else.
Puppy Dogs Tail Hooks