5,564 coat hook hanger Products
White Iron Hooks
Start your own little wall menagerie with this hook. The inquisitive-looking zebra will gladly hold your purses, coats, and scarves when needed.Dimensions: 4.75"H x 4"W. Made of aluminum.
I love hooks. They keep things like coats, towels and hats off the floor. These hooks are even better because they are magnetic. They would be perfect in a kids room or playroom to catch dress-up clothes and display art or school papers.
Kids Magnet Strip Hooks
Maison hooks are solid brass so fill free to hang coats and book bags from these strong hooks. A set of these would look great lined up in a row in a back hall way or mud room.
Never lose track of your keys again with this cute key hook from Wallter. Mount it near the door and make hanging them up a habit!
The name pretty much says it all. The board is done in smooth white, while the hooks get spiffed up with black, white, yellow or aqua powder-coat exterior. Great for above a desk or in the kitchen.
I couldn't resist adding this adorable gold "Wishful Thinking" wall hook! Hang it up year-round for coats or even keys.
A simple coat hook becomes a thing of beauty when rendered in bone inlay and herringbone. Mount this in your front entry for a stylish welcome for your guests.
You'll need a spot to store dress-up shoes and clothes. I'm thinking this coat rack will provide hang-up storage, and you can put accessories and shoes on top.
Keep In Peck Wall Hooks
Group a few of these hooks together for a statement, or hang them around the house for robes, coats or bags.
These Coatrack Dots are amazing. Each can be screwed into the wall wherever you want, so hanging scarves, hats, coat and purses is easy and pretty.
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.
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.
Long hours logged at your desk will leave you wanting your coziest of sweaters to keep warm. Keep them nearby on this handmade coat rack.
I love these simple hooks. They're made of pretty hard wood and look like they're growing out of the wall.
Packing? Use this fold-down hanging bar to carefully coordinate your outfits before the luggage handlers at the airport rip them to shreds and/or pilfer them.
Instead of tossing your coats and scarfs over the nearest chair, consider these wall mounted rings instead. Functional wall decor is always in style.
Add a little rustic touch to your home in 2014 with this antler wall hook. It’s perfect to hang your coats on or just as a piece of art on your wall.
This horned coat rack would be a conversation piece in your entryway, and it would be a lovely place to hang your Barbour jacket.
A sturdy set of coat hooks can really be a lifesaver when it comes to keeping things accessible but also out of the way. This classic rack in bronze would do just the trick.
I have one of these to keep my keys high (out of reach of little hands) and in one place. I love it.
These colorful drawer pulls have been turned into wall hooks. They’re perfect for hanging coats on in the entryway, or they make a great addition to the bathroom for holding your towels.
I'd hang this as an ode to my husband's home state of Pennsylvania, and it's a good personal touch. Plus, I find wall hooks helpful for organization in every room.
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