15,333 hook and hanger Products
Exaggerated iron nails would make sweet coat hooks in the entryway or a spot for wet towels in the bathroom.
This colorful piece of classic Eames provides a good way for kids to learn to the good habit of hanging up their clothes.
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.
I love these simple hooks. They're made of pretty hard wood and look like they're growing out of the wall.
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'm constantly looking for items for my son's playroom, and these Safari hooks would be the perfect additions.
These simple modern wood dots in varying sizes look great grouped together dancing up a wall. I've seen them used for a collection of beautiful scarves to great effect.
Dots Oak Wall Hooks
Start your own little wall menagerie with this hook. The helpful enamel giraffe will hold your purses, coats, and scarves.Dimensions: 4.75"H x 1"W. Made of aluminum.
Hooks are a great addition for hanging towels or damp clothing. I love the vintage feel of these numbered ones.
This is simply a brilliant space-saving "wardrobe." It's a gorgeously crafted solution for the scores of us who find ourselves with no space for the furniture version in our bedrooms. It could also serve as a device for overflow, allowing us some extra hang space to display our best fashions.
I love this Doggie Row of Hooks from Pottery Barn. I only wish it came in the silhouette of a Boston terrier.
Next time you face a random ninja attack you'll be prepared. Until then, use your shuriken throwing star to hang up your hat.
Ninja Star Coat Hook
Here's another simple way of bringing in the outdoors. Check out these charming wooden hooks by Papi Luc. They are made of hazelnut, and each hook is unique. If you're handy with a saw, then you can always have a go at making your own.
Door Coat Hooks
These hummingbird hooks add color and fun to a bathroom or mud room. It's a great way to bring a playful element in to brighten up the space.
Given my husband's penchant for losing keys, I bought two of these for the wall. Walk in door, put bird in his house, never lose keys — at least that's the theory.
Sparrow Key Ring
These handmade hooks from Live Wire Farm give such a great organic and rustic feel. Such an easy way to add seriously woodsy charm!
Being organized is not only more functional, it is more pleasing to the eye. For an easy fix, try replacing all of your wire hangers with these inexpensive wooden hangers from Ikea. They work great and will give a more uniform and put-together look to your closets.
Grab your purse and check your lipstick as you're dashing out the door with this addition to the mudroom.
Does your entryway have a tendency to turn into a dumping ground for coats, scarves and umbrellas? Calm the chaos with this fun ribbon-inspired coatrack.
Vintage cast iron hooks are a great way to add wall storage and a charming wall feature at the same time.
This zigzag set of wall hooks would be a unique way to display towels in a bathroom. I love the shape, the zinc material and the vintage vibe of this piece.
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.
Here's a classic that will add just the right amount of sparkle to your room. Class things up with this glass hardware. I love the simple, curved lines and the bling that tops them off. This would go well in many different spaces.
This coat rack is just plain fun. The way the ribbon runs up the wall is almost whimsical. While it definitely would function well in this capacity, I can also see it used in a bathroom that requires hooks for multiple towels. It's soft enough to be effectived.
Ribbon 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.
The white uneven bars would add great texture to plain white walls or a great pop to colorful walls.
These male and female towel hangers are adorable and a great way to bring some contemporary fun into the bathroom.
Mr & Mrs Hangup
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!
This clever hook rack has Pop-in, Pop-Out hooks that stay flush when not in use. In addition, these chrome hooks are a modern "Y" shape; not your typical "C" hooks.
Aren't these so sweet and whimsical? I've always had a thing for birds (I think because my mom does, too) and these little guys are pulling at my heart strings. They wouldn't fit into my decor at home, but I'm sure I could find the perfect project to place them in!
Adding a simple hook, like the one shown here, to the inside of your coat closet is an easy way to get children to hang up their own jackets. No kids in the house? It's also a great solution for storing the dog leash.
These colorful wall hooks could double as mail and paper organizers in a pinch! (Plus, all those color options are pretty fabulous, am I right?)
Create a colorful place for guests to hang swimsuits and towels. I am in love with these colorful driftwood hooks.
Hang your coat and stay a while. When friends come over for a glass of wine, their hats and coats will have a nice place to rest.
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.
This very simple hanging system really looks more like an installation at a contemporary museum of art to me. Designed by Will Ullman
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