15,041 hook and hanger Products
The ampersand has been popping up all over the place in eccentric design lately. I love this hook, it's like it's telling me "AND you need to add this scarf/bag/jacket to your outfit!"
What modernist can't resist a piece of Eames? This set of hooks also comes in an array of bright colors, but I love this more masculine version. It will only be in production for a few months, so grab it while you can!
Communicate any number of emotions with these hooks from Thelermont Hupton. The hands come in a variety of gestures and colors.
Robert Indiana's classic "Love" work gets updated here as a coat hook. It could be used for keys or jewelry.
This pair of hooks has an industrial vintage modern look and will add character and extra storage to your wall.Made of stained wood, it features two shaped wire hooks12" wide x 4" deep x 8" high
With or without clothes, this circular rail of hand-forged iron creates an interesting focal point in the room. Because it holds only a few garments, it's like a minimalist alternative to the valet. It's ideal for fashionistas whose clothes are too fabulous to keep hidden in the wardrobe.
Clothing Rail Round
Instead of hiding your clothes in your closet, pick a few prized pieces to display like art on your wall. These Scandinavian raven hangers look just as attractive alone or with a fancy cocktail dress draped across the wings.
These ceramic doorknob wall hooks would be perfect for decorating a little girl's room and keeping clutter off the floor.
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.
Need a hook somewhere? Why not make it functional and get some equestrian style to boot? This iron horse head is so cute I might not want to hang anything from it.Beautiful hardware can do wonders for a room, bringing character to the most unexpected places.
This framed chalkboard and hook combo can be added in multiples to keep up with personal belongings and reminders.
Sturdy enough to hang the bulkiest down-filled coat on, the design of this elegantly simple Twiggy hook comes from the twig perches that StudioLiscious makes for their line of birdhouses and feeders. I love the texture of the birch plywood base — so pretty.
I have one of these to keep my keys high (out of reach of little hands) and in one place. I love it.
I like when products are both unique and functional. Wouldn't it be fun to hang your towels on these cool anchor and whale tail hooks?
Everyone loves a mustache these days! Show your quirky side by hanging your kitchen or bar towels on this guy.
I know I'd much rather be greeted by a giraffe than a hook when I hang up my coat. These pewter castings of mom and baby look to have some personality in their faces, and by mixing the sizes you could create an interesting, asymmetrical arrangement. For families, a few in large followed by the...
This sea stone wall hook brings nature inside. Its elegant and organic form is perfect for the bath, entryway or kitchen.
A row of wall hooks keeps hats, coats, sweaters, scarves, towels and robes up off the floor so that you can do more, you know, walking instead of tripping. That's always nice.
These stylish, steel hooks are so manly. Perfect for that bachelor who wants to make a serious statement in his bath.
Vipp 1 hooks
You create the look you want with these Filigree Monogram Hooks. Spell out "COATS, TOOLS, FAMILY or LOVE" or choose individual initials to spell out your own word or family monograms. These would look great just inside a front door or hung in a mudroom for extra storage.
I love this customized art hanger. The artist will create a design that the parent chooses and hand-paints it in acrylic paint. A gloss varnish finishes the piece and the artist will even add hints of extra-fine glitter if desired. The display is made of pine wood. The clips have duckbill jaws...
If you're tight on space, this coat rack might come in handy. Simply pull down a hook as you need it from the long horizontal bar.
These minimalist wooden hooks are simple yet rustic. Be creative and make a sculptural piece on the wall using as many as you like.
Hangers? Yes, hangers. One way to easily organize a closet is to change out the hangers so that they all match. My hangers are a mishmash of wire, wood, plastic and these Huggable hangers. One day I'll have a closet filled with these, as they are nonslip and don't leave funny dents in the shoulders...
Calligraphy is near and dear to my heart, so I would love to put something on my walls that reminds me of it!
Scribble Coat Rack
OK, so it's a towel rack, but I think it would be brilliant in a bedroom to hang robes, jackets or backpacks.
Five little foosball players work as a team for this coat hook. Pieces tilt and move to the side to adjust for bulkier items.
Offside Coat Hook
Hang up your coat stylishly with the clever Arrow Hanger by Gustav Hallen. It not only looks great, but also has an aluminum frame that can support the heaviest parka, scarves and hats.
The weathered gold and wood look to this jewelry hanger is so pretty. I think it would also look fantastic holding mugs in the kitchen.
Add instant character with this oar hook. I love the idea of hanging straw beach hats on it in an entryway.
Keep those towels, robes, purses, etc. off of the floor. And this one works great if you don't want to drill holes in your doors!
Inspired by the shape of the classic hanger, the Wire Hanger by Areaware is a great way to organize odds and ends in the hallway, office or other areas where space is at a premium.
How awesome is this? It's an interactive coat rack with eight pegs and numerous holes that let you decide where you want to hang your coat.
This is a great customized option — the wood board can be carved and personalized at no extra charge. Clips are spaced 11-inches apart. The large art hanger has five clips and the small art hanger has three clips. There are keyholes on back for mounting to the wall with included screws.
These wall hooks put the "pop" in "color pop." I'm thinking I might need, oh, about 20, give or take.
Wooden Wall Hooks
This clever accessory holder is built right into the door frame, so it's downright impossible to forget your keys and sunglasses.
I love this classic white deer hook. Wouldn't it look lovely with a pair of red Swedish mittens dangling below?
This little family of wall hooks reminds me of mushrooms sprouting from the wall... minus the disconcerting question of why fungus would be growing inside your house.
In an ideal world, I would love to see a collection of different hand positions (maybe sign language letters) and spell out my last name with wall hooks.
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