2,611 hook and hanger Products
These male and female towel hangers are adorable and a great way to bring some contemporary fun into the bathroom.
Mr & Mrs Hangup
These handmade hooks from Live Wire Farm give such a great organic and rustic feel. Such an easy way to add seriously woodsy charm!
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 is supposed to be for the kitchen, but attaching this rail above the desk in the office gives an interesting place to sort pens, pencils and more.
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.
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!
This wrought iron shelving unit is perfect for right inside the kitchen door. I can hang lightweight jackets, toss my keys inside a bin and use the other sections for cookbooks and miscellaneous quasi-kitchen supplies.
This very simple hanging system really looks more like an installation at a contemporary museum of art to me. Designed by Will Ullman
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.
Create a colorful place for guests to hang swimsuits and towels. I am in love with these colorful driftwood hooks.
I love these little branches! At $20 for a set of two hooks, I find these very affordable. They may only be ideal for scarves and light sweaters, but they sure would add a lot of visual interest to a plain wall.
Coats tend to accumulate in my entryway. I would love one of these classic racks for hanging winter coats and hats.
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.
Crafted with strips of birch plywood, this coat rack looks like tree branches growing out of the wall. It is both functional and beautiful.
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.
I love the rustic look paired with the bright orange. It would go so well with bright accents or neutrals.
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.
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.
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?)
A great mix of rustic and contemporary style, the Twig coat hook by Studio Liscious is an elegant solution to a hallway muddle of coats, bags, hats and such — whether you live in the country or in the city.
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.
This modern curtain rod system is perfect for displaying children's artwork. It installs in a snap, and your children will love clipping up their masterpieces for all to see.
Dignitet Curtain Wire
Generous wire hooks ready to hold anything and everything belong in an entryway, a studio, a garage or a bathroom.
I can't have just any hook by the door to hold my keys. This teacup hook brings style to the kitchen.
This quirky tiger hook cover is constructed of high-quality birch plywood and hand covered with natural beeswax.
Put these behind your back door or in your bathroom. With a simple design and just enough detail to be exposed, they make great catchalls.
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?
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