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These cute wood hooks are seriously feeding my love of all things rustically chic. I'd love a few sprinkling the wall of my entryway for holding bags and coats.
I love the rustic finish on this tiny deer head coat hook. I think it would be darling with some jingle bells hanging from it.
The Hang-it-All rack was originally created with children in mind. Although it would be perfect in any kid's room, I picture it in a stylish entryway, laundry or mud room.
Every closet needs hangers, and wooden hangers are the best! Leave those cheap wire hangers at home.
If you're looking for something completely different, how about these coat hooks that look almost like lampshades? You actually put your clothes under the shade to protect them from dust.
This is such a fun hook for anywhere in the house. You can hang towels, purses, scarves or jackets on this little elephant's cute trunk.
Large pushpins work great as wall hooks. They are the perfect solution for college dorms and rental homes.
It is always useful to have a few wall hooks on hand for hanging up guests' coats or bags, especially if you have an outside entrance to your home office. This vintage brass coat hook has loads of character.
If you're looking for something clean and modern but with a hint of fun, try this streamlined coat rack. When not in use, the rack looks like a stylish piece of wall art.
Symbol Coat Rack
Provide ample storage space for guests to hang and store their clothing while visiting. I love to keep a supply of wooden hangers in the guest rooms because they are sturdy and work well for any number of garments.
For the chess lover in your life, these charming hooks inspired by the game's pieces would be a welcome addition to the home.
I like the design of this coat rack/hanger. It's shape allows you to do much more than stow away coats and scarves, as the picture indicates.
Add a bit of whimsy to your mudroom with blue enamel number hooks. What a great way to personalize a space while keeping it fun. (Numbers will vary.)
Used alone or in a series, the Dillion hook from Restoration Hardware is a great option for hanging towels in the bathroom.
These remind me of little dots of confetti sprinkled on a wall. How fun would a random pattern of these be in a bathroom or dressing area to house necklaces and jewelry? Cute!
I'm really loving hooks these days. They keep items corralled off the floor and hanging neatly on a hook. These work well for tight spaces in the bathroom.
Brighten your day with a little bird hanger. This cute hook is sold individually, but a row of them certainly makes a cheerful statement.
These adorable children's hook racks not only help keep coats off the floor, but also hold books neatly! They're multifunctional and beautiful, and I love them.
Here is a coat rack the kids will enjoy. The colorful child-friendly knobs move around the picture, making this holder both useful and fun.
I want to install a couple of these inexpensive hanging bars from Ikea in the middle of my command center. I'm thinking about attaching some buckets for pencils, chalk and even Post-it notes. They'll make it easy to keep things in one tidy spot.
This coat rack looks like it was ripped from a chain-link fence. Its raw industrial edge would look great in a loft space or urban home.
This hanger is a throwback to what hangers used to look like, or maybe that's just my nostalgic assumptions. The fact that the entire piece looks like it was made by hand, makes it that much attractive for being publicly displayed.
These are bright, bold and beautiful! I'd love a set of these in my guest bathroom for a pop of color and for functionality. My guests could you them as towel hooks or hang any of their personal belongings while they stay with me.
Flower Wall Hooks
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
Simple, clean and white, this ball hook would work well in a kitchen or bathroom, or even on a door.
Oopsy Daisy Ceramic Ball Hook
Pretty hooks and knobs will help you utilize the room better, while adding beauty and interest as well.
Raw Zeolite Hook
Some hangers I wouldn't mind being left on the floor. These sure beat the plastic ones. Add some string and clothes pins and use it to hang artwork throughout the room.
This coat rack is so cute I don't think I could bear to hang anything on it. Well, maybe a dog leash or something. The plastic menagerie of animals is just too clever.
Here's a classic interpretation of a hook rack made of Lucite. Its translucent quality makes it a great option for any space.
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.
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.
Oh my God. I'm in love. So basically, I'm in love with anything black and white and these chess piece hooks would look divine in the dream home I'm designing for myself! I love the variety of shapes they come in.
I've been known to have a few cat accessories around my home, so this kitty cat is right up my alley! Use it as a quirky conversation piece or practically as a hook to hang leashes, towels or jackets.
Bess Cat Hook
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
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