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Designed to reduce energy costs dramatically, the U-Socket's 5-star energy efficient design auto-senses the required wattage and only outputs full power if something is connected. This USA-made product can also be installed by the do-it-yourselfer!
I can't have just any hook by the door to hold my keys. This teacup hook brings style to the kitchen.
Wallpaper doesn't have to be all different colors. Sometimes just having the texture is enough. This fun midcentury pattern cries out to be painted in a bright hue. And best of all, you can change your mind later!
Decorative contemporary 12 inch round wall mounted towel bar designed and manufactured in Italy by Gedy. Towel rail made of stainless steel and finished in polished chrome. Wall mounts made of high quality wood and available in 2 finishes: Cherry or Washed Oak. Towel bar dimensions: 11.90" (width),...
This is such a perfect color for tile in a bathroom - it's like the color of water in a tub, so soothing. I also love the mix of gloss and matte tile together.
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
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!
I love teak and think that adding teak into a bathroom creates a nice spa-like feel. This solid teak towel rack from Bed Bath & Beyond has an open design and a shelf for additional storage. At 34 inches tall and 23 inches wide, it also does not take up too much space in the bathroom.
Teak Towel Rack
Generous wire hooks ready to hold anything and everything belong in an entryway, a studio, a garage or a bathroom.
We were turned onto this source by a Houzz member-we are so thankful, it is a new favorite. Look at the fantastic traditional design of this towel basket-we'd love to have one for our master bath. Comes in a variety of finishes.
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.
Streamline your morning routine by hanging your outfit on a pretty hook the night before. This floral version hung on the back of my bedroom door would make me smile each morning, and it's sturdy enough to handle a heavy coat or suit.
I imagine coming home from a long day, hanging my keys on this fun deer head hook and parking it in a cozy corner of the couch for the evening.
All hand wall sculptures hang on two key holes. What a unique way to store jewelry, keys, and any other items!
Hand Wall Sculptures
The bathroom becomes an easy space to accessorize with the addition of this seaworthy towel ring. Perfect for a half bath, we'd pair it with a pretty monogrammed linen hand towel for a nice contrast.
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!"
Robert Indiana's classic "Love" work gets updated here as a coat hook. It could be used for keys or jewelry.
In the ideal mudroom, each family member has his or her own hook for keeping outerwear and bags off the floor. A double hook gives each person twice the hanging capability. Keep only everyday items in plain view, and store unused or out-of-season accessories in a closet.
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.
I have one of these to keep my keys high (out of reach of little hands) and in one place. I love it.
I'd like to put up a few of these shelves in my laundry room to help keep down the chaos in there. I think they'd be great for towels in the bathroom too.
This framed chalkboard and hook combo can be added in multiples to keep up with personal belongings and reminders.
This clever accessory holder is built right into the door frame, so it's downright impossible to forget your keys and sunglasses.
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.
Fun for kids and adults, these flying hangers are nice if you treat your clothing like it's art. Showcase pieces front and center, and never wonder where you hung your coat again.
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...
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.
OK, so it's a towel rack, but I think it would be brilliant in a bedroom to hang robes, jackets or backpacks.
These stylish, steel hooks are so manly. Perfect for that bachelor who wants to make a serious statement in his bath.
Vipp 1 hooks
When my family and I traveled to Scotland, I really began to appreciate the value of a good towel heater, as it was freezing most of the time we were there. Here in Texas, it's rarely cold enough to warrant one of these, but they're such a luxury!
Add instant character with this oar hook. I love the idea of hanging straw beach hats on it in an entryway.
A pair of aqua glazed ceramic cleats. Use them to add a nautical touch to your bathroom or use them as drawer pulls.
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.
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
I think this is a cool, fun way to store anything that needs to go on hooks. For me, I have 100 keys from neighbors and friends that could be effectively stored in a way that actually looks great.
Have fun conversations with family members or roomies by writing each other messages on these comic book–style speech bubbles.
Blurbs Coat Hook, Double
Have I mentioned how many great knobs and pulls we find at Anthro? Here are another of many that we love and use all of the time on client projects and in our own home.
Square Hat Hook
These sweet daisy wall hooks are bound to add the finishing touch to your little girl's floral-inspired space. Help her learn independence as she hangs her things on these beautiful and lead-free hooks. A perfect way to add a 3-D touch to a room full of flowers.
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