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I like the bright color and the geometric cutout here. This would work well in a mud room or an office.
I'm loving the modern design of this coat hook. The brass finish keeps it from coming off as too sleek or trendy. I'd hang a trio near the front door for guests.
I can't even express how much I dig this handmade, customizable hanger. It's made for keys, but I can see it hanging robes or jackets or whatever.
Spit Spout Wall Hooks
This hook has the look of Japanese washi tape. The hooks are small so they are only able to hold light-weight items, such as keys.
Wall hooks don't have to just be functional...they can be beautiful, too. This cast iron wall hook is designed with an elegant swan motif...perfect for any place where you could use a little extra storage.
Forget those typical, boring wall hooks. The Orchid Brilliance Wall Hook is a little work of art that's also a functional hook for keeping your keys and other accessories close at hand. Consider purchasing three and hanging them in a row for a cute grouping...your own little wall garden.
The great thing about these Koziol hooks is that you can replace them without leaving holes or sticky residue on a surface. I mounted this one on the side of my fridge and use it to hold some of my vintage potholders.
I have these exact hooks in my entryway and I love them. They are heavy, well-made and add some whimsy to the foyer.
This hook has got to be my favorite on the list. I love anything simple, modern and metallic! I could see myself using this in my dressing area to hang delicates or some of my favorite necklaces.
This little black "X" is actually a wall hook that comes in various sizes and colors, meaning lots and lots of different ways to combine a bunch as a functional wall decoration.
HK Living Cross Hook
If you don't have a fireplace mantel, you could use these charming deer hooks to hang your stockings.
Never lose track of your keys again with this cute key hook from Wallter. Mount it near the door and make hanging them up a habit!
This antler hook is not only adorable, but actually quite useful. I know about a dozen places that I could use it. The best part is that it comes in a variety of finishes, even a bright goldenrod color — talk about cheery!
There's nothing better than fresh, crisp laundry off the line, and when you're camping it's really your only option. Rather than store my clothespins in the rusty coffee can in which they currently reside, I vow to bring a little vintage flare to the fellows.
Wrought Iron Hooks, Cow
Add a little Florence-style flair with this bold fleur-de-lis wall hook. it's made from cast iron and hand-painted metallic bronze.
Hang by a Hare Wall Hook
Necklaces, earrings, bracelets — or purses! This could be a great way to display everything in one place. It even has a mantra to help get you through the day.
Decorating with twigs never was so easy! These little twig magnets from Geoffrey Fisher are perfect for hanging oven gloves on the door of the oven or refrigerator.
Trook Fridge Magnet
Heavy-duty brass hooks are both whimsical and stately. Add several to your herd of hooks, or mix it up with other creatures, which are also available.
Use this in the garage or garden to spruce up the wall and give you a place to hang gardening aprons and such.
Got a little bit of country in you? Show your rodeo love with this bull hook. I'd keep one in the kitchen for aprons or by the backdoor for barbecue accouterments.
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