414 over door hook Products
I don't know about you, but the additional towels and robes always seem to need a home too. I like to provide my guests with an over-the-door hanging rack to help them keep things off the floor.
If you've run out of prime towel real estate (aka space on the towel rack), add some hooks to the back of the door for instant storage. You don't even need to get out the drill.
Hang tough: This heavy-duty iron pipe coat hook makes a strong statement for the charm and creativity of urban industrial design. You can add it to your bathroom door, bedroom closet or line ‘em up along your entryway.
Don’t be late because you can’t find your keys. This light switch cover has two hooks to hold your keys and a mail clip integrated into its design. Now everything is at your fingertips as you walk out the door.
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How many times have you left the house forgetting to grab the outgoing mail? This integrated light switch cover and storage system helps you remember. The two hooks hold your keys while the clip clamps your mail so that everything is at your fingertips as you turn off the lights and walk out the...
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The underutilized switch plate cover finally has another purpose. Now it has two hooks incorporated into its design. Hang your keys, umbrella or purse — all at your fingertips as you turn off the lights and walk out the door.
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White porcelain over the door hooks are indispensible in entry halls, bedrooms, laundry rooms, and closets. Hang coats, hats, towels, bags, and more. The ten porcelain balls provide a safe place to hang belongings without the risk of fabric snags.
Multiplayer Door Hook
This is a fun set of hook that uses clever materials. I think it would look great in a mud room or potting shed.
Set the tone for your house with boating-inspired cleat hooks on your entryway walls. Or put some by the back door for guests to hang their beach towels on.
Frame hangers are a fun way to hang special pictures from the wall. These are bound to get comments!
The magnetic surface of this mail organizer makes a great home for everyone's keys. It's ideal for use as a landing strip when space is tight.
With this handy squeegee, you can keep your shower spick and span, even if you've got high ceilings and tall shower doors. You can even use it on tile and marble. This handy squeegee is made of durable, rust-proof aluminum with a ergonomic handle that extends to 18 inches and a hook for easy...
For tight spaces, this over-the-cabinet rack provides a really nice way to add hanging storage without having to drill holes in the wall. Plus, it looks sleek and modern.
Child proof your home the clever way, with this door top lock, which rests on top of the door, out of reach of your kids. Easy to disarm for adults but completely child resistant, this innovative lock fits all standard interior doors.
It's like having an extra set of hands to hold your cables in place for you. I have done this so many times by laying heavy books over my cords, wedging them under a picture frame, or other equally sad attempts at organizing. With these guys, all you need to do is pull the adhesive back off and...
School may be out for summer, but school's in for style with these blowfish. The set of three paper balloons comes in a variety of color combinations and sizes to use as room or party decor. Need another hook? They can be flattened and reused over and over again.
I'm a big fan of wall hooks. I like to test them out with Command hooks before committing to a hole in the wall, but I think I could make an exception for these Branch Hooks. They'd be perfect in a small or narrow entryway for stashing guests' coats or your dog's leashes. They'd also work on the...
These are the perfect wall hooks for hanging up leashes and doggy coats. Don't even consider anything else.
What do you do with a decorative tassel? Hang one like this charming bird tassel on your lamp, door knob or curtain tiebacks. It adds a touch of whimsy to any room.
Metal Bird Tassel
Here's another simple way of bringing in the outdoors. Check out these charming wooden hooks by Papi Luc. They are made of hazelnut, and each hook is unique. If you're handy with a saw, then you can always have a go at making your own.
Door Coat Hooks
With limited drawer space and the need to have your pot holders within arm's reach, this is the perfect inexpensive and simple solution.
I love this classic white deer hook. Wouldn't it look lovely with a pair of red Swedish mittens dangling below?
Why does everyone love hooks? Because you can hang something up without actually going to much trouble. It’s an instant win for order over chaos. And in the case of sleek, stylish and simply designed towel hooks such as these, order is beautiful. Of course, if one set is good, two is always better.
Vindo Twin Towel Hooks
The great thing about single hooks is that you can arrange them however you like. Maybe one by the bathroom sink, another on the back of a laundry room door, still another next to the kitchen stove and two on either side of the closet wall. The choice is yours. Truly, these stainless steel hooks...
Vindo Towel Hook
Don’t let your bathroom closet become a dumping ground for towels and toiletries. Reclaim your space with these linen closet organizers. The fiberboard panels stand tall while you separate your towels and linens and neatly put them away. There are even preprinted labels you can attach to guide your...
You’ve got the ideal hookup for instant towel collection right here. The deal is this: all you need to snare and hold your towels is a simple, sophisticated and easy-to-use clip. That’s it. That’s the hook: there isn’t one.
Bogo Towel Clip
Here's a simple way to display your jewelry. This handmade rack features pretty branch hooks. You're more likely to wear your necklaces if you can see what you have.
I thought I'd seen it all, but color me very impressed with this. These hanging bars fit in door hinges and are the ultimate in small-space hanging options. They aren't called Clutterbusters for nothing!
Hooks are like any other hardware or accessory - they add personality and a tone to a room. These vintage hooks are no exception.
There is one — I repeat, one — towel rack in the bathroom, and it's not even in the small hall bathroom. Sure, there are a couple of hooks on the back of the bathroom door, but the new hall bathroom will need some more towel hanging space. This starfish hook screams beachy chic, and it will look...
Given my husband's penchant for losing keys, I bought two of these for the wall. Walk in door, put bird in his house, never lose keys — at least that's the theory.
Sparrow Key Ring
Line a mudroom with these vintage brass hooks and make your back door a Dutch door to complete an equestrian look.
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