5,984 wall towel hook Products
These are the perfect wall hooks for hanging up leashes and doggy coats. Don't even consider anything else.
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.
This coat rack is just plain fun. The way the ribbon runs up the wall is almost whimsical. While it definitely would function well in this capacity, I can also see it used in a bathroom that requires hooks for multiple towels. It's soft enough to be effectived.
Ribbon Coat Rack
A row of wall hooks keeps hats, coats, sweaters, scarves, towels and robes up off the floor so that you can do more, you know, walking instead of tripping. That's always nice.
This cheeky saucepan looks like it went right through the wall. Use it for your aprons or tea towels.
I've totally turned into a hook lover. They can be tucked on a short wall and come in handy for hanging towels, leashes, coats and more.
I'd place these anchor wall hooks in my "someday" cottage entry. They would be perfectly paired atop some baskets for quick towel and flip flop storage.
Frame hangers are a fun way to hang special pictures from the wall. These are bound to get comments!
This colorful piece of classic Eames provides a good way for kids to learn to the good habit of hanging up their clothes.
White Iron Hooks
Keep In Peck Wall Hooks
If you're looking for something with an industrial edge, this coat rack made with clamps and reclaimed wood would be perfect.
There's something about making the most of under-utilized space that makes me feel super efficient. This wall-mounted storage system, which fits on the kitchen backsplash (or the laundry room, or wherever else your tidy little heart desires), is a great idea.
This intricately sculpted metal elephant hook is perfect for keys, scarfs, necklaces and to add a bit of whimsical charm. A pair flanking a bathroom sink would be great for hand towels.
Rinsing off outdoors is the perfect way to end any summer day. If I could shower outside every single day of the year I would, unfortunately the New Jersey climate I reside in doesn't allow me that luxury. But when I get the opportunity to, I'm in heaven.
I love these simple hooks. They're made of pretty hard wood and look like they're growing out of the wall.
These simple modern wood dots in varying sizes look great grouped together dancing up a wall. I've seen them used for a collection of beautiful scarves to great effect.
Dots Oak Wall Hooks
This sea stone wall hook brings nature inside. Its elegant and organic form is perfect for the bath, entryway or kitchen.
These male and female towel hangers are adorable and a great way to bring some contemporary fun into the bathroom.
Mr & Mrs Hangup
Cubbies aren't just for Kindergarten — everyone needs a place to store their go-to items. This updated version will show off that you've learned more than your ABCs, but also how to simplify your life in style. Hang this gleaming wood shelf right in your foyer, and enjoy the pull-down metal hook...
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.
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?
Vintage cast iron hooks are a great way to add wall storage and a charming wall feature at the same time.
These ceramic doorknob wall hooks would be perfect for decorating a little girl's room and keeping clutter off the floor.
I love the idea of using this wire curtain hanger, along with the matching Dignitet curtain clips, to hang your children's artwork across a playroom wall. It's such a fun way to showcase all those kindergarten creations while adding color and style to your room.
Dignitet Curtain Wire
Everyone loves a mustache these days! Show your quirky side by hanging your kitchen or bar towels on this guy.
Keep those towels, robes, purses, etc. off of the floor. And this one works great if you don't want to drill holes in your doors!
These minimalist wooden hooks are simple yet rustic. Be creative and make a sculptural piece on the wall using as many as you like.
These wall hooks put the "pop" in "color pop." I'm thinking I might need, oh, about 20, give or take.
Wooden Wall Hooks
My favorite part of the summer games was the swimming. For any swim moms, here's a hook rack to help keep the entryway neat while showing off your team spirit.
Spring always gets me in the mood for decluttering. Mr. Deer will help you get all those hats, bags and towels off the floor for instant order.
Deer Wall Hook
Your kids will never leave their towels on the floor anymore when you mount these ostrich hooks in their bathroom! I like the childlike whimsy of these birds paired with a more mature blue and green.
Metal Wall Hook, Ostrich
The white uneven bars would add great texture to plain white walls or a great pop to colorful walls.
Beauty is "being the best version of yourself you can possibly be." Well, if that's the case, then this wall toilet paper holder is absolutely beautiful. With its polished chrome and sparkling Swarovski crystal inlay, it's the best version of a toilet paper holder you've ever seen.
Carmen Wall Toilet Paper Holder without Lid
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Use this handsome row of hooks for coats, scarves, hats and umbrellas, or get creative and use it to display your necklaces within easy reach.Panel is crafted of cast iron with a bronze finish.Features 6 oversized hooks.Mounting hardware included.32" wide x 5" deep x 10" high
Reclaimed wood is also magnificent on a smaller scale. I would love to hang this reclaimed wood and railway spike coat rack in my mudroom.
Every entryway needs a storage spot suitable for coats and mittens. Even beach dwelling folks could utilize a rustic rack for totes and hats!
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.
Don't have the space for a full coat stand? Never fear! You are not destined to have piles of jackets draped over every surface near the door. Opt for a wall-mounted coat rack or, better yet, a compact multihook fixture like this one to keep your cold-weather gear off the floor and in one...