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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.
After reading "Lessons From Madame Chic," I am paring down my closet to 10 capsule items for each season. Knowing I have fewer clothes, but clothes of high quality, reminds me to take extra care of what I do have. With that said, choose wooden hangers that maintain the shape of your clothing and...
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!
Used alone or in a series, the Dillion hook from Restoration Hardware is a great option for hanging towels in the bathroom.
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.)
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.
This vintage ski coatrack has lots of hooks for hanging items near the door. It's a fun and charming conversation piece.
Bulky wooden hangers take up a considerable amount of space. Subbing those out for these slim-lined, nonslip versions will double your closet space in a matter of minutes.
Thin Nonslip Hangers
I love these colorful plastic coat hooks. They would be great for holding up clothes in a kids' room.
Unbreakable Coat Hooks
Based off of the original coat racks from the Savoy Hotel in London, the cascade of this wall mounted rack is not only functional, but also attractive.
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.
Cedar hangers are wonderful no matter how large or small your home. They help prevent moths and create a chic, uniform look behind your closet doors.
Pretty salvaged pieces make up this one-of-a-kind coatrack. Elegant and rustic, it would be great paired with a bench and some baskets.
This coat rack is a playful yet effective hanger. It's a great way to create practical storage with eclectic flair.
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 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.
Not often is a piece of home decor simultaneously advertised as a weapon for protection — but this wonder hanger is! Even if you don't use it for the latter, it's still a good looking piece of decor.
If your hallway is lacking storage space, you might want to invest in one of these. It comes with a few different hooks and trays for all your everyday needs.
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
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.
We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
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!
OK, I'm a sucker for bunnies, and these cute rabbits would really help with getting me organized. Hang keys or anything else you might want to keep from them.
Line a mudroom with these vintage brass hooks and make your back door a Dutch door to complete an equestrian look.
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.
Owls are so on trend again, yet I still can't bring myself to put one in my house. Growing up the '70s, I thought they were so overdone, but this one could make me rethink it.
This bamboo coat rack is a fun design for kids to hang up their towels, clothes, hats and more. I like the cool Hawaiian-inspired design.
Oversize and whimsical, these giant wall clips borrow an idea from the humble clipboard and could be used anywhere in the house: for recipes in the kitchen or towels in the bathroom maybe.
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.
There are many different types of hangers a person should have for a well-outfitted closet. However, it seems like every time I pull a delicate blouse, or strappy top out of the wash, I don't have the proper hanger for drying. These bamboo hangers feature tiny notches on either end, created just...
Top Hanger With Notches
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
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
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
This quirky tiger hook cover is constructed of high-quality birch plywood and hand covered with natural beeswax.
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