956 knife wall hook Storage & Closets Products
Adding some hooks to your walls not only updates your space, but gives you a bit more storage as well. These bright, colorful driftwood hooks would look amazing.
If you don't have room for a whole hall tree, consider a smaller option like this mail and key rack for storing your bills and car keys.
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.
White Iron Hooks
I don't know about you, but I am always losing my keys and could benefit from a holder of some kind. This one comes with reclaimed wood slats and sturdy key hooks.
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...
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
Deers are usually thought of as rustic decor pieces, but these colorful ones are sure to add a more fun tone to your home.
Use a row of hooks to store belts and scarves in a closet. These don’t require a lot of wall space and still corral the clutter well.
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.
A classic and fun way to display art, this 10-foot-long art cable mounts onto the wall with butterflies accenting each end. The cable comes with 10 clips for hanging artwork. This item is also available in flower, star, seahorse and shark details.
Instead of hanging real animal heads on the wall, hang these geometric animal forms that take a more modern approach. I wouldn't dare hang a coat or scarf on a real buffalo head, but I'd definitely do so to these forms. I'm totally in love with the orange color too! I want to buy one for my kitchen...
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!
This is a great customized option — the wood board can be carved and personalized at no extra charge. Clips are spaced 11-inches apart. The large art hanger has five clips and the small art hanger has three clips. There are keyholes on back for mounting to the wall with included screws.
This is supposed to be for the kitchen, but attaching this rail above the desk in the office gives an interesting place to sort pens, pencils and more.
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.
I'd add a couple of these to the walls for more places for kids to hang things. They'll means less things left on the floor!
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.
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.
Here's a classic that will add just the right amount of sparkle to your room. Class things up with this glass hardware. I love the simple, curved lines and the bling that tops them off. This would go well in many different spaces.
Start your own little wall menagerie with this hook. The inquisitive-looking zebra will gladly hold your purses, coats, and scarves when needed.Dimensions: 4.75"H x 4"W. Made of aluminum.
These hummingbird hooks add color and fun to a bathroom or mud room. It's a great way to bring a playful element in to brighten up the space.
While towel bars are certainly very functional, I feel they take up a lot of precious wall space. Whenever possible, I opt for hooks because they save room, still keep towels off the floor and also give me an extra chance to display a decorative item. These ones remind me of sand dollars, and the...
These handmade hooks from Live Wire Farm give such a great organic and rustic feel. Such an easy way to add seriously woodsy charm!
This works great for holding pattern pieces, fabric samples and inspiration photos. Keep your work surfaces clear by taking advantage of vertical space.
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?
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