1,304 wood hangar Storage & Closets Products
These rustic wire baskets are inspired by potato baskets used on some farms. I could see a hundred uses for them, from storing wood by the fireplace to corralling toys in the living room to displaying a few fluffy towels in the guest bath.
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
This photo explains it all — the Manhattan Cabinet really is a storage catchall. I love that it comes in a rainbow of colors and if I were cool enough I really would line up a storage spectrum, as shown.
I'm a sucker for rustic wood and individual compartments. And it would coordinate beautifully with my whitewashed stands. Traditionally, wooden crates like this were used to cart around tools for the garden or for repairs. But I can think of a variety of uses for this crate. Candles, condiments,...
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 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
Almost sculptural, this rack could be a solitary piece to use on a blank wall. It could be used as a clothes rack for the bedroom, as well as a coat stand by the front door. This would be an opportunity to carefully curate which pieces you would like to showcase.
This is simply a brilliant space-saving "wardrobe." It's a gorgeously crafted solution for the scores of us who find ourselves with no space for the furniture version in our bedrooms. It could also serve as a device for overflow, allowing us some extra hang space to display our best fashions.
I am always on the lookout for chic storage solutions, and these vintage-style milk crates from Target recently caught my eye. They would work either stacked on the floor or placed on shelves for anything from kids' toys to magazines.
A simple wood box is perfect for storing a magazine collection or even used as a vase. But look closer: This is a vintage Chinese wood grain box, used to measure the harvest. Love the texture and the rustic vibe.
Sleek and compact, this wardrobe is an all around utility player. You can hang your clothes hangers here on the front, coats on the pegs in the back, and fold some clothes on the shelf up top. I would install this in my bedroom, or next to the front door.
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.
Getting organized never looked so good! These sturdy felt baskets come in a variety of sizes and will help corral all those back-to-school (or work) papers in one defined spot.
Ditch that old toilet paper dispenser. Instead, choose a unique box or bucket to hold several rolls for instant character. And no more arguing over which way the roll should unwind...
Bring in antique baskets for added textural interest. This is a great option if country style isn't your thing, but you still want to utilize authentic wood elements in some way. Something this large can be hung up high, or propped on the floor against the wall for that casual layered look.
Does your entryway have a tendency to turn into a dumping ground for coats, scarves and umbrellas? Calm the chaos with this fun ribbon-inspired coatrack.
When decorating, I'm always conscious that it's my husband's home, too. My dressing table is one place I give myself permission to be as girly as I like. This glamorous mirrored jewelry box would be a great addition.
This Japanese-inspired shoe rack brings a subtle Asian flair to the entryway. I love multifunctional pieces, like this one that you can use it as a bench too. It would look cute with Japanese pillows.
These Wooden Spool Hooks would be such a fun and clever decor feature, in addition to adding some storage for coats or jackets. You could even hang an umbrella from one of these cute wood spool hooks. Use them on the wall of your sewing room for a great place to hang fabrics or other pieces you...
Being organized is not only more functional, it is more pleasing to the eye. For an easy fix, try replacing all of your wire hangers with these inexpensive wooden hangers from Ikea. They work great and will give a more uniform and put-together look to your closets.
I love a good garment rack. This one is made of heavy steel and wood, and I'd love to hang frilly, pastel dresses on it.
I have my fingers crossed that someone will gift me this beautiful recipe box for my wedding. The salvaged hardwood box looks like it's sure to be passed down for generations to come.
Exaggerated iron nails would make sweet coat hooks in the entryway or a spot for wet towels in the bathroom.
This eclectic cart is based upon a vintage laundry bin design. Now let it lend it's charm to your playroom, living room or home office.
I love this customized art hanger. The artist will create a design that the parent chooses and hand-paints it in acrylic paint. A gloss varnish finishes the piece and the artist will even add hints of extra-fine glitter if desired. The display is made of pine wood. The clips have duckbill jaws...
This small white-painted wood birdhouse hook is a sweet addition to a kid's room. I could do a whole ideabook on birdhouses!
Baskets like this are great for corralling beach towels, flip flops or even firewood for your fire pit. I love the functional beauty these have in particular.
Instead of hiding your clothes in your closet, pick a few prized pieces to display like art on your wall. These Scandinavian raven hangers look just as attractive alone or with a fancy cocktail dress draped across the wings.
This little family of wall hooks reminds me of mushrooms sprouting from the wall... minus the disconcerting question of why fungus would be growing inside your house.
I love the idea of potted plants inside vintage wooden crates — or repurposing these wood crates as window boxes. Whether it's inside or out, a crate like this would make a cool display for plants.
A DIY project that will add character and is quite simple is to create your own coat rack. Choose hooks that fit your style of decor and mount them on a finished piece of wood. I love these rustic hooks from Restoration Hardware.
The weathered gold and wood look to this jewelry hanger is so pretty. I think it would also look fantastic holding mugs in the kitchen.
is completely unique. They're great alternatives to standard drawers and file cabinets — and serve the same great organizational purposes.
Branäs Basket, Rattan
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.
If you're a gardener, you may have seen these little baskets. They are perfect for rinsing off squash, tomatoes and other veggies before bringing them in from the garden. I think they would make wonderful gifts for anyone who loves to garden.
Hangers? Yes, hangers. One way to easily organize a closet is to change out the hangers so that they all match. My hangers are a mishmash of wire, wood, plastic and these Huggable hangers. One day I'll have a closet filled with these, as they are nonslip and don't leave funny dents in the shoulders...
I've seen the spitting image of these baskets selling for at least twice the price. I'd stock up on these as, in my experience, you can always use more of them around the house.
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