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Add warmth and organization to your hallway with this organizational system. Hang your coat, keys and umbrella here while storing your mail and other odds and ends beautifully as well.
Frame hangers are a fun way to hang special pictures from the wall. These are bound to get comments!
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.
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
Transform your favorite fashion numbers into a chic display with this rolling garment rack. Perfect for shoes and accessories, three slatted mango wood shelves give you plenty of storage space while providing chic contrast to its steel frame. Oversized wheels top off the look for an especially...
Almira Rolling Garment Rack
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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
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.
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...
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...
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.
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.
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...
This small white-painted wood birdhouse hook is a sweet addition to a kid's room. I could do a whole ideabook on birdhouses!
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.
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.
Flag Key Rack
I'm in love with natural woods and leathers. The catchall on the left is so simple but beautifully designed. I would love something like this in my space.
RW1 Coat Rack
I love how delicate this wood hanging rack is — it's a far cry from the clunky, bulky pieces you so often see. This would be beautiful hanging over a desk or bed with some special items hanging from it.
These pieces of real wood have been stained, bleached and contoured into durable hooks. They're just perfect for your home.
Driftwood Wall Hook, Red
Exaggerated iron nails would make sweet coat hooks in the entryway or a spot for wet towels in the bathroom.
I love this Doggie Row of Hooks from Pottery Barn. I only wish it came in the silhouette of a Boston terrier.
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
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 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
For the chess lover in your life, these charming hooks inspired by the game's pieces would be a welcome addition to the home.
This very simple hanging system really looks more like an installation at a contemporary museum of art to me. Designed by Will Ullman
Coats tend to accumulate in my entryway. I would love one of these classic racks for hanging winter coats and hats.
Create a colorful place for guests to hang swimsuits and towels. I am in love with these colorful driftwood hooks.
What modernist can't resist a piece of Eames? This set of hooks also comes in an array of bright colors, but I love this more masculine version. It will only be in production for a few months, so grab it while you can!
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.
How awesome is this? It's an interactive coat rack with eight pegs and numerous holes that let you decide where you want to hang your coat.
These minimalist wooden hooks are simple yet rustic. Be creative and make a sculptural piece on the wall using as many as you like.
You create the look you want with these Filigree Monogram Hooks. Spell out "COATS, TOOLS, FAMILY or LOVE" or choose individual initials to spell out your own word or family monograms. These would look great just inside a front door or hung in a mudroom for extra storage.
Sturdy enough to hang the bulkiest down-filled coat on, the design of this elegantly simple Twiggy hook comes from the twig perches that StudioLiscious makes for their line of birdhouses and feeders. I love the texture of the birch plywood base — so pretty.
The Hang-it-All rack was originally created with children in mind. Although it would be perfect in any kid's room, I picture it in a stylish entryway, laundry or mud room.
These cute wood hooks are seriously feeding my love of all things rustically chic. I'd love a few sprinkling the wall of my entryway for holding bags and coats.
These wall hooks put the "pop" in "color pop." I'm thinking I might need, oh, about 20, give or take.
Wooden Wall Hooks
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.
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