Updated 20 January 2022
Hanging things up is an easy way to freshen up a room and bring some order to it. Check out these stylish coat hooks.
Do you want to get rid of that pile of clothes that always end up on a chair in the bedroom? Or are you just looking for a nice hook to hang your new kitchen towel on? With the right design, one – or more – hooks can add a lot more to a room than just the purely practical.
A strip of knobs in the kid’s rooms makes it easy to organise costumes and with extra hanging options in the bathroom, it will be easy to live by the motto “everything in its place”. Here are seven stylish coat hooks to choose from.
Though ideal for the nursery, this hook still looks great even if you don’t have kids. The stylish and playful wooden design fits just as well in a home with only adults.
The cloud is made of lacquered iron with four hangers, and you can use it by itself or put several next to each other and create a small group of clouds in your home.
A smaller size in the Bill series from Maze with a total of six hooks. Install it on its own or in groups on the wall, or buy a couple of different variants and combine them. This type of hanger works just as well in the hall as in the bedroom or for aprons and towels in the kitchen.
Bill is available in several different colours, so you should definitely be able to find a favourite to suit your home.
Wooden details and natural materials have become very popular in the interior design world, and if you need extra storage you should take a look at these clothes hooks from By On Else. With 5 hooks, this model is 50 cm long, but is also available with 1, 3 or 7 hooks for those who want a shorter or longer variant.
Both the backplate and knobs are made of oak, and if you don’t want bare wood, there is also a black-painted variant.
A solid and simple hanger from Danish company House Doctor who have produced first-class Scandinavian design since the late 90s. Their iron coat hanger fits into most homes with its straight lines and discreet design, and there’s plenty of storage room too, on these seven deep hooks spread over 60 cm.
Use it to store your bags or as an extra hanger for your guests to hang their coats.
Check your walls. Don’t fix up a hanger on a wall that isn't secure. No one wants to have plaster come down with their coat. Adjust the hook and fixing device to suit your wall.
How much are you going to hang up? Are you really going to buy only three hooks when there are six of you in the house?
Think outside the box. It’s easy to think that hooks are mostly used in halls and bathrooms, but many of them these days are design works of art and may warrant a more prominent position.
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