Thursday, June 12, 2008

Hooks to Hold Your Hat - Or Coat, or Towel, or Whatever

wall hook shaped like Caribbean house, with palm trees

Hooks are such great organizing products - so I'm delighted to have found another batch worth sharing. The one above is a hand-painted metal Caribbean house; other designs and colors are available.

hook - 2 cats in a window

This hook comes from Live Laugh Love in the U.K. Update on Sept. 14, 2010: This product is no longer available, although Live Laugh Love does have other wall hooks.

wooden Dachshund hook

Having shown you some cats, I ought to give equal time to a dog. Update on Feb. 7, 2010: I'm no longer finding this hook.

elegant wrought iron hook

It was hard to pick just one wrought iron hook from Iron Arboretum to show you.

pewter hook shaped like moose

Tin Woodsman Pewter Company also has a number of hooks, both lightweight and heavy. Update on May 9, 2010: Tin Woodsman Pewter Company is now Crosby & Taylor - and the company still has wonderful hooks.

3 orange flying duck hooks, two holding towels

Jethro Macey's flying duck hooks come in a variety of colors. Update on April 11, 2012: I'm no longer finding a place to buy these.

2 metal hooks - a bear fetish and a vulture

Although I've mentioned Metalmorphosis before, it's worth another mention. Update on Sept. 14, 2010: Metalmorphosis is now Metallum Creations - and still selling hooks.

wood coat rack with 4 stones serving as hooks

The stones that serve as hooks on this coat rack comes from New England beaches. (For a similar item, see Uncommon Goods.)

Related Posts:
Globo Wall Coat Hanger from Magis
A-Z Hooks from Sundance
Dart Coat Hooks
Four Fanciful Hooks
Four More Fanciful Hooks
Not Your Ordinary Children's Hooks
The Hook Box Hits the U.S.


The Tin Woodsman said...

Hi Jeri-

We appreciate being mentioned in your post! We believe in all our products being functional as well as artistic. As William Morris said "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful."

I will send my sister a link to your blog. I believe she would appreciate some of your organization tips. Thanks for doing this!

-Jen Rooseboom
Tin Woodsman Pewter

Jeri Dansky said...

Hi Jen,

Thanks for making such great hooks! I was delighted to stumble upon them. And I hope your sister finds something useful here.

Take care,