Monday, January 9, 2012
Is this cute overload? I'm a sucker for stuff like this: Moose on the Loose, from All Lovely Stuff. You can also find it at The Collection and twentytwentyone. Update on Dec. 29, 2012: twentytwentyone no longer has this hook, but it has another one, with multiple animals, also from All Lovely Stuff.
A number of wonderful (and very cute) hooks come from Domestic; this is the set of two birds (and one heart) designed by Rolito. You can also find them in black or white from La Corbeille, or from Smallable.
Domestic also has lacquered metal hooks by Geneviève Gauckler called Potatoe (yes, with an "e" at the end) — sold individually or in sets of three — and the set called Hang on to Yourself. These can also be found at La Corbeille and Smallable.
Barnvänligt of Sweden sells sleepy owl hooks; the web site currently has them available for purchase in blue and black. [via My Owl Barn]
I'm a gecko fan, so I'm especially delighted with the gecko coat rack from Artori, available from Design My World and Animi Causa.
Among the many hooks from The HookLady you'll find this Victorian bat hook. [via The Cultivated Home]
These enamel cat hooks, on clearance sale at The Animal Rescue Site, come from Noah's Ark, "a company based in Moradabad, India that focuses on fair trade." (You can read more about Noah's Ark at Ten Thousand Villages.)
Let's end with something simple and sweet: the pewter bird hooks from Beehive Kitchenware.
Related Posts with Animal-Themed Hooks:
Hooks: Organize with the Animals
Hooks to Hold Your Hat - Or Coat, or Towel, or Whatever
Other Posts in the current Hook Series:
Back to Basics: Organizing with Simple Hooks
Using the Alphabet: Hooks with Letters