Monday, September 14, 2009
Continuing my quest for the world's most interesting hooks - hooks being such a good organizing tool - I've found that Anthropologie has added some lovely option in its hardware section. It was hard to pick a favorite between the squirrel and the owl. [via Oh Joy]
There are only two of this cat hook left at The Fair Trade Faerie.
And over at Cocoboheme, I'm equally taken with the lobster and the bull. Update on January 9, 2012: I'm no longer finding these products on the Cocoboheme web site.
Somehow when I wrote about dog-related hooks before, I missed this dachshund from Haseform; the company also has an octopus, an elephant and more. [via Ohdeedoh] Update on January 9, 2012: You can find many of the Haseform products at Connox, but I'm not finding the dachshund.
This fish and crocodile are just two of the marvelous hooks made by Sandra Tagliabue.
Over at fredflare you can get these sparrows. [via Mrs_PJs, on Twitter] Update on January 9, 2012: I'm not longer finding these sparrows on Fred Flare, but they come from Decor Craft Inc. and you can find them other places, such as here.
And this blue crab hook is made from recycled steel drum.
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