Tree Hooked Coat Hooks: Neat and simple coat hook that doesn't require much space, made out of special soft-coated steel.
Hook Box: Made of ceramic, can be used in bathroom to hook a towel and store soap, and shampoo.
Arrow Coat Hook: A clear and simple design by Nick Leigh.
Cubby Coat Hook: The outer surface offers a wider, more collar-friendly support for coats. While the center space can be used for storing keys, wallets, gloves, sunglasses, or other small items.
TC Studio's Hook: Designed by TC Studio, its quite easy to install and looks interesting too.
Hangwall Hooks: A product that spells its name; the set includes four oversized stainless steel individual letters - H, A, N, and G.
Mushroom Wall Hook: Made from reclaimed rosewood, inspired by mushrooms growing from a forest floor.
Hook Anemone: Inspired by the underwater life, designer Anders Ljung created this organic shaped multi hanger for clothes and jewelry.
Easy Closet: An interesting concept, a closet door with hooks that fold out when open. There are enough hooks on the door to put everything from bags to coats.
Gear Stick Hooks: Made of steel, it measures 83cm x 20cm, features five different gear sticks that serve as hooks.
Flip Hook: Flip down as many hooks as you need, and the hooks fold flat against the rack when not in use.
Ninja Star Coat Hook: Each of these metal Ninja Coat Hooks has one corner cleverly engineered such a way that it allows you to fix it securely to your wall or door.
Wooden Clothes Hooks: This one comes from Twentytwentyone.
XOX Hooks: These are powder coated metal clothes hooks.
Orchid Hooks: In this set of clothes-hooks, the petals bent so that articles can be put on them.
IVY: It lets you design a sculptural shape that suits your needs. Every kit comes with 16 Y shapes, connectors and anchors.
Stuck On You Wall Hooks: Crafted from real kitchen equipment, the London-based design team, Thelermont Hupton, shows their sense of humor with these hooks.
Hand Hook: This wall hook is based on highly detailed casts of designer H Allen's hand. Hooks hold things, as do hands.
Coat Hook: This comes from BureaudeBank, is shaped like a Dutch bread clip.
Hook from Van Esch: This one comes from Netherlands.
Dart Coat Hooks: Looks cool on any wall!
Wall Hooks by Black+Blum: An interesting idea; can be used for jackets, robes, or coats.
Twig Hooks: Creation of Live Wire Farm, these are totally natural wall hooks. Species like maple, beech, and birch are available.
Stone Wall Hooks: These stones are functional as well as beautiful!
Iron Letter Hooks: Hooks that spelled out "LAUGH".
Bach Stainless Steel Coat Hooks: It looks simple and neat, perfect fit for anywhere.
Coat Hooks by Max Lipsey: "Coathooks" as it is called is a series of 10 aluminum multi-sized branches, which may be placed as per your requirement.
Flip Flop Wall Hooks: Each hook is shaped like a flip-flop, you can put your towels or even your jackets on them.
Cactus Design's Hooks: These come in three strange colors and are priced at $17 each.
Joystick Wall Hooks: It uses real joystick balls and buttons.
Man Wall Hook: Made from high quality cast resin, the outstretched hands can coolly take coats, hats and towels.
Baby Limbs Wall Hook: Who would want this one?
Concrete Bulb Hook: This one comes from Moderndose.
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