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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Are you tired of using the same old conventional style of hooks over and over again? Well here are some interesting options to transform your room and replace your boring and regular hooks.