Starting at a corner, screw in a cup hook in the center of the 2x2. Evenly space the remaining hooks down the center of each part of the rectangle frame face. You will end up with four hooks running along each side of the frame.
Coat hooks are the perfect scale for keeping everyday baking and cooking utensils organized and within arm's reach in a kitchen. Here an antique brass hook is attached to the side of the kitchen island to keep mixing spoons easily accessible.
Black hooks above the stove hold everything needed to put together a meal. “A lot of farmhouse style kitchens do not have upper cabinets they just have lowers, so what you will find is floating shelves,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
The bathroom's teal-and-gold hexagonal-patterned wallpaper adds a lively vibe to the transitional space, while a white pedestal sink adds a traditional touch. Towel hooks featuring gold bull sculptures hang on the wall, providing an eclectic, funky edge.
Provide your full-size ironing board a designated spot where it doesn't get in the way. The trick: a pair of coat hooks. Screw them into a rectangle of wood, like Ashley at the blog Domestic Imperfection, and you have a handy upright hanger that matches the rest of the room's hardware.