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 Lee tiny home doesn't skimp on storage. These sliding doors hide plenty and the center drawers and cabinets adds a nice decorative detail. Metal hooks keep the sliding doors from slamming when this tiny house goes mobile.
Using vertical wood paneling behind the garden work station anchors the area and adds rustic outdoor charm to the space. Simple metal hooks on the wall create an easy catch-all spot for work gloves, a work apron, and hats.
An important safety tip to fend off holiday accidents is to give your home a thorough sweep to protect children and animals from harm, once the tree and decorations are down. Broken glass, metal hooks, electrical cords and pine needles can all be hazardous if left unattended.
Wall space above a bookshelf doesn't always have to have art. In this living room, designer Janna Allbritton used a wood coat rack with metal hooks, which is cheaper than a painting. Then you can display anything you want, whether it's a simple number for a graphic element or colorful hats or scarves.
A Western Stoneware crock, distressed metal mounted hooks, and framed plants decorate this country breakfast nook. White shiplap walls and storage bench seating create the calm and bright framework of the design. A tasseled throw pillow add cushion and a touch of color to the space.
This multifunctional, colorful boy's room closet features garage-style metal cabinets for storing toys, sports equipment and clothing. A dry erase board on the closet door does double duty with convenient hooks for hanging hats and jackets.
The nook also includes two rustic galvanized metal wall shelves with hooks that offer an attractive way to display a potted plant, framed modern art and practical household items with carved wood and Scandinavian style.
HGTV editor Gabriela Hardan has the cutest how-to for DIY conversation heart keychains. You'll need clay, a cutting board, cookie cutter, eye hook, lobster clasp, metal ring, paint, paint brush and a tassel or pom-pom for embellishment.