Let’s face it, kids aren’t all that great at hanging things up on hangers, but they CAN handle a basic wall hook. Install a few at their level to help them wrangle dress up clothes, art smocks or jackets.
This chic bathroom features floor-to-ceiling gray stone tiles that perfectly showcase the white designer freestanding bathtub. A built-in wall shelf allows room for storing bathroom essentials, while convenient wall hooks provide space for hanging towels and other items.
This house has an eclectic look, so designers wanted the nursery to be in keeping with that style while also feeling calm and soothing for its young owner. Here, pendant lights are strung on rope and wrapped around wall hooks at slightly different heights.
In the mudroom, a rainbow of baskets makes a colorful and handy spot to stash everyday clutter: keys, phones, wallets. Underneath are wall hooks, benches and shoe cubbies, all of which allow bright sneakers and jackets to become a cheery part of the decor.
Untreated wood gives this room a beautiful, natural light coloring. Wood shelves holding a small display of candles and mason jars are connected to wall hooks with dark chains, adding a decorative touch to the design. Lantern-like sconces complete the simple but attractive look.
Childproofing hardware is notoriously strong. Once you’re no longer using them on cabinets and drawers, upcycle them as durable wall hooks. The heavy-duty plastic holds a lot of weight, and because they stick out several inches from the wall, you can fit a whole stack of gift bags on each one.
The home's entry doubles as a floor-to-ceiling art gallery packed with one-of-kind creations appealing to adults and kids. To keep purses and backpacks in one spot, wall hooks were installed among the featured art. A foyer table in matching blue provides an excellent surface for displaying family photos, intimate lighting, and accessories.
Many new-construction homes are built with paneled, hollow-core interior doors. These are often considered eyesores, but their presence can be minimized by painting them the same color as the walls and/or covering them with wall hooks to hold towels or robes. Another clever idea is to completely cover the door with art. In order to this this, you'll need anchors to reinforce the hollow veneer of the door and help support each featured piece.
This minimalistic mudroom features ample storage room with built-in shelves located above and below the convenient bench seat. Brown bins provide concealed storage space, while wall mounted hooks offer a spot for hanging coats and other outdoor items. A blue area rug provides a colorful accent.