I Love Mondays : Coat Hooks

| February 24, 2014 | 2 Comments

Storage for coats and all the other related paraphernalia is so important, no matter what the size of your home or family.  So I was on the hunt for some interesting coat hooks to show you today.

I spotted this one from Rocket St George - £22

Coat Rack or Hooks
This 507 coat rack has four metal hooks with the number 507 embossed on them all, and mounted on a wooden backboard.  I love the styling of this one, it looks like it has real age to it.  A very understated look for your home.  It measures length 48.5cm, height of wooden board 6.5cm, height of hooks 12.5cm.

Also from Rocket St George is this one for £35.

Coat Rack - Stylish storage

 

The Wooden Coat Rack with Numbered Hooks has a feminine vintage feel to it, it has little metal numbered labels.  Maybe give each of your family a number, so no squabbling over who’s hook is who’s.  As illustrated here, you can use coat hooks as a way to display things in a hallway or elsewhere too.

It measures: 83cm in length, 11cm wide and 16cm between hooks.

Or how about this whimiscal set of coat hooks:

coat hooks for children

From Heather Alstead Design they are inspired by the classic tale Goldilocks and the three bears- £34.  The set of four hooks includes Daddy Bear, Mummy Bear, Baby Bear and a golden G, ready for when Goldilocks or indeed any other guest stop by.

Choose from either matte off white bears, or matte black bears both come with a yellow ‘G’ which stands for guest or Goldilocks.

Daddy Bear 140mm x 185mm

Mummy Bear 100mm x 150mm

Baby Bear 85mm x 115mm

Goldilocks 110mm x 70mm

So thats my choice of three coat hooks for you, for today’s  I Love Mondays post. If you enjoyed this, or any of my other lifestyle posts, please consider voting for me in the homes and interiors section of the MAD blog awards.

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  1. Lee
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    I love the traditional coat hooks. I love the idea of using one to display pics too :)
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  2. I use a couple of coat hooks in the kitchen to hang my son’s drawings up – two hole punches and a little piece of string/wool and they hang quite nicely. But I am in the midst of a hot love affair with Normann Copenhagen dropit hooks at the mo – can’t get enough of them.
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