No longer just a purely utilitarian solution, the humble wall hook has had a serious glow-up over the last few years. From brass to wood and rattan to hand-carved and hand-painted, these are our favourite picks.
norsuHOME solid brass wall hook/knob: Designed in-house, these 100 per cent solid brass hooks come in a gorgeous matte finish for a modern luxe feel. $45 each.
Lucie Kaas Sketch wall hooks: Made from solid oak, hand painted and sealed in hard wearing non-toxic varnish, these gorgeous hooks have an abundance of personality. We love! $42 each.
Pineapple Traders brass Shaka hook: The ideal complement to a coastal home, this super fun brass hook is inspired by the Hawaiian hand gesture of the Shaka. It’s available in sculpture and key ring form too. $42.95.
West Elm Mid-Century hook rack (white): A stylish option for the hallway, we love the antique brass detail on these mid-century inspired coat racks. From $119.
Zakkia terrazzo hooks: Available in black, snow, rose and seashell, these versatile hooks are perfect for the wall or you could even use them to up cycle a cupboard or chest of drawers. $56.
Scandiluxe Luxe scoop hook: Available in American oak and walnut timbers, this stylish brass trimmed hook is perfect for organising a bedroom, bathroom, laundry or entry. $35.95.
Ferm Living Animal hand-carved hooks: One for the kids, these whimsical, safari themed hand-painted hooks look fabulous with or without something hanging from them. $39 each.
Aura three hook wall hanger: Combining metal and rattan, this bohemian number would look fabulous in a seaside home or an inner-city apartment. We like its eclectic feel. $34.95.
Oliver Thom Kolor line hooks: Available in three sizes and a rainbow of colours, these delicate, minimal hooks look graphic and playful on the wall. They’re great for hanging towels or keys. From $40.
Muuto The Dots set of five: A modern classic, for good reason, these Scandinavian hooks can be arranged on the wall in any pattern. They’re available in an array of colours. $185.
Arthur K says
I like the animals. Wall hooks need to be spaced out the right way to account for what it is you are hanging. Coats as an example can be quite bulky so having them close together is not really practical.