Are you a Hooker?

A pretty and practical way to store robes and more!

 

I’m a hooker, she’s a hooker, don’t you wanna be a hooker too? Captain Hook watchout…A friend of mine has me hooked on hooks…big hooks, little hooks, square hooks, rounded hooks – if it’s a hook, chances are I want it. Check out these great uses of hooks at home. They are such a simple and inexpensive detail, but provide a simple solution to store everything from wash cloths for guest to utensils for cooking. Enough talk…check it out!    

The long bar on this island is actually a door pull with S hooks. To the right is a triangle towel holder attached with adhesive in which an S hook is added to hold the tabbed towel.

 

Here's a hook (Container Store) with a clip on a shelf above a stove to hold a recipe.

 

Not only do these storage cups from IKEA hang from a hook with utensils over a stove, but additional items are hung from the rim of the cups.

 

A simple cup hook on the side of a wood cabinet stores the keys used to open the double deadbolt out of sight and out of reach of the door glass panes.

 

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A caddy with hooks for silverware sits beautifully on a countertop for quick access.

 

Oversized plastic S hooks (that fit over the shower rod) from the Container Store are a great way to hang wet towels after showering or to provide clean towels for guests.

 

A double drapery rod in a bathroom(Restoration Hardware) can hang draperies and the secondary rod can be used to hang towels, robes, and more and still have the secondary drapery. I think this an amazing way to add storage for small spaces. The rod was hung wider than the window to accomodate the towels and robes.

 

I love these tabbed wash cloths from IKEA. Suspended from a hook over a wired basket shelf - the colored tabs proved a smart way for kids and guests to identify which one is theirs.

 

This French metal basket is hung in a corner above a bar counter looking into a kitchen. Not only does it look fabulous, but it stores wine corks from previously enjoyed wine for future uses .

 

 Are you hooked? xoxox Amy    

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