I love using letters and words in my house... it's such an easy way to infuse a space with some serious personality. And when I saw these gold metal letters at my local craft store, I knew immediately what I'd do with them. Click through to check out my crazy easy tutorial for a set of monogram letter hooks.
Classy, rustic, and modern (they're white!) all at once, these DIY branch wall hooks will have you dreaming of Scandinavian cabins in no time.
Who hasn't left a paintbrush to dry in a precarious position only to have the bristles take the shape of that precarious position? I know I have. More than once. It's not so bad if the brush is CLEAN, but if it has even a trace of medium left in it, it could very well be a goner. Now check this out, London designer Dominic Wilcox took paintbrushes--much like the one pictured
For instant gratification, you can purchase the above pictured wall hook from UncommonGoods for $125.
There never seems to be enough shelving or hooks in bathrooms. This lovely how-to from the idea room helps solve that little problem and in a very stylish, Pottery-Barn kinda way. We're told that it's 'so simple
These wall hangers put a clever spin on the term 'cup hooks'. DIYable? I'm thinking it might be worth a shot. If the cups were more cylindrical than conical, the interiors could even be used to stash stuff. To attach them to the
In Apartment Therapy's recent article 10 Upcycled Uses for Old Things, one idea stands out among all the rest: Using vintage faucet knobs as hooks. How clever!
Submitted for your approval: Imagine as you enter your home, disembodied hands reach out from the walls, gesturing to you. They offer to take your coat, keys, wallet. (Insert spooky theme song of The Twilight Zone here.)
Available through Unica Home, Harry Allen’s Hand Hooks are made from "detailed casts of the designer’s own hands." The truncated appendages will set you back 75 bucks each--or 15 bucks a digit.
The clever folks over at 3M have come up with metal Command Hooks as an alternative to those less than aesthetically pleasing plastic numbers.
Available in classic (aluminum, brass and copper) and modern (chrome and black) styles, the hooks are about three times more expensive than their ugly stepsisters, but they are three times as pretty.
Although I saw them at Michaels, I’m sure they are–or soon will be–available everywhere 3M products are...