Coat hooks can be found in our online store in classic, modern, rural and industrial styles. The classic coat hooks can be found in the classic colors of bronze antiques, brass polish and silver antiques. But also the classic hooks in the most modern colors are shiny nickel, brushed nickel and black. With classic coat hooks, you can find richly decorated hooks based on nineteenth century and earlier designs. In addition, there are also classic hooks such as 1920s, 1930s and Art Deco models that can still be used today in a modern interior.
There is also a wide range of national and industrial hangers in metal gray (pewter color), black and rust color. On the website you can find different double hooks with two hooks above each other (coat hook and hat) or with two hooks next to each other. Also, there are some hooks and triple hooks.
Hallway or aisle hooks
Coat hooks are indispensable in the hallway if there is no desire or space for a wardrobe tube with hangers. Coats, scarves and purses take up a lot of space when hung on the wall. Therefore, it is advisable to use enough hooks to hang the jackets in a well organized manner. Although the corridor or corridor is not a living space, the corridor / corridor connects different spaces and functions. Therefore, it is worth choosing the coat hooks in a style matching the rest of the interior.
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Coat hooks can also be used in many other indoor spaces, such as in the bedroom, kitchen or bathroom. Think of towel hooks in the kitchen and bathroom hooks for towels and bathrobes. But also in the bedroom closet or wardrobe to hang the clothes. With a built-in or built-in wardrobe, you can get plenty of space for hanging clothespins hanging inside the door.
Fixing the coat hooks
The hooks are supplied with matching screws (unless otherwise specified). These screws are particularly suitable for mounting on a wooden floor. If you want to tighten the hooks directly to the wall, we recommend using longer screws. No two situations are alike and therefore we cannot provide conclusive advice on how to best hang the coat hook. This is also partly due to the fact that not only the type of stone or concrete influences the mounting, but also the age and thickness of a possible finishing layer. But in principle, the following applies to the stone: the longer the screw, the better the clamping due to the lifting action. And the thicker the screw, the better the adhesion to the wall (with plug).