SPOTTED: Wall hooks.

When designing a room, attention to detail makes all the difference. It shows an overall level of commitment and care for the aesthetics of your home.

I love it when it extends to every day items that we use purely for functional reasons. Like wall hooks. Designed for its practical use to hang personal items at the front door, in the bathroom and wardrobe or a way to store a collection of items like bags and scarves. 

But not anymore. A wall hook could mean sooooooo much more.  

Where to buy these favourites (clockwise from top left):

1 / Eames Hang-It-All coat hanger from Herman Miller

2 / Wood Turned Hooks (set of 5) from Zuster

3 / Jall & Tofta Hatschi wall hooks (set of 2) from Designstuff.

4 / Mini ribbon coat rack (various colours) from Form.Function.Style

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Such a beautiful space and those natural oak wall hooks on the back wall elegantly create sculpture and movement in the space. (You can purchase these hooks individually or as a set of five from Living Edge). 

A wall hook could be a little detail to help connect the overall style and aesthetic of a room. It could represent a form of art on the walls through colour, texture and pattern. Or more on point offer a sleek but simple storage solution for small spaces and narrow hallways. Whether or not it serves a purpose, they will no doubt act as a great accessory for your home. 

Have you noticed this trend?

SbyD x