DIY: Rigging Hooks as Towel Hooks by

Issue 32 · Canadian Wild · August 10, 2011

DIY: Rigging Hooks as Towel Hooks

Issue 32 · Canadian Wild · August 10, 2011

Spotted in the portfolio of Minnesota-based Alchemy Architects: a great idea for undershelf storage that gives a nautical vibe to a space. In this bathroom project, Alchemy used load-bearing hooks, known as clevis hooks, threaded onto heavy-duty screw eyes for instant towel hooks. Below is a selection of hooks to recreate the look.

Photo via Alchemy Architects.

Red Clevis Slip Hook at Remodelista Columbus Mckinnon Zinc-Plated Clevis Hook at Remodelista Gold-Toned Clevis Hook at Remodelista

Koch Forged Shoulder Eye Screw at Remodelista Blue Clevis Slip Hook at Remodelista Large Clevis Slip Hook at Remodelista

Above (clockwise from top L): Red Clevis Slip Hook from Shoplet; $8.83. Columbus Mckinnon Zinc-Plated Clevis Hook; $8.58 at Amazon. Gold-Toned Clevis Hook; $12.20 at Grainger. Koch Forged Shoulder Eye Screw; $6.14 at Amazon. Blue Clevis Slip Hook; $3.94 at Amazon. Large Clevis Slip Hook; $7.55 at Amazon.



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