When Scotti Sitz opened her new shop in LA, Garde, she devised a clever hanging system using wooden beads and twisted sisal rope. Here's how she did it.
We were so taken with the hangers, we asked Sitz about them; It turns out we're not alone. So many of her customers asked about the hangers that she's selling them for $10 each. If you're interested in making your own, see our instructions below (and to learn more about the shop, go to Garde in Los Angeles.
Above: Small Trading Company's Indigo bags hang from the hooks.
Above: Hand-thrown stone bells made by Michelle Quan hang on hemp rope .
Above: Thread the beads on a separate piece of rope with a knotted loop on either end for attaching the S hook. Unfinished Wood Beads; $5 for a pack of 100 on Etsy.
Above: Use two lengths of Koch Sisal Twisted Rope; $11.49 for 100 feet. Knot each end and attach the string loop to each end of the beads with butcher hooks.
Above: Butcher Hanging Hooks are available from Amazon for $3.47 per pack.