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The Ultimate Bathrobe Hook, Modern Dad Edition

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The Ultimate Bathrobe Hook, Modern Dad Edition

Julie Carlson June 13, 2014

Viennese designer Carl Aubock is known for his sculptural interpretations of mundane, everyday household objects; we think his humble hooks are among his most covetable pieces. Designed in the 1950s, the hook is made of polished brass and comes in two sizes.

Above: The Large Carl Aubock Hook in polished brass is $295 from The Line (the smaller hook is out of stock at the moment).

Above: The Large Carl Aubock Hook measures 5.7 inches tall, 1.2 inches wide, and 3.15 inches deep.

Above: The hook comes with brass mounting screws.

Above: Large Carl Aubock Hook in Brass Patina is $225 and measures 5.7 inches tall, 1.2 inches wide, and 3.15 inches deep.

Above: The Large Carl Aubock Hook in Brass Patina comes with brass mounting screws.

 Here at Remodelista we love Hardware. Have a look at 10 Easy PIeces: Inventive Wood Wall Hooks and 7 Space-Saving Hallway Storage Solutions. And read Christine’s Remodelist 101: How Shaker Peg Hooks Save My Summer Sanity. Over on Gardenista, have a look at Kiel Mead’s Driftwood Hooks.

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