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High/Low: Instant Coat Hanger Hooks

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High/Low: Instant Coat Hanger Hooks

September 28, 2012

Two versions of a clever wall hanger based on the traditional wire hanger.

First spotted on interior designer Annaleena Karlsson's blog: Possibly the cheapest DIY hook out there? It can simply be made from a metal hanger. (I'm sure you have a few laying around from your latest dry cleaning pickup.)

See the DIY from Annaleena's HEM.

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Above: Annaleena uses the hanger in her hallway.

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Above: Annaleena uses her hook to hang jewelry.

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Above: A wired hanger and some nails is all it takes to make the hook.

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Above: Designed by Bastian Goecke, the Bless Wall Screw Hanger is $68 at La Garconne.

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