Finally a combination of two of our obsessions: artful wall hooks and the great state of California. Here are our 10 favorite wall hooks from California makers.
Above: The C-S Wall Hook by Remodelista favorite Counter-Space is made in Los Angeles and comes in three finishes: raw brass, blackened bronze, and black with a polished edge; $32 each. See Counter-Space: Furniture and Homewares for Mindful Living, California-Style. Above: LA-based industrial designer Juliana Hung of Juju Made offers a range of Ceramic Knobs that can be used as hooks; $38. Above: LA design firm Commune collaborated with Liz’s Antique Hardware on the Loop Collection, a line of hooks available in brass, nickel, or oil rubbed bronze; prices start at $29.50 for the Small Brass Hook. Above: The Teddy Hook by Bay Area-based artist Alice Tacheny is $34. Above: Assembled in the San Francisco headquarters of design workshop Fire Road, the Plane Single Hook is made of bent steel and sustainably-sourced wooden pegs; $27. (The design is also available in three- and five-hook rails.) Above: The low-profile Bent Metal Wall Hook by LA-based designer Eric Trine is available in five colors with matching screws; $18 each via West Elm. Above: The “simple and clean” wooden Carmen Wall Hook is slightly oversize for holding bags and coats; $19 from San Francisco design studio Most Modest.
Above: LA-based artisan Ramsey Conder offers a range of handmade Brass Hooks, starting at $28. Above: New from New Made LA, the California-based project of Amsterdam Modern: midcentury-inspired wall hooks. Wire Hook Square and Wire Hook Circle, shown in black, are $15 each. Above: Wire Hook Brass, shown in Triangle, is $25. Above: A pair of Birch Ball Hooks from Commune Design is $30. Above: The SR Wall Hook by LA-based studio Scout Regalia features two small hooks for holding essentials; $18 each for any of the six color options. (We love them in metallic finishes, too; see Hardware Update: SR Hooks in Metal from Scout Regalia.)
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