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Wall Mounted Handmade Wood Hook Coat Rack

$29.86 $39.86
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Brown Walnut Wood
Brown Walnut Wood
Natural Oak Wood
Natural Oak Wood
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  • Wall mounted coat rack hooks made from wood with modern yet rustic hooks feel, hardware incl
  • Perfect hooks for hanging coats,as entryway coat rack, hat hook, farmhouse hooks or wood towel rack
  • Other uses, as backpack hooks for wall, door hook, purse hook for wall, wall hooks for kids or keys
  • Strong and durable, heavy duty coat hooks, each hook can handle a weight of up to 5 pounds
  • Brown Beech Wood Hooks Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 1.5 inches; Natural Oak Wood Hooks Dimensions: 5.98 x 0.51 x 1.5 inches

Designer decor for your home

Beautiful and functional handcrafted coat hooks for any room or space in your house. Perfect for entryway, bathroom, living room, kitchen, mudroom, shed, garage or laundry room. Our hooks will help you stay organized with style. UMZi’s versatile hooks can also be attached behind a door in any room in your home, cabin or farmhouse.

Strong and durable

Each hook peg is made from the highest quality solid heavy duty beech wood with a natural wood color. Our pegs are 6 inches in length, 5 inches deep and 1.5 inches wide. Each box contains 2 pcs and can be used for a variety of items including, heavy coats, hats, scarves, handbags, jackets, headphones, backpacks, baseball caps, winter coats, kitchen towels and other clothing and kitchen accessories. Each hook can handle a weight of up to 5 pounds.

4 Easy Steps:

Note for Drywall: Follow steps 1 and 2 but do not drill holes or use anchors, screw hooks directly into drywall.

  1. Place hook in desired location
  2. Mark mounting hole location
  3. Drill pilot holes 5/16″ (7mm) wide and 1.5″ (30mm) deep
  4. Place plastic anchors into pilot holes and fasten hook using screws provided, no adhesive needed.Takes only a few minutes to mount.

Please note that you will need the following two tools, (i) a drill to make the pilot holes and (ii) a phillips screwdriver to screw in the screws.