Back in 2010, we made our first appearance on the Martha Stewart Show. The topic? Hardware of course, including robe hooks—an essential part of any organized bathroom.
Years later, wall hooks are plenty, but there are so many options to choose from that it’s harder than ever to sort quality out of the large quantity. Our favorite modern robe hooks are good for hanging robes, but also for things like towels, washcloths, soap-on-a-rope, drying hand-washing and so forth. Here’s our selection (including Martha’s all-time favorite).
Above: Martha Stewart’s favorite robe hook designed in 1904 by Josef Hoffmann of hand-forged nickel-plated or mirror-polished brass, the Josef Hoffmann Coat Hook is exclusive to the Neue Galerie for $425. Above: The Loll Designs Orr Wall Hook, like other Loll furniture, is made not of metal but of high-density plastic recycled from post-consumer milk jugs and other products. It comes in white, light grey, and grey and works well for wet spaces like the bath; $20 each at Room & Board. Above: The Massproductions A01 Wall Hook in white, off white, or grey vitreous porcelain is $51 at A+R Store. Above: The D-Line Knud Coat Hook 14 in satin or polished stainless steel, is $54 at Casson Hardware. Above: The Menu Norm Knobs in matte white or black is $63 at Casson Hardware. Above: The Breyman Wall Hook in Satin Nickel is $99 at Schoolhouse. Above: The Room & Board Compass Wall Hook comes in 14 different powder coated colors; $40 each. Above: Another style from Room & Board is the Crew Single Wall Hook in 15 different colors for $20 each. Above: The simple J Hook, shown in True Black, is $48 at Schoolhouse. Above: Designed by Sergison Bates for Izé, the Basics Hook SBH01 comes in satin or polished stainless steel. Contact Izé for price and ordering information. Above: The Moen Wall Hook, shown in Matte Black, is $25.54 at Build.com. Above: The Schoolhouse Maxwell Robe Hook is $40 each. Schoolhouse offers other finishes in addition to the Polished Nickel shown here. Above: The Cocoon Mono 63 Hook comes in small (shown) and large in gunmetal black, stainless steel, and raw copper. Prices start at $135 each at Casson Hardware. Above: The D-Line Knud Coat Hook with Pin, in satin or polished nickel, is $68 at Casson Hardware.See the hook in action in Design Sleuth: D-Line Hardware from Denmark. Above: My own robe hook of choice is the Scout Regalia SR Wall Hook in white. It’s also available in seven other different powder coated colors; $18 each. Above: The Rejuvenation West Slope Single Hook is available in five different finishes for $30. Above: The Baccman Berglund Dot Hook in eight different finishes starts at $39 each from Casson Hardware. Above: The Vipp Hook 2 Pieces, from Vipp in Denmark, is 699 DKK ($105 USD) at Vipp.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on January 27, 2010.
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