Wall Mounted Hooks and Racks

As anyone living in a small space knows, sometimes you have to utilize your walls when you are out of floor space for additional storage. For those items you need to store but just can't put away, there are plenty of wall-mounted options available to fit any space and budget. From whimsical to classic, from rustic to modern, here are a few of our favorite hooks and racks to help inspire your January reorganization.Hang-It-All by Eames: This classic mid-century design is as attractive now as it was back in 1953, and the colorful knobs add a touch of whimsy to an otherwise spare design. Available from MoMA, this coat rack remains a popular choice for design enthusiasts. ($225)

SPRALLIG from IKEA: Playful yet functional, this lovely moose rack is a wonderful way to organize coats, hat, and scarves during the winter. Once the spring rolls around and winter gear goes away, this rack still looks great hanging on the wall. ($20)

Wire Shelf from Anthropologie: The old-school style an numbered hooks give this shelf its undeniable appeal, though the open mesh won't help hide things if that is a concern. This would be great in an entryway or maybe a bathroom shared by two. ($168)

Scrap Wood Coat Range by Brave Space Design: If you want to bring a little of the great outdoors into your home, then you might love this coat rack designed to call to mind the Grand Tetons. Each rack holds four items, but you can link as many as you want to create a full mountain range in your entryway. ($195)

Wall Bookshelf from CB2: Another red metal storage option, this high gloss bookcase holds books, magazines, DVDs up and out of the way when wall mounted (though it can also be used on the floor). ($229)

GRUNDTAL Shelf from IKEA: Though this shelf is being billed as part of a bathroom series, it works in any room of the house. This versatile shelf works as a potrack, a towel bar, a shoe rack- wherever you need some extra storage, this inexpensive yet attractive metal shelf is an option. ($20)

Samantha Entryway Shelf from Pottery Barn: Classic and comfortable, this storage piece offers hooks, cubbies and a shelf to hold a wide variety of worldly goods. Though designed for an entryway, this shelf would also be an interesting choice for a kitchen or dining room, holding cookbooks, aprons, even bakeware. ($229)

Distressed White Jewelry Organizer from Etsy seller Blue Bird Heaven: If you are looking to simultaneously store and display your jewelry, this reworked vintage printer drawer is a unique and innovative option. Wall mounted, it offers easy access to all your earrings and serves as a completely personalized piece of art. ($118)

1 Line Spice Rack from Desu Designs: Constructed from 1/4" stainless steel bars, this super-simple rack holds 15 of your most-used spices plus a bottle of your favorite olive oil, freeing up precious cabinet space in a small kitchen, ($199)

Mid-Century Wall Rack from Dakota WIne Racks: Though wine bars and drink cabinets are wonderful for those if us who love to entertain, if space is at a premium then this wall-mounted wine rack is a great solution. Even without the wine, this rack would make an attractive statement in any dining or living room. ($100)

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