If April showers bring May flowers, I’ll gladly skip right ahead to May. But whether this month brings rain or shine, April’s the time to be out in the garden, clearing debris and making room for new growth. Afterward, you’ll need a place to hang your gear. Here are ten options for sturdy hooks to serve you in any weather.
Above: This set of Vintage Rustic Hooks has a patina and is $82 NZD from Father Rabbit.
Above: The Mission Iron Hall Tree Hook is a mudroom classic; $9 from Rejuvenation.
Above: A Classic Zinc Wall Hook is £18.50 from Cox & Cox.
Above: Recycled Railroad Spike Hooks are sold in sets of two or three by Cream Street Shop and are $18 for a pair.
Above: A Large Hook was specially designed to hold lanterns or hanging pots. I think it’d be equally useful as a place to stash my growing number of canvas market totes. It’s $15 from VinTin via Etsy.
Above: A simple Dakota Round Hook is $26.50 from Restoration Hardware.
Above: An adjustable Zinc Zig-Zag Hook is $38 from Terrain.
Above: A six-hook Doug Fir Wall Mount Coat Rack is $75 from Schoolhouse Electric.
Above: Another coatroom classic, this Double Iron Hook is $8 from Rejuvenation.
Above: This Wire And Wood Rack is currently on sale from Pottery Barn for $89.
For more hooks, see Driftwood Hooks Gathered from the NY Coastline.