Driftwood Hooks Gathered from the NY Coastline by

Issue 51 · Winter Cabins · December 18, 2012

Driftwood Hooks Gathered from the NY Coastline

Issue 51 · Winter Cabins · December 18, 2012

No two driftwood hooks are alike: designer Kiel Mead's collection for NY-based manufacturer Areaware is built around wood scraps he collects at the shore:

Above: The artist Kiel Mead collecting driftwood along a New York coastline.

Above: Mead collects smooth, bleached driftwood pieces and transforms them into Driftwood Wall Hooks. Stained in a variety of 10 different finishes, our favorites are natural and black. The hooks are available for $25 apiece from Areaware.

Above: The Areaware Black Driftwood Wall Hooks evoke images of campfires and charred wood; $25 each.

Above: The Areaware Natural Driftwood Hook is $25 at Horne.

Above: The individuality of the hooks makes an artful composition when grouped together. Each measures between 7 and 12 inches in length.

N.B.: For another rustic hook option, see our earlier post World's Best Rustic Wall Hook.



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