If spring showers bring May flowers, I’ll gladly skip ahead to May. But whether April brings rain or shine, it will be month to get out into the garden. At the end of the day, you’ll need a place to hang your gear. We’ve rounded up 10 sturdy solutions—Shaker-style wooden peg rails to use in a mudroom, garage, or entryway:
Above: For a tight space, a two-hook Peg Rail is $89 NZ from Father Rabbit. (For information about the four-hook Peg Rail, see Father Rabbit.) Above: An Oak Peg Rail available in two lengths (with three or six hooks) is £30 to £45 from Cox & Cox depending on size. Above: From Ikea, a birch Kubbis Rack with seven hooks is $12.99. Above: Made of maple, a Shaker Peg Rack with four or six hooks costs from $9.99 to $14.99 depending on length from Container Store. Above: A maple and birch Peg Rack by InterDesign is $10.49 at Life & Home. Above: Made locally in Toronto, a Shaker Peg Rail with five pegs and brass hardware is $200 CAD from Mjolk. A solid oak Peg Rail made in Portugal has seven pegs and is £150 from Another Country. Above: A Hambledon 6 Peg Rail is made of raw oak; £32 from Garden Trading. Above: A 36-inch Wood Hat/Coat Rack is handcrafted in Canada from white pine lumber. For more information and pricing, see Home Hardware. Above: A White Peg Rack With Shelf is available in seven lengths (with from three pegs to ten pegs), at prices from $69 to $199 depending on size from Peg & Rail. Photograph by Christine Chang Hanway.
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N.B.: This is an update of a post published April 9, 2013.