17 BEAUTIFUL SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN WALL HOOKS FOR YOUR HOME

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If you are on the hunt for beautiful Scandinavian wall hooks, look no further. Below you can find my selection of 17 timeless designs, perfect for adding a Nordic touch to your home:

1 // A multi-functional hook with leather strap and milled groove, the More hook by Nordic Function is a great accessory for hanging clothes on. If you have two hooks and a round stick you can use it as a coat rack or in the kitchen for pots or towels – or even as a kitchen roll holder.

2 // Since the Skuggis hooks were released by Swedish IKEA, they have in my eyes become a new classic. These minimal bamboo hooks come in 3 different shapes and have no visible screws, as the fixings are concealed.

3 // These Enter hooks are a part of a collaboration between the New York-based Søren Rose Studio and danish ferm LIVING. With a simple and clean design, they are easy to match together with other functional and trendy pieces.

4 // Super cute and colourful round Hook Ping by Oyoy, perfect for organizing clothes or hanging toys in a kids room. The letters OY in their name actually indicates that they are a Danish company, as it has been the signature on every Danish airplane since 1929.

5 // You can’t talk about Scandinavian wall hooks without mentioning the Dots. These versatile wooden hooks in a functional, vibrant design are designed by Norwegian Lars Tornøe for Swedish company Muuto, and is a staple piece in many Scandinavian homes.

6 // Iso are small geometric hooks that give the illusion of a cube rising from the wall. Designed by the Dutch designer Lex Pott for Danish HAY.

7 // These Double Loop hooks by Danish By Wirths can be used in lots of interesting ways, formed by an oak hook mounted with two straps of leather.

8 // How beautiful is this Ovali hook in rose by AYTM, a new danish brand. Perfect for the bedroom or hallway to display your favorite pieces.

9 // The Dropit hook was designed by Asshoff & Brogård design studio, a young Swedish design team, for Normann Copenhagen. A beautiful wooden, drop-shaped hook with a strong visual expression. Hang a single drop on the wall or create a creative pattern using several of them.

10 // The Tail Wing hooks by Danish Would are designed with inspiration from the shape of airplanes. With the lights on from above, the hooks will cast a shadow resembling the frontend of an airplane. Perfect to hold just about anything you need from jackets and umbrellas to key chains and purses.

11 // Beautiful matt porcelain handles & hooks by Anne Black, a Copenhagen based ceramicist.

12 // Rain hooks by the Norwegian designer Siv Lier for Danish Skagerak has a raindrop-like look in untreated oak, which come in three sizes. With a playful and simple expression, the hooks symbolize the Nordic weather in a design filled with warm and levity.

13 // With a name like Nipple hooks, there is no need for further explanation on what these are based around… The hooks are designed by Hans Sandgren Jacobsen for Danish Applicata, and their form contributes to the furnishing of the home.

14 // The Wood hook by Nomess Copenhagen are practical little hooks delivered in a set of two. Perfect in any room of the house, from the hallway to the kitchen or bathroom.

15 // Treat your home with these quirky hooks from the Tria series designed by German Silke Decker for Danish Kähler. The hook can bring new life to any room in the home, mix and match to achieve a personal look.

16 // Peg by Jonah Takagi from Tokio for Swedish Hem (meaning home) is the coat hook reduced to its simplest form. Made from varnished, turned ash, oak or American walnut, it fastens to the wall through a clever aluminum mechanism hidden within.

17 // These Ausflug handmade bird wall hooks was designed by Austria based Thomas Poganitsch for Spring Copenhagen. They hold your coats, heavy jackets and bags with ease. Since the birds are easy to attach, you can arrange your very own ‘flock’ in your room or outdoors, any way you imagine.

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    • Hi Kit. That is so great to hear! Thank you, so glad you like the post. I am doing the same, once I have a bigger home I am for sure adding some of these beauties :-)

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