Wall hooks probably don’t sound like something very cool, but we have 20 serious arguments to prove otherwise!

We have manually handpicked a collection of 20 most creative coat hook examples which will show you that even the most common everyday object like a wall hook can become an exciting home or office accessory. Some are violent, some are naughty, one of them even requires a lot of physical strength to hang your clothes, but all of them are uniquely designed.

Moreover, it’s a perfect way to make a good first impression to your guests (or if you are evil, make everyone jealous), because wall hooks are often the first home decor detail a guest sees.

So, without further ado, here are the 20 cool and creative designs of coat hooks. Scroll down this decorative wall hooks list and pick one that perfectly matches your interior design!

1. Paint Brush Wall Hook

This coat hook design is the result of a challenge to take an everyday object & remold, rebuild, & repurpose it to create an entirely new item while using as little additional material as possible. (Designer: Dominic Wilcox)

2. Fly


Little butterflies flying out of a magic hat. (Designed by Lamidea)

3. Dart Coat Hook

Make a playful statement in your wall! Set of three Stainless steel darts with a special wall fixing. A unique hook for hanging your favorite hat or jacket. (Designer: Anthony Chrisp)

4. 8-Bit Hanger

Mount to your wall, and then use to hang your non 8 bit stuff. (link)

5. Raindrops


Wooden raindrop wall hooks. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

6. Hang On

Hang On is an unpretentious and humorous coat rack that is accessible and easy to decode with its oblique expression. (Designer: Jade Barnes-Richardson)

7. Ninja Star Coat Hook

If you ever survive a ninja attack, make use of it . (link)

8. “DROP” The Flowing Wall Coat Rack

DROP – a series of functional ornaments for walls and any other flat surfaces. It offers you an innovative and ideal possibility, to give naked walls a new look – with colourful and user-friendly hooks that seem to flow. (link)

9. Knife Hooks


Show your character by making your home look like a war zone. (Designer: tc studio)

10. High Tea Wall Hooks

An interesting way to use your old teapots. (Designer: coroflot)

11. Mr.P One Man Hang

Mr.P once again proves that his hook is strong enough to withstand anything. (link)

12. En Suspend

Clocks deliver three useful items in one a mirror (stainless steel), wall clock, and hook. (Designer: diamantini & domeniconi)

13. HANG

Probably inspired by Captain Obvious. (Designer: yoox)

14. Regnah Hanger


Hanger for anyone with a crazy desire to hit a door or a wall with an axe. (link)

15. Mountain Coat Range

Inspired by excess material from our cut sheets, the contrast of Walnut to the exposed interior of Certified Maple becomes the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Grand Tetons. A functional landscape for your home that leaves little impact on the actual frontier. The mountain range’s peaks enable you to hang four or more items. (Designer: BraveSpaceDesign)

16. Office Clip Hook

Someone finally did it—improved an everyday paperclip. It’s 10 times bigger, stronger and more contemporary, too. A great catchall for your modern office, it’s made of heat-treated steel to hold coats, bags or files. (link)

17. Forget Me Not


“Forget-me-not” is a set of clothes-hooks, the petals bent so that articles can be hung from them. This is a product in the sphere of emotion, refinement, poetic beauty and harmony. As such, it can also be simply decorative and give rise to floral combinations. (Designer: Charlotte Lancelot)

18. “Here Hook”

Here’s the “Here Hook!” It’s an arrow, basically just pointing to the general area of itself. It’s a coat hook. It knows exactly where you’d be precisely in the area of cool if you want to hang up your jacket. Or hat! (Designer:Richard Shed)

19. Bird Hook

A ceramic hook in shape off a bird where you can expose your favorite accessories. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

20. Active Hanger

Mountain climbing posts you install on your walls, serve as both hooks for clothing, and a rock-climbing-esque wall in your house. (Designer: Ferran Lajara)