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Must Have Hooks to Get Your Child’s Wardrobe Organized

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 29-05-2007

Help kids control clothing chaos—our picks for the best children’s room

For the modernist child: oak and chrome hook rack from Swedish manufacturer
Smedbo; $37.40 at myknobs.com:


The can’t-go-wrong Shaker-style peg rack. Available at pegandrail.com or landofnod.com:


High-gloss translucent acrylic hook (also available in green, clear, and
black); $4 fromscandinaviandetails.com:


Blu-dot steel rack, available in blue, orange, green and gun-metal, $55 from designpublic.com:


House Hooks, $40 Canadian dollars (about $35 US) at uptoyoutoronto.com:


Cath Kidston enamel hooks, $21 at cathkidston.com:


Blecka hooks, $4.99 for a four-pack at Ikea. View at ikea.comm:


Jethro Macey Flying Duck coat hooks. Set of 3, £55.00 at rocketstgeorge.co.uk:


Buckle hook rack, $48 at anthropologie.com:


Eames Hang-It-All, $149 at conranusa.com:


A less-expensive alternative; £8.00 at kitsch22.co.uk: