You can never have enough hooks. Hooks for coats, leashes, hats, keys and oh, so much more. In the she shed hooks are an easy way to keep your small space tidy and they can be really attractive, too. Like these:
This brass bracket is in my shed and it is not only gorgeous, it makes a perfect apron or sweater holder
One day browsing through Big Lots I found a really inexpensive hook set, about $4. It was the kind with arms you could attach to the top of a door (like a wreath holder). Instant love! The plain dark metal wasn’t much to write home about, though:
This is an easy fix with a few coats of paint in your favorite colors. Follow the steps below or watch the video!
Step 1. Clean your hanger carefully and pick your favorite pair of paints. I chose colors from our own line of exterior chalk-based paints. The main color is Cherry Blossom and the secondary color is Farmhouse Linens.
Step 2. Using a small brush carefully apply two coats onto the metal pieces: main color for the back and end knobs, and the secondary color for the hooks and hanger pieces. Paint the front, then turn it over when dry and paint the back.
Step 3. Dry completely and hang it proudly.