We all love Command Hooks and they are great for organizing! Here are 10 unique uses for command hooks you may have never thought to do around your home.
Decorating with Command Hooks
It All Started with Paint used them to hang these cute mason jars from her window. This especially comes in handy if you rent a home and can’t put in nail holes on your walls or trim.
The Inspired Room uses them to temporarily hang lights and decor on her mantel. You can use them on walls, doors and windows then take them down when the holiday is over.
Pretty Dubs shows you how to hang seasonal wreaths on any door without using a nail. This great idea for using an upside down command hook and a ribbon is easy to do.
Command Hooks in the Kitchen
A Thousand Words uses a command hook to hang a scoop on her oatmeal container which is genius!
A Bowl Full of Lemons uses command hooks to organize brushes and gloves under the kitchen sink. You can also use them on the sides of cabinets for towels and pot holders.
Command Hook Uses for the Craft Room
Make this easy washi tape holder from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom with small dowels, command hooks, and a picture frame. It’s so easy and looks great to boot!
Delightful Mom organizes her kids craft tools without wasting table space by hanging buckets on the side for all their markers, notebooks, and pencils!
Other Great Uses for Command Hooks
Orange Junkie used a command hook in her car to hang a trash bag on the side. You could put one in the front and one in the back!
In My Own Style used bronze command hooks in her guest bath to hang towels from her molding. Let’s face it, maybe making it this easy to hang the towel back up might get your kids to actually do it.
If you hate all those nasty cords hanging out from tables then this trick for hiding them from My Love for Words will having you jumping up and down.
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