Minimal, clean and beautifully simple. You can use our easy-to-fit universal oak coat hooks in many ways around the home or office interior. Position them individually on the wall to suit an elegant coat, scarf or in a configuration to create an oak coat rack. You can use our oak wall hooks for hanging mirrors, artwork, fabrics, and other items to stunning effect. Many customers use them for as an attractive oak wall hook for hanging plants.
You can put up a single hook to hang your favourite hat, umbrella, dog lead or keys. Install two or more rows to create a unique shoe or tie rack. Flexible, versatile, and a great way to maximise space.
Cut from solid American oak. You can buy our oak coat hooks in every finish to match our product range. Measuring 125mm long by 30mm square, our oiled oak hooks come ready to be screwed into position.
Affix to the wall with a single fixing which comes provided. Our unique fixing method enables fitting of our oak hooks to plasterboard, solid and dot and dab walls. Fitting method for our oak coat pegs can be found below.
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How to Fit our Oak Coat Hooks
Solid Wall – Our solid wall oak coat hooks are supported on a single screw thread with a wall plug. Simply drill a 8mm hole in the desired position. Insert the provided wall plug and screw the wall hook in until it is hand tight.
Dot and Dab Wall – Fitted in the same way as the solid wall fixings but needing a 10mm hole, these have a longer thread section for reaching into the solid wall behind. For additional strength we recommend supporting the wall at the fixing point using a chemical resin dab.
Plasterboard Wall – Our plasterboard wall oak coat hooks are supported on a Fischer Duotec fixing. Drill a 12mm hole in the desired position. Fold the end tab flat and insert the fixing into the hole in the direction of the arrow until it expands behind the wall. Slide the white bushing down the insert tab and press it into the wall, wiggle the insert tab up and down to snap off the excess. Screw the hook in until it is hand tight.
Please note the load bearing of the oak wall hook will be reduced when fitted to plasterboard.
Tools You Might Need
8mm Masonry Drill Bit – for solid walls
10mm Masonry Drill Bit – for dot and dab walls
12mm Flat Drill Bit – for plasterboard walls