12 Clever Uses For Command Hooks
Command Hooks are a favorite of renters who don’t want to put any holes in the walls. However, did you know that Command Hooks can be used for so many things besides just hanging lightweight pictures? After learning about these clever ways to use Command Hooks, we’re betting you’ll run out and stock up on them!
1. Hang A Wreath
The easiest way to hang a wreath? Attach an upside down Command Hook to the inside of your door, then use a ribbon to hang the wreath on the opposite, exterior side.
2. Hang Jewelry
Command Hooks make for a neat, tangle-free way to hang up your jewelry. You could attach the hooks to your wall or the inside of your closet door.
3. Hang Belts
Belts can be tricky to neatly hang in your closet. But not when you hang them on a Command Hook!
4. Mount An iPad
You can easily mount an iPad to your wall or the inside of a cupboard door for playing music, scrolling through recipes, etc.
5. Shower Storage
Command Hooks are great for hanging small bins to store shampoo, etc. and also for hanging up loofahs!
6. Hang Toilet Brush
You can also hang up your toilet brush in an inconspicuous spot using a Command Hook.
7. Hang Curtain Rod
A large Command Hook and a lightweight curtain rod make for the perfect combination!
8. Hair Tool Storage
To free up drawer and cupboard space in your washroom, use Command Hooks to hang hair tools.
9. Hang Cooking Utensils
To free up drawer space, you can hang up some of your cooking utensils using Command Hooks.
10. Hanging Shelf
To create more storage space in your kitchen, you can use some Command Hooks to make your own DIY hanging shelf.
11. Hang Pot Lids
To stack your pots and pans more easily, use Command Hooks to hang pot lids on the inside of cupboard doors.
12. Access Kitchen Wraps
If you poke holes in the ends of kitchen wrap boxes and hang them on two sideways Command Hooks, you’ll be able to easily access and use them.