I’m very happy with these hooks. After removing a pair of mismatched wood peg coat racks during an entryway paint job, I realized just how bad it would look if I put them back up. I found these hooks at HD at a reasonable price. The included matching screws are plenty long enough to attach through ½” drywall and have ample purchase into the stud. Since I made racks out of nominal 1” pine, I had to use a shorter screw. I like the look of these and they are quite sturdy.
Very nice hooks for the bedroom, bathroom or entryway. They are sturdy and the screws are quality. A little pricey though and I wish they came in a four pack. I used these recently to make a hanging rack for my daughter's room. I mounted 4 on a 20" board I routed/painted and hung it on her wall. I spaced the hooks 4-1/16" apart. The screws are 1-3/8" long so I cut them down to 3/4" with a hand bolt cutter so they would not protrude from the back of the board. I then mounted it to the wall with 1-1/2" screws and drywall anchors. The screw holes for each hook are 1/2" apart. Very pleased with the hooks overall.
These are really attractive and well made coat hooks. The satin finish is very nice and the 2-screw mounting is very strong. Nice matching mounting screws are included. We had a blank wall in a walk-in closet so I mounted a 1 x 4 to the wall and attached 5 of these hooks to it so now we can hang several items on the wall.
Nice looking hardware that is heavy duty, but not big and bulky. Comes with 2 mounting screws that are a nice 1 3/8" long, which was perfect for the hook board that I made. Able to mount them very securely. Very satisfied with purchase and my project.
Pros: Functional, Looks Great, Nice Design, Sturdy, Well Made
I bought a pair of these hooks to hang towels and bathrobes on in our two bathrooms. After two years, they have held up well to constant use and wet environment. The finish is still intact and there is no sign of rust showing. The screws are monstrously long and since I had decided to screw them into a stud, I went ahead and pre-drilled the holes. This made installing the screws much easier. Even with pre-drilling, the screw heads are fairly weak metal which means you will need to get a bit that fits the screw head perfectly, use plenty of pressure and go slow if you are using a power-drill. Overall, the hooks have been a good purchase as they are stylish, have held up to the bathroom environment and were fairly inexpensive.