When most people think of coat hooks, they picture wooden or iron racks, hanging in the hallway… 
                                                       But what about hooks for kids?
Kids’ bedrooms and playrooms are bright, colourful places, full of princess castles and creatures great and small - and there’s no reason why their coat hooks shouldn’t match! Whether it’s fairies or fire engines, you’re sure to find something here at Love Hooks that your children will enjoy.

Cactus Coat Hook

For the budding cowboy, our cactus coat hook is perfect for hanging up the reins, and our beautiful white unicorn hook will suit any fairy-tale princess. From tractors and trucks to kittens and crocodiles, explore our range of exciting hooks for kids, and discover that even something as unassuming as a coat hook can be a fun addition to their room. 

Flower Princess

Our farmyard hooks are a bright and bold option for the early-learning years, as is our Noah’s Ark coat rack. Both are sturdy three-peg racks, and so can hold any coats, hats and blankets that your little one may have. Alternatively, you could opt for our Pink Fairy Chalkboard coat rack, which comes with a useful space for any notes, reminders, or simply as a doodle-pad for creative little hands!

When your little one outgrows farmyard animals, there’s always something to move on to, like our pets coat hooks, popular for boys’ rooms such as the Scruffy Puppy Coat Hook, or our bushy-tailed bunny coat rack, which would suit both boys and girls. In its simple white silhouette design, this four-hook rack fits seamlessly with any colour scheme and offers plenty of hook space as the clothes grow in size and number!

HorseWhen hanging a child’s coat hook, you’ll want to place it at a level they can reach without it becoming a safety risk for a bump on the head. And at Love Hooks, all of our designs have safety in mind: that means no sharp edges or unnecessary bulk that could cause harm. Explore our range of hooks for kids and you’ll be sure to find something your child would love in their room.


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