You can never have too many wall hooks in your apartment, and mine are always full. But given that your average piece of bent metal will run you $5 a pop at a Manhattan hardware store, I've limited my urge to line my walls completely.
If only I lived out in the sticks, I could use sticks.
Etsy seller Gabriel Rutledge makes hers out of green maple twigs mounted to a distressed wooden board.
John Robohm's Live Wire Farm is a Vermont-based outfit that manufactures goods from local hardwoods, and judging by all of the SOLD stamps on their website, does a brisk business in hooks.
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