Wooden Wall Hooks Giveaway

numbered wall hooks

Hi guys, I’m just popping in today with a fun giveaway. I’m finally getting back to some projects around here, I was starting to have DIY withdrawal! Awhile back, I shared this post on how to organize your entryway. In that design board, I shared these fun wooden numbered wall hooks* and today I have a set of them to give away to one lucky reader!


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Organization is key in a small space and these cute wooden wall hooks will help keep things off the floor and within easy access. You can enter below!

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Leave a comment and tell me where you would use these hooks in your home!




*This post may contain affiliate links, this giveaway is not affiliated with Wayfair or Wildon Home. You can read my full disclosure here.


  1. Cindy Downing says:

    I would put them all on a reclaimed old piece of wood and hang by the front door.

  2. Emily Castagnetta says:

    I would love them for my mudroom.

  3. Vee Muller says:

    I’d use them in the foyer hall. They’d look real cute!

  4. In my entrance hall. It’s a very small space so these hooks would be a perfect welcoming talking point.

  5. I would put them in my craft room to hang different projects.

  6. I have this little nook where I’d love to put hooks for jackets etc along with a bench to sit and take your shoes off . It’s currently occupied by a shoe rack and a small wall cabinet, not very functional.

  7. Donna Duncan says:

    I’d put them in our back entry that is always used, as we never come in our front door. Only sales people come to it! These hooks are perfect for things you need to put somewhere when you come in. We already have places for shoes & keys but no good area for bags or jackets. These look perfect for that.

  8. Kimberly Willhoite says:

    I would put them in my dog grooming room for pets leashes

  9. Amy Smith says:

    I’m re-doing our laundry room. It’s small so I am using wall space where I can. These hooks would be perfect!

  10. Mechele Rose says:

    These are adorable. I would use them in my mud room.

  11. Claudia Landgrover says:

    All over my house. My kids need places to hang things! 🙂

  12. I would put them on wall coming in from garage to hand kids backpacks,etc. Love them!!

  13. Oh my goodness! I just finished my idea board to give my Laundry room a makeover and THESE hooks are on it!!!! No joke! I just put it together 2 days ago!
    I plan to use them in my narrow laundry for my kiddos (5, and 7) to hang their backpacks and light jackets on. Currently, I have command hooks up but they keep falling and I keep tripping over their things. Fingers crossed I’ll be the winner of these beautiful hooks! Thank you!

  14. Front and center!

    When you walk into our house we have a large mirror on the wall and these would look so CUTE hanging underneath.

    And be practical as well.

    Thanks for the share:)❤️

  15. I’m creating a little mudroom area in my garage – they’d be PERFECT there!

  16. These hooks would be perfect in our new kitchen! I’m thinking of adding some to a blank wall for a bit more storage. Fingers crossed!!!

  17. These are SO cute!! I’d use them in my entry for sure! Or maybe laundry room… to number the missing socks, lol.

  18. These are so cute! You have such a creative mind!

  19. This would be perfect for my sewing room… for new dress creations for my little girl)))

  20. I have a shiplap hall/mud closet that I need to finish. These hooks would look great in it!

  21. Debbie Gravelle says:

    Entryway so everyone could see them.
    They would look great there

  22. Jacqueline Lester says:

    In my little entrance hall for me and hubby’s keys and kids bookbags!!!

  23. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I would put these in my entry way to hangs our coats on and dog leashes too

  24. Kami Owens says:

    My tiny split entry! It’s in dire need of that something thats cute and functional for 5 children backpacks and jackets!

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