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The 4 Different Ways I Use Command Hooks in My Apartment



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I am obsessed with command hooks. First and foremost, they are so easy to use. Peel, stick, and then you’re done! Another reason I love them is because they are SO renter friendly. Not only are they easy to remove but they don’t leave any sticky residue behind. Check out these 4 ways I use command hooks in my home:

Display My Hats:

When I realized I wouldn’t have enough room in my closet for all my clothes, I decided to use that to my advantage and create a chic feature wall of clothes and accessories. Next to my closet, I added a stylish rug, small shelf for shoes and some hooks for my hats & scarves. This easy addition not only gave me more space in my closet but added a super glam vibe to a boring hallway!

Store My Hair Appliances:

Command hooks were one of the best additions to my bedroom. On one side of my dresser, I added two command hooks to hang my dryer and straightener. These every-day appliances are now easily accessible and easy to put away! I am also thinking of adding a third command hook for my curler.

Hang My Towels:

If you live in a rented space, command hooks are key in the bathroom! We created usable space behind the door by adding some hooks for towels.

Storage Inside of Cabinets:

I added some command hooks to my sink cabinet door in order to hang my dust pan and dust brush. This created more under sink space for additional supplies! You can check out my post for how to organize under your sink here.


I hope this post has been helpful and please feel free to leave any questions or comments in the comment section below! All resources will be in the shop section.

xo, Chelsey

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Hi, I'm Chelsey

I’m an interior decorator, author, and “heirloom hunter”, discovering and returning lost family artifacts along my search for home accents. I'm also a dog mom, and very well aware there are some people who just follow me for him.

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