The 10 Best Key Hooks
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in August of 2019. With so many keys to keep track of these days -- house, garage, shed, car, bike lock, etc. -- it’s no wonder most of us misplace a set from time to time. These hooks will provide you with a single repository for all of them, with some capable of holding coats and scarves, too. Several offer additional storage space for mail and magazines. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best key hook on Amazon.
Timbr and Moss Edge Wooden décor will never go out of style, and this rustic model — which is built with handsome, reclaimed oak — is available in a light and a dark stain so that it’ll match different spaces. The hangers are thick, old nails that have been manipulated into the shape of a hook. timbrandmoss.com
Valet Spot Board Sure, individual slots for 100 separate keys is probably overkill for a typical homeowner, but what about a business, warehouse, school or apartment complex? Each hook is conveniently numbered, which makes it easy to stay organized when dealing with a large number of people. thevaletspot.com
August 05, 2019:
To account for people with a wide variety of different storage needs, we focused on identifying models with an array of capacity capabilities, including single-hook options, rails with multiple hooks, and organizers with trays or baskets for accommodating letters, magazines, phones, wallets and other small household items.
The most distinctive of all, perhaps, is the SPI Home Octopus. It’s an interesting choice solely as a decoration; the fact that its tentacles serve as hanging hooks only enhances its appeal. In the same vein is the Comfify Rustic — users love the way it looks as a rustic wall piece, and its solid cast iron construction is great for long-term durability.
Four of the options on the list double as letter holders, featuring some sort of bin for storing things like magazines, bills and newspapers. The MyGift Organizer is nearly one foot in length, giving it considerable storage capacity, and users seem to like its distressed wood finish. By comparison, the craftsmanship of the mDesign models leaves a bit to be desired, though both of these are useful, low-cost organizational tools that can be used all over the house.