Beach Stone Wall Hook

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This is the Original Stone Wall Hook that you can screw directly into your wall or door. I came up with this design 15+ years ago and it's been our best selling product ever since with many repeat orders. Extremely strong and water resistant, it's more than a towel hook. These hooks are great for hanging swimsuits, coats, hats, backpacks, leashes, etc. Use a single one or mount several in a row. Or create your own hook rack by mounting them on a favorite piece of driftwood. Some people even use them as door pulls.

I make these stone hooks stronger than they'll ever have to be. I use stones I find on New England beaches where they have been tumbled and massaged by the ocean until they're rounded and smooth. I drill a hole in the back of each stone and embed a screw in the hole with industrial grade epoxy. More epoxy secures the 1" diameter maple spacer to the screw. My epoxy of choice is rated at 2.5 tons per square inch... strong enough to stand up to any radial or lateral force you can muster. The maple spacer gets three coats of sealer so it will stand up to moisture and weather. Although the hooks can screw directly into a wooden wall, a stud or a plank, I include expanding plastic anchors so you can easily mount them on sheetrock, tile and masonry walls as well. The stones vary a bit in size (3" to 4½"), shape (generally round-ish) and color. We offer them in grey and speckled granite.

I sell the Stone Towel Hooks individually and the price shown is for a single hook. The photos are representative of the variety of shapes and colors we stock. If you need a different color, or if you're ordering multiple stone hooks and want them to match, just ask and I'll see what I can do.

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  • 5
    Coat hooks to replace a guest closet

    Posted by Jim on Jan 20th 2023

    These are very nicely made. We used half a dozen in an entry hall. They serve part-time duty as art and when guests arrive go utilitarian as coat hooks. The owners let me choose my stones and they look great.

  • 5

    Posted by Eric Hanson on May 4th 2017

    We were looking for some sort of natural hooks for robes in our updated bathroom. These are just right. They are smooth granite and were easy to install. These are big enough that things won't slip off.