by Grace Bonney FACEBOOK TWITTER PINTEREST i love these ceramic hook boxes by designer luca nichetto. such a clever way to deal with entryway storage and organization. via mocoloco via elmanco. tracey bolton February 5th, 2007 These are so perfect. Do you have any idea where I could actually buy these? Anonymous February 5th, 2007 I WANT, WANT, WANT these!!! They’re so fabulous! marthamisdemeanor February 5th, 2007 YES!! Where can I buy these. this would be a perfect house warming gift for a friend of mine! Karen E February 5th, 2007 They are truly fantastic. Google suggests no one is selling them yet. If anyone finds a retailer, let us know! Anonymous February 5th, 2007 yes, please post here if anyone finds a retailer! Silver February 5th, 2007 Wow, best creation I have seen in a long time. Emily February 5th, 2007 ditto!! these are WONDERFUL!! lazy housekeeper February 6th, 2007 Super-cute, though they look like they would be a pain to dust. I’ve recently decided that all new household purchases must be easily cleanable. We’ll see how that goes… jw February 6th, 2007 i hope the hook part is made of something other than ceramic, if not it might easily break from something heavy like a bookbag! SweetJen February 9th, 2007 What a fabulous idea! Maybe the hooks are reinforced with something inside…regardless, this is a great idea. Front Studio April 30th, 2007 I saw these awhile back too. I tried contacting the manufacturer, the designer, local distributers only to reach a dead end. Maybe if everyone wrote to them we’d eventually get them in the states? Try bosa_ceramiche(at)libero.it Anonymous June 8th, 2007 Just opened up my dwell and they they were – the hookboxes. Did anyone find an american source or do I have to draw on my limited Italian to find them? Anonymous June 15th, 2007 Dwell Junkie Tried in vain…not to be found here in the US or anywhere for that matter…totally irritating when featured in a US publication (i.e. Dwell) but you can’t actually buy them! Anonymous June 21st, 2007 I emailed Bosa Ceramiche. The hook box will be avaible in November 07 through Design Within Reach, they do have a website with stores in San Diego and I think San Francisco. Also, the email said the Hook Box can also be purchased through the company, Bosa Ceramiche. I suppose you just send an email regarding purchasing it at their website. They did not mention a price. I thought everyone should know! Anonymous June 30th, 2007 Thanks for the update, I have been following this chat since I saw then in Dwell! mmd November 15th, 2007 found them!!! only thru DWR for $270 each…pretty steep if you ask me. ANN March 5th, 2008 What is DWR?? moi aussi March 19th, 2008 thought i’d just throw it out there that design within reach [dwr] now has the hook boxes for a much lower price. $98 regular, on sale right now for 10% off. http://www.dwr.com/product/hookbox.do JCD May 7th, 2008 I bought one from DWR for my girl and it’s working quite well. The crafstmanship is ok and is fairly easy to attach onto a wall. Question: Does anyone know where to buy one with a yellow accent in the states? DWR only sells Red and Black accents. Adrienne May 24th, 2008 How much are these? I can’t find a price anywhere. do November 16th, 2008 I have direct collect hangers, but it would come would be good for our fitness center, that was always in view. Too much shit. And nowhere to put it. « Savory Dish November 16th, 2009 […] these hook boxes by designer Luca Nichetto on Design Sponge. These are what Alton Brown would call multi-taskers. As a self-confessed neat freak, I am […] Stine Hansen January 23rd, 2015 Does anyone know if the hooks still can be bought. If yes, you are welcome to send me links. LEAVE A COMMENT Design*Sponge reserves the right to restrict comments that do not contribute constructively to the conversation at hand, contain profanity, personal attacks or seek to promote a personal or unrelated business.