pin wall hanger

I’ve finally gotten around to hanging some things in my home, and I’ve started realizing that there aren’t as many cute hanging or hook options as I’d like. I tend to make my own versions of things I see in magazines (just out of spite, because sometimes the prices make me angry), but every now and then I want to be able to buy something cute and just plop it on the wall. These little metal wall hooks from Polish designer Oskar Zieta are beautiful and remind me of Mylar balloons. They’re made from a process that inflates sheets of steel using high-pressure air. The result is a one-of-a-kind piece that has beautiful surface variations to catch the light. These would be pretty grouped in a bunch by an entryway, but you could easily use one or two for jewelry, as well. Click here to check them out and shop online (they range in size from 4″ to 6″ in diameter). xo, grace

  1. Adorable Grace! Totally fantastic.

  2. Anne says:

    Ohhh…I may be buying those!

  3. Kenny says:

    Another great find Grace – well spotted! They do a ltd edition range of these now in copper too, but they’re a lot more expensive (or “exy” as we say here in Australia!). Kx

    1. Grace Bonney says:

      kenny

      no way!! i totally want the copper ones- didn’t see them. copper and brass are always my top choices over silver and black any day ;)

      g

  4. Yes yes yes! Love this design!

  5. Shaun Gayle says:

    Very nice makes me remember Jeff Koons sculptures at Versailles

  6. These are great! Oh man do I want to get access to that inflated steal process.

  7. Shield says:

    Poland on Design*Sponge! Yay :). Great choice.

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