Metaphorically you know it's time to hang your hat up generally when you have finished with the situation you have been involved in, but what about those situations in life that are literally asking you to hang your hat up. Like after a long day formal day out. Maybe you have been at Ascot and had the most amazing hat to balance on your pretty head all day. Or maybe you have been out working in your hard hat all day long because your job demands that you protect your head or maybe your hat is integral to your image and you wouldn't be without wearing it on a daily basis. Whatever it is that makes you wear a hat for a lengthy time there always comes a time when you need to hang it up, and what better place than on a cast iron built for the purpose hat and coat hook.
Yester home have a variety of cast iron hat and coat hook choices to throw your hat onto at the end of the day, from simple acorn style hooks to more ornate versions such as the Rams head coat hook, which is always a favourite.
There is the Art Deco, the Art Nouveaux or the French, with the Serpent and the Swan neck hat and coat hooks being particularly elegant.
Cast iron hat and coat hooks are very suitable for different types of home and can be positioned anywhere in the house that is practical such as near to doors in hallways but also on the back of doors in bathrooms and bedrooms. They can be fixed as a single hook to hang gowns or towels or can be made into hook boards and used in cloakrooms or hallways.
If you don't own a hat and rarely if ever wear one then maybe you will never need to hang up your hat at all, but if not there there is always a great single hook just for coats or maybe you would just love a little decorative hook like the art deco single hook hang your curtain tie back on it and close the curtains for your final call.
Or choose the four hook and hang all of your coats up together, just forget about the hat.