LIBERTY 129848 Hook Rail/Coat Rack with 5 Flared Tri Hooks, 27-Inch, White and Satin Nickel, Flat White and Satin Nickel

LIBERTY 129848 Hook Rail/Coat Rack with 5 Flared Tri Hooks, 27-Inch, White and Satin Nickel, Flat White and Satin Nickel

Regular price $20.02 Sale price $17.05

Brand: Liberty

Color: Flat White and Satin Nickel


  • Adding decorative hooks is a great way to remove clutter from hanging door knobs, lying on the floor and other unsightly places
  • White and satin nickel finish is great complementing element to any home décor
  • 35 lb. maximum weight capacity when mounted into solid wood or wood studs
  • Get organized and add design to your home décor at the same time
  • Made of zinc die cast for long lasting quality. Hooks have 3-1/2 in. projection

Publisher: LIBERTY

Release Date: 2013-12-01

Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty

Details: Make organization a priority, but do it in style. Adding decorative hooks allows you the freedom to get organized and store your items right where you need them. The decorative design adds character and design to your existing home décor.

UPC: 885216888488

EAN: 0783961745936

Package Dimensions: 27.3 x 5.3 x 3.3 inches

  • 2 
Yes or a metal composite. They look really nice. 
By Brittany C on January 30, 2014
By Sara on January 30, 2014
yes the hooks are metal 
By O Chuate on February 1, 2014
  • 2 
5.25 inches from the middle of each hook to the next. 
By palm_tree43 on February 8, 2015
5 1/4" between each hook. 
By Mykel Vanek on February 5, 2015
Approximately 5" 
By Debb on February 5, 2015
  • 2 
No they weren't for us. So we used a heavy duty anchor and has worked great for two months now 
By Jody on May 12, 2015
no but you can drill a hole wherever your stud may be or put in a molly where it happens to be 
By R Dunley on May 13, 2015
No they're 25.5" apart. I used toggles to mount.Drilled the holes slightly larger to accommodate the toggle bolts. 
By dwbohio on May 12, 2015
  • 1 
Alone maybe, but I have five coats and two vests on that rack with room for more and I doubt command strips could handle that much weight for an extended period of time. 
By Kelsey on October 27, 2015
I wouldn't think so at least not how we use them for winter coats and so on. I think in my case the items would be way to heavy. 
By Traveler Top Contributor: Makeup on October 28, 2015
I would not - needs to be secured properly. 
By BCord on October 27, 2015
Yes, If they are going to be for looks only or nothing heavy. But, I would not recommended. 
By Koke Citizen on October 27, 2015
The screws that came with this have worked very well. With all of the hooks being used, this has held up very well. I wouldn't recommend using command strips, however. I suppose you could just buy command strip hooks and see if that works. However, I really like this item. 
By Lisa A. Czarny on October 27, 2015
Not a good idea. You need to attach the rail to studs because coats and bags get heavy. 
By John J. on October 27, 2015
The hook rail is built to be fastened to the wall with screws that attach from the front of the hook rail. I don't think that command strips would work. 
By Flying Bulldogs  on October 27, 2015