FormaÂ® Overcabinet Hook
GREAT for bathroom towels!!!
I moved from a large house to a small condo and was lacking space in my bathroom...My young neighbor shared this brilliant idea with me. I didn't want to take the towel bars off the walls so instead I hang 3 "over cabinet hooks" spaced evenly on the bar...Instead of two crowded (usually messy damp) towels I can hang 3 large towels or a hand towel and they dry quickly. This is also a fabulous idea in my teenage sons bathroom because it is simple for him to hang his towels. I also have used 3 hooks on my glass shower door enclosure and it is provides a little privacy and is convenient and attractive. I would highly recommend...a very "modern" look:)))
August 13, 2012
I've been using the overcabinet hook to hold up our oven mitts and it works great! It fits nicely on the cabinet door and doesn't get in the way when I'm opening or closing the door. The hook part is very big which is nice because it prevents my oven mitts from come flying off every time I open the cabinet door.
March 22, 2014
I use this hook on my top cabinets, one for pot holder and one for kitchen towel. It is great for me, pot holder and towel are right where I need them and away from my toddlers hands.
February 20, 2013
I just purchased 6 of the Forma Overcabinet Hooks. I am a renter and so cannot attach hooks to the walls in my storage closet to hang cleaning items. There is, however, a ledge in the closet. I was able to hang these on the ledge and hang my beautiful brooms, which are made by the student craftsmen at Berea College. I also wanted to be able to hang my oven mitts inside the kitchen cabinet where I keep my cooking pans. Tip: If, like me, you do not like the appearance of a hook on the door, even just that bit of metal on the backside when it is hung hook-side facing in (and even if the hooks are attractive, as these are), here is what I discovered. My cabinets are like the ones in the picture. If you pull out the drawer, you can hang the hook inside of the cabinet, hook-side facing in, on the ledge just under the drawer. Works great and no appearance of anything hanging on your cabinet door. So, these hooks can be used in many ways to suit your needs and aesthetic preferences. One small con: depending on the thickness of your cabinets or whatever you hang the hooks from, the hooks may not fit snugly, so lifting what is hanging on the hook may also lift the hook itself. I consider this a very minor problem, and one that could be fixed easily enough.
March 10, 2012