Choose decorative wall hook to hang your oars on the wall. Select a tone wood that matches the oars. Also select a final metal that matches other metal finishes in the room where the oars are displayed. Use hanging hardware included with hooks to secure the hooks to the wall. Pre-drill the holes; Use wall anchors if the screws do not go into a stud. Multicolored coat rack with 10 hooks that mimics the network of any city subway.
Simple solid wood coat rack with hooks colors that can be folded when not in use. Rack based on the behavior of crows stealing bright for use in their nests objects. The idea behind the hanger bird is to show their “bright” clothes instead of hiding in a closet. Hang your oars with decorative decorative wall hook. You choose stone corbels with openings large enough to handle oar from slipping through. Bring in Victorian charm with decorative wooden brackets.
If you find you like brackets, but handles not slip through, balancing the oars at the top of the corbels. Use double stick tape on the bracket and the wall to prevent sliding or shifting paddles. Search curtain rods with two bars one for curtains and other drapery. Choose bars in a decorative material such as wrought iron and equally decorative covers. Install curtain rods with the appropriate decorative wall hook, fixed to studs whenever possible. Place the paddle in the reeds of two curtains.