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How to Create a Hat Wall Display

07.23.18

Since I have a serious love of hats, I thought I would share a fun way on how to create a stylish, neutral hat wall display in your home.How to Create a Stylish Neutral Hat Wall Display in your Home | Modish and MainI’ll make this real simple. I’m a bonafide hat girl and there is nothing stopping me from my growing collection. Right now I own somewhere north of 35+ hats and that ranges from fedoras, beach hats, baseball caps, newsboy caps, etc. I’m an equal opportunist hot lover needless to say. I have an organized, simple way of stacking my hats in my closet, but I thought it would be fun to share with you how I created a stylish, neutral hat wall display in our master bedroom.

How to Create a Stylish Neutral Hat Wall Display in your Home | Modish and Main

How to Create a Stylish Neutral Hat Wall Display in your Home | Modish and Main

Leave it to me to just be on a purging / organizing spree this weekend to finally take the plunge and create a hat wall display. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for awhile and finally made it happen. Since my entire master bedroom is very neutral with its decor, I wanted to only use my neutral toned hats when creating this display.

I played around at first with incorporating some of my favorite black & navy hats, but just kept coming back to creating an all neutral hat wall display. My suggestion to you is create a hat wall display that coexists with your decor already. You want the hat wall to be a part of your decor, but also not be overwhelming to the eye.

In addition, I would recommend creating a hat wall display using an odd number of hats and embrace my motto of perfectly imperfectly.  I simply used a handful of small nails to hang the hats to create the least amount of damage to the wall. If you plan on only hanging fedordas with a bring, you could use 3M hooks with the metal hook since the brim will cover up the white part that is stuck on the wall. That’s a great option if you really don’t want to poke any holes.

Overall, since I love my hats so much, I really went simple with the rest of my decor on the dresser so that I could really appreciate them. I know, it sounds a little quirky but I take pride in my hat collection!

How to Create a Stylish Neutral Hat Wall Display in your Home | Modish and Main

How to Create a Stylish Neutral Hat Wall Display in your Home | Modish and Main

I often get asked what brands of hats do I love most. While I certainly do have my favorite brands of hats, I often pick up hats at local boutiques on a whim. None the less, I’m a sucker for a Will & Bear fedora, Lack of Colour for their straw beach hats and I secretly crave a Janessa Leone hat.

What are some of your favorite brands of hats and how do you organize them?

Keep Living a Stylized Life.

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2 comments on “How to Create a Hat Wall Display”

  1. May I ask what you use to hang the hats on? I’ve not been able to figure out what use other than a push pin and don’t want to poke holes. Would love to see all of your hats. Thx.

    1. Hey Debbie! Sorry, I just edited the post on “how to” actually hang the hats. Whoops! I honestly just used small nails to hang the hats, but if you are hanging brimmed fedoras and don’t want to poke holes, I would grab the 3M hooks that have a small metal hook since the brim of your hat will cover up the white part that’s stuck to the wall. I’m a hoarder of 3M looks like that and use them for everything. Try that route!

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