How to hang baseball hats on the wall

I’ve been looking for a good way of displaying baseball hats on the wall. I’ve tried to put nails along near where the wall meets the ceiling, but I didn’t like how it looked. Mainly, I didn’t like how you couldn’t really see the front of the hat. I’ve thought about putting in a special shelving system in the computer room for the sole purpose of displaying my hats. Luckily for me I didn’t get around to doing that as I stumbled upon a great video that shows am ingenious way of displaying hats on a wall. Best of all, it’s extremely cheap and easy to do.

Here’s the video:

The guy in the video might be in dire need of a haircut, but the man obviously knows what he’s doing when it comes to the display of hats. I have a bunch of these clips and plan on making my own wall display very soon.

Author: Rick Rottman

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6 thoughts on “How to hang baseball hats on the wall”

  1. Hey rick, this was great, very helpful. But, he u any idea how to hang in the same fashion but with space in between the hats and not having nails visible?

    1. No I don’t. The way this method works is to have the hat above block the view of the nail and clip. The very top row is too high for the nail to be visible.

    1. It depends on the hats. If they are New Era hats, they require more space. My advice is hang four, two columns of two. Move the nails to get them to the correct distance. Once you have them where you want them, measure the distance between the nails. Use that as your template. Note: Make sure you use the really thin wire nails. They leave a small hole, almost unnoticeable when the nail is removed. These are the ones I used:

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      I picked them up at Home Depot.

  2. Thank you so much , been having my hats in my closet for to long . Actually going today to go but the clips and start my hat display .

    Red Sox Nation!!!!

  3. Great Idea, My uncle a huge Sports fan had a boat load of hats and I took them as kind of a memorial to hang in my bar area as he loved to spend time her watching all the Ravens’ games, seeing the Terps play and the O’s but didn’t want to spend a fortune on a wooden display keep it simple yet neat.

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