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Tuesday
Feb012011

Clever Bike Storage for Small Spaces or Kids Room

I am loving this fun, clever bike shelf by Chris Brigham of Knife & Saw.  It's in the latest issue of Dwell which I usually only glance through each month, preferring to get my Dwell interiors fix with a side of humor on Unhappy Hipsters.  So, I am happy that I cracked open the magazine and saw this!

It doesn't hurt that the styling & photography are GORGEOUS.

It is made from solid wood and accommodates most bikes - they have a handy spec list so you can double check.

Perhaps because I have been on my death bed for 5 days (!), I am loving the thought of spring and bike rides (particularly on that sunny yellow number).  Anyone who has lived in a city and wrangled their bike in an apartment will appreciate this.  I also love that the rack doubles as a bookshelf & think it would look great in a boys bedroom.

They retail for around $300 and you can buy it here.

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It's awesome! I may have to get one! Finally a bike holder that doesn't really look like a bike holder. If the bike wasn't there, it would still look decent!

February 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBhavesh Patel

I agree with you: a bike shelf is, indeed, a clever idea. My cousin Justin would totally love that. It would be perfect in the apartment where he is staying in.

Ethan Mudgett

February 22, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEthan Mudgett

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