For those of you who live in smaller spaces and commute by bike, there is a challenge to storing your wheels indoors. Here is a roundup of five ideas that will lend a solution to this common problem. For more bike rack options, visit Remodelista.
Above: Possibly one of the simplest bike storage systems available: wooden bike hooks from Fluoshop in Hamburg, Germany. Designed by Sandra Thomson, the minimal hooks are made of natural oak and are ideal for light sports bikes.
Above: A minimal white hallway with a cleverly stored bike; image via House to Home.
Above: San Francisco furniture maker Chris Brigham solved the city dweller’s bike storage dilemma with his simple bike shelf design that also doubles as a handy book shelf.
Above: Form, function and art: A sleek bike propped against a blank wall is easy to park and retrieve and also adds a note of interest to minimal decor.
Above: Public Bikes in San Francsico offers the Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand, which takes advantage of vertical space.
For more storage inspiration, visit Remodelista.
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