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Design Scout: Cycling On

Two-wheeled home design.

Saigon Rattan Model Tricycle
At ten inches tall and six inches wide, this woven rattan trike—modeled after a popular Vietnamese bike style—is perfect for holding fruit or candy. It also wouldn’t look too shabby on a fireplace hearth.

$16.50 at etsy.com

Vital Bike Tumbler
Dishwasher-safe and totally fun.  Plus it comes in four additional colors.  

$20 at etsy.com

Pixel This Recycled Bike Wheel Clock
Aluminum spokes make a surprisingly graceful time keeper when the rubber is stripped off.

$119 at etsy.com

“Keep Calm and Ride On” Print
A bike-centric ode to British perseverance.

$30 at littlepaperplanes.com

Sweet Harvey Flat Notes
Papaya-colored vintage velos are a sweet way to send thank-you notes and follow-up cards.

$10 for a set of five at etsy.com

Bike Snob
A cheeky little coffee-table book—written by the Bike Snob New York City blogger—that’s sure to get you up to speed on cycling culture.

$16.99 at modcloth.com

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Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.