Design & Home

10 Creative, Design-Friendly Ways to Store a Bike

Find inspiration in these stylish solutions.

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While there are lots of things to love about biking, finding a stylish storage solution when you lack outdoor space is certainly not one of them. If your ride winds up stashed in your entryway—taking up valuable floor space and adding visual clutter—it’s time to find a better strategy. Shouldn’t a bike-friendly lifestyle and solid interior design be able to coexist? Pinterest and Houzz to the rescue. In honor of Bike to Work Day, we’ve gathered ten creative, inspiring ways to integrate a bicycle into your decor.

Two bikes mount to the wall in an industrial bedroom by New York-based Ira Frazin Architect.
Under-the-stairs storage at a green, urban home in Philadelphia. Photo via Dwell.
Under-the-stairs storage at a green, urban home in Philadelphia. Photo via Dwell.
This family’s bikes are rigged from the ceiling. Designed by Tribe Studio Architects. Photo via Jelanie Shop.
This family’s bikes are rigged from the ceiling. Designed by Tribe Studio Architects. Photo via Jelanie Shop.
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Cheerful color and stylish storage mounts make the bicycles a part of the decor in this home, by Ukraine-based Mooseberry Design. Photo via Home-Designing.com.
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The bike mounts vertically to a wooden beam in this eclectic Santa Monica living room by Daleet Spector Design. Photo via Houzz.
Bike as art in a vintage-inspired home by Phoenix designer Mackenzie Collier Interiors. Photo via Houzz.
A modern home office by Walk Interior Architecture + Design. Photo via Houzz.
A bike hangs on a sculptural wooden wall shelf designed by Berlin brand Mikili. Photo via Artnau.
A bike hangs on a sculptural wooden wall shelf designed by Berlin brand Mikili. Photo via Artnau.
Bikes mounted along the wall of a contemporary entryway. Photo by Treve Johnson Photography via Houzz.

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