Images credit: Knife and Saw
Designboom shows this bike shelf from Chris Brigham, a graphic designer gone 3D and now making furniture under the name Knife and Saw. . Living in San Francisco and visiting friends in New York, he "noticed that there is a void when it comes to elegant bike management." He's right; this would be perfect for LifeEdited.
Bikes always get in the way - either in the hall, or leaning up against a bookshelf or something. So, I decided to design something to fix that problem. Until I think of a better name, I am calling it the Bike Shelf.
Made from solid wood (in this case, Walnut) and suspended by a steel square rod mount, this shelf can hold both your bike, as well as anything else you want on it quite easily. If you want to just showcase your bike, that's fine, but if you want to utilize the space for books, flowers, bike accessories, etc., that's what it's there for.
Chris says that he will customize it; this would be great for Graham Hill's Thinbike. More at Knife & Saw.
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