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Storage: The Bike Shelf by Chris Brigham in SF

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Storage: The Bike Shelf by Chris Brigham in SF

Janet Hall March 07, 2011

Designed by San Francisco-based wood worker Chris Brigham (his studio is aptly named Knife and Saw), The Bike Shelf solves the issue of where to store the urban bicycle. "While visiting friends who live in small apartments here in San Francisco—and even more so in NYC—I noticed that there is a void when it comes to elegant bike management," he says. The Bike Shelf is available in walnut ($300) or in ash or maple ($275).

Above: The Bike Shelf in walnut.

Above: The Bike Shelf in ash.

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