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Three ways to store your bike at home

Storing bicycles can be a challenge, especially within the walls of your home. Here are some tips to make it all roll smooth.
A sliding length of fabric hides a bike hung from a rail underneath wall cabinets in a hallway, shoe mats under the wheels.
Sleek city bike hung in display fashion on a living room wall above floor cabinets and lit from above with wall lamps.
Hang it like the piece of art it is
Beyond being practical, a bike is beautiful (perhaps especially to its owner). Hooks let you suspend it in mid-air – out of the way, reachable and for everyone to admire.
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Close-up of how the bike frame rests on the rack, consisting of two slim hooks perpendicular to the wall.
Arranged for accessibility, a bike hung from a rail underneath wall cabinets in a hallway can be hidden by a low curtain.
Accessible at all times – and for all types of weather
Frequent use calls for a bike space that’s easy to reach, but also prepared for bad weather. With protective mats and a length of fabric, you can have it both close at hand and hide it away in style.
Arranged for accessibility, a bike hung from a rail underneath wall cabinets in a hallway can be hidden by a low curtain.
A plain bicycle placed with its wheels on EKET cabinets set at different heights, giving the bike a steep-uphill tilt.
Place your bike on top of the cabinet
Make sure that the cabinet or shelf is strong enough to carry its load. Here the bike is secured to the wall by a bracket with a separate, vertical knob (see detail image). Clear sheets of drawer mat discreetly protect surfaces from dirt and scratches.
A plain bicycle placed with its wheels on EKET cabinets set at different heights, giving the bike a steep-uphill tilt.


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Made By
Interior designer: Elin Stierna
Photographer: Fredrik Sweger
Writer: Henrik Annemark