DIY Creative Bicycle Hanger Simple Storage Solution

Coming up with simple storage solutions in an apartment can be more creative that you think. Back when I lived with a guy for the first time, we had very different styles and desires from our home. So we (aka I) had to get creative to make it all kind of fuse together.

The relationship didn’t end up working out which was for the best! But this bicycle hanger was a simple storage solution and was perfect for the time we co-existed together. It was relatively easy to make and only took time for paint to dry.

DIY Creative Bicycle Hanger Simple Storage Solution

*This post contains affiliate links

When you move in with a significant other, you have the merging of the “stuff.” My boyfriend (at the time) and had recently moved in together. We were finally hashing out where stuff should go. My one request was that all of his bikes be stored somewhere off the ground, aka on the wall in a hallway, or in the garage.

We were finally hashing out where stuff should go. My one request was that all of his bikes be stored somewhere off the ground, aka on the wall in a hallway, or in the garage.

My ex-boyfriend, Jeff, became quite the bike collector when he moved in.

He started with his fixed gear, “Deuce”… This is the bike I have to know the entirety of our relationship, but not he is breaching on to broader horizons. He wanted to race on a track bike and also ride a road bike. Guess what? We have acquired 2 more bikes aka Bob (the custom British bike, and “Lemond”) Jeff’s new road bike!! EEEKKKK

I do not have storage for all these bikes. Especially, since my bike is apparently the only one suited for the garage. So I made him get creative with the solution. 

After much debate, we started coming to reconciliation on what to do. The simple solution was to get the bikes off the ground. We had a long narrow entryway leading up a stairway to the main living space and a dining room that we used as an office.

We had a long narrow entryway leading up a stairway to the main living space and a dining room that we used as an office.

I hope you enjoy the end results and are inspired to do something in your home!

Supplies used:

Here are more photos: 

Isn’t this a good solution?? Mind you… these picture frames hanging behind the bike will be moving to a better location on the outskirts of the bike on the wall.
I always commend people for trying to think outside the box. I am saying this simple storage solution was a success! What do you think of this DIY? Would you try it in your home?

If you enjoyed this post you will also enjoy:


Join the DIY Lovers Digest + Gain Access to 7 Days To Home Ebook

7_days_to_home_3d_2_copy

Subscribe to get amazing DIY projects and tips on saving money when you DIY by email + gain free access to my ebook 7 Days To Home.

Powered by ConvertKit

One Comment