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Render of the Week: Minimal Dining Room Makes Space for Outdoor Sports Gear

Render of the Week: Minimal Dining Room Makes Space for Outdoor Sports Gear

No more stressing out about limited storage space

Written by –
Vanessa Louie
on March 1st 2018
Hygge is home for Vanessa. If you're wondering how she likes to keep her house, think tidy and uncluttered. She even has a personal Pinterest board featuring only white colored homes, appealing to her minimal design aesthetic.

Whether you’re a vintage decor collector or an outdoor sports enthusiast, having a well-maintained collection of your favorite retro pieces or mountain bikes might prove a problem when it comes to storing them at home. But not to worry, there are designer-approved alternatives to renting out a separate storage space or hiding them away in the basement. This week, the team shows us a clever way to store outdoor sports gear in the dining room. Let’s take a look at their render of the week.

Use Wall Mounts to Display Functional Items as Decor Pieces

Wall mounts and hooks do more than just hold paintings and clothing items, they can also be used to display your prized possessions.

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Investing in a bicycle wall mount might feel a little bit out of your comfort zone, but there are surprisingly great benefits. Bicycles take up a lot of floor space, especially in apartments with narrow hallways. By hanging them on the walls, you free up precious space that could be used for furniture, or other furnishings. Sure keeping them locked up on a railing outside is possible, but bringing it inside means you can keep an eye on your favorite bike where you know it’s safe and sound.


Bare walls make the perfect blank canvas to hang your bicycle. It can also serve as an intriguing decor piece when not in use. As long as the wheels are free of gravel, mounting them by the dining room wall is a great way to liven up the space. Giving your bikes a wipedown are all part of the maintenance after all!

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