In one of otherwise inexplicable when-it-rains-it-pours moments, I've come across three different wall-mounted bike storage options in the past week.
First up, we have "Mama" by London-based furniture designer Matt Elton and graphic designer Matteo Baldarelli. It's a simple metal shelf that holds a bike along its top tube, with a few well-placed holes for accessories. As of press time, it comes in a white or black powdercoat.
Next up, the Cycloc, which looks something like a funky pot, with a unique rotational mounting mechanism:
I like the concept and I appreciate that the hardware is largely concealed, though the final product doesn't quite suit my taste.
Last but not least, London-based upstarts Quarterre—they made their debut a few days ago, at Clerkenwell Design Week—offers a couple different wall-mounted models to choose from: "Branchline" (above), a wooden floor-to-ceiling rack for two bikes, and the abstruse geometry of "Hood" (below).
All of their products are distinguished by subtle leather detailing.
Quarterre also offers a standalone bike rack called the "Shadow."
Still, I have to say, I think I would go with Knife and Saw's "Bike Shelf" (below)...