It is not unusal to see bike parts repurposed into furniture, this search on Bike Hacks reveals posts we have done on bike related tables, stools, chairs, and lamps. One of my favorites from a previous post is this valve stem key rack -
When stumbling around the Internets I also came across various ways to integrate bike parts into cltohing storage solutions. Via the French Bike Forum Pignon Fixe comes the follow clothing hanger, perhaps one of the most expensive out there.
As it turns out there is a company, Urbane Innovations, that is trying to make a business out of this concept -
Ranging from $20 to $40 a pop, this is a hack that I don't think "true" hackers would be able to afford. This idea, credited to Massimo Brugnera, seems like it could be easily replicated by someone with some time on their hands.
And via core77 comes these hangers, created by a design student.
Creative uses for bicycle parts for posting on this site are always welcome.