When considering decorating your home, I will bet you rarely turn to the fitness center for inspiration. However, for storage options, great old gym lockers are hard to beat.
With the current trend of using industrial elements in design, lockers are turning in many surprising of places, like the dining room, such as. Have a look at this assortment of photos for inspiration on how best to bring a little bit of locker room chic for your living room.
Salvage Keys, joanne Palmisano
Employed as a mudroom/coat closet, salvaged lockers continue to fulfill their intended purpose while incorporating a little bit of whimsy into a family room.
David Churchill – Architectural Photographer
Low lockers make a wonderful buffet at an eclectic dining area. They supply perfect storage for extra utensils and dishes, and clean up in a snap in case of a spill.
Because of their virtual indestructibility, lockers and children’s rooms go together. For fun, consider giving them a punch of color like this bold yellow.
Consider using drawer lockers to substitute a dresser at a child’s room. Mixing and matching the colours on each drawer creates a little unexpected visual attraction.
Employing locker-style cabinetry at a bathroom might not be completely unexpected, but it’s a smart idea!
Low lockers make an appearance as an entrance table in this living area. Placed beside front entrance, they can even be utilized as handy shoe storage.
Peregrine Design Build
This children’s bunk space ingeniously uses a wall of lockers as a means to accommodate storage for numerous guests at any moment.
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
This contemporary space is gets a fun industrial touch with a unique coffee table comprising foot lockers on casters.
In a living area, lockers include the element of industrial chic when supplying additional storage. Consider using them to save games, extra blankets, reading materials, or even DVDs.
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