No longer just for text books and afternoon gossip, we admire the straightforward storage school lockers provide. Seen in these interiors, they lend an old school, vintage appeal to a space.
Above and below: Chicago-based interior designer Angela Stone favors a “bare, stripped down urban salvage aesthetic” that incorporates a mix of unique pieces and ordinary affordable furniture. Seen here, she uses vintage steel lockers in her home to store essentials.
Above: Along with your local salvage shop, the online store School Lockers is a good option for sourcing compartments both new and old; starting at $45.
Above: Originally seen in Cottage Living: A rustic kitchen that mixes stainless steal and battered blue lockers for storage.
Above: Those looking for a more customized look should consider the 2 Pillar Vintage Steel Locker by Twenty Gauge. The company will customize to the size and color of your choice.