Green Spotlight: 7 Ways to Use Salvaged Lockers

Green Spotlight: 7 Ways to Use Salvaged Lockers

Stephanie Kinnear
Dec 18, 2008

While browsing through some house tours at the AT city sites (one of our favorite ways to pass the time) we happened upon this image from Jason and J.R.'s Well-Connected Home.

We really like the idea of using salvaged lockers as a storage solution. The possibilities seem endless. So we started poking around ...

Indeed, the possibilities are endless -- and all of them seem to exist here, in the AT archives.

How about lockers in the office to organize your tools of the trade? That's what Paper Pony did after giving these salvaged lockers a fresh coat of paint.


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Refurbished lockers could go in the nursery. They'd work as a place to store clothing and toys. These lockers are a substitute for a closet in Charlie's room.

In Lee's Mod Mother-in-Law-Suite, the lockers go in the bedroom for extra storage.

In Dave's New Place, the lockers are right up front, in the living room.

Lockers work great in a loft -- they keep with that industrial feel. Here they're used as a kitchen pantry.

In Xing's Eclectic Bellevue Home, lockers make for exquisite kitchen cabinets.

We could go on, but we should probably stop here. If you want more, just use "lockers" as a search term over at the main AT site. Go ahead, if you've got a free afternoon!

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