We've been watching the swirling interest in lockers online and thought we'd jump in with a little overview. Having worked with a number of clients who have active children and have been in need of a sturdy hallway solution, lockers are a fun solution for kids. For those of us with no kids and no worries, lockers can simply be a refreshing alternative to wood and chipboard laminate.
1. Pottery Barn Teen - a whole set of locker furniture, from computer desk to bookcases - from $300
2. Sundance Catalogue - vintage 50's originals stripped down and ready to create your own locker room - for $2000
3. Sonrisa Furniture - recycled originals stripped to the steel in many different sizes available - from $450
4. Thistle and Crowe - you design what you want with these retro lockers - from $260
5. From Twenty Gauge in LA, lockers come in multiple combinations and shapes from "basket style" to "upright style". These are not vintage but new, so you can choose your colors and any dimensions that you want (This post was first published on 8.4.05, Second published on 2006-01-10 - MGR)