Locker-style, maple cabinetry in a dark coffee hue hides the washer and dryer when not in use and provides ample storage space for laundry supplies. Natural quartz countertops stand out against the dark cabinetry.
KIDS BEDROOM, AFTER: This newly redesigned bedroom is a perfect oasis for a tween boy with a sports inspired theme, just enough color and its own bathroom. A custom painted locker and stylized art give the room unique character.
This cheerful laundry room also functions as the mud room for the young family. The tile floor and walls are easy to clean. Storage is a mix of closed cabinets, open shelving, pretty baskets and even lockers for each family member.
An asymmetrical gallery wall loaded with inspirational sayings, family initials, graphic sketches and giraffes brings lightness and fun to this eclectic playroom. Retro locker-inspired cabinets almost disappear against the white wall, keeping the space from feeling too busy.
Lacquered cabinets with long, nickel-plated handles and straightforward stone counters lend the air of a laboratory to this galley kitchen. Note the vintage French gym locker used for additional storage. Blenko glass decanters from the 1960s add a colorful accent.
This mudroom features a simple locker design that has space for everyone. Tile floors can take the abuse from kids, pets and wet shoes. White shiplap is adorable with the traditional coat hooks. The blue pendant light is a charming touch of color.
Blue, white and gold paint create a big-top-tent effect over this whimsical, travel-inspired nursery. Revived vintage lockers serve their original purpose as storage while adding a unique element to this space. Neutral walls help to neutralize the bold ceiling.
This cozy, contemporary space, known as a warming hut, is connected to a luxurious Lake Tahoe home. It features sleeping quarters, a full bath, bar, ski locker room, fireplace, patio and hot tub. The house offers direct ski access and panoramic, 180-degree mountain views.
The new doorway leads guests into a spacious foyer. Adjacent to the front door, vintage lockers add to the home's youthful charm and provide the essential storage space five kids require. The home's original front door was reused and modernized with a vibrant red paint job.
This playroom exudes personality — from the initials on the wall to the deer art and graphic rug. School locker-inspired cabinets provide a great storage space for toys and supplies and also serve as a place to display art, candles and a lamp. The fireplace and wicker chair add a homey feel to the room.
This traditional mudroom offers stylish storage for the entire family. Individual "lockers" are decorated by colorful kids' artwork, while open cubbies below offer convenient shoe storage. Traditional architectural details, like the transom above the doorway, add interest and a crisp, clean aesthetic with bright white paint. A checkerboard pattern on the hardwood floor is a lighthearted touch.
A vibrant shade of blue, this kids bedroom is the perfect design for a boy. Space was limited, so a slipcovered armchair and small acrylic desk provide a place to work on homework, while the mirror includes an indoor basketball hoop to practice the perfect shot. The dresser resembles a locker, adding to the cool factor.
Dark grey paint adds drama in this living room by HGTV's Property Brothers. The large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings a rustic, industrial feel. Two vintage side chairs upholstered in bright blue fabric break up the space, and the star-shaped lighting installation helps the room feel warm and inviting.
This contemporary cottage living room is inspired by the homeowner's love for old pieces that tell a story. The wood over the fireplace is from an old barn, the coffee table is an old wagon and the side table is an old military locker. Designer Tip: Mix up the old with the new. Buy a few select pieces that have history and incorporate them into a contemporary space.
A family of five uses this patio for play and relaxing coffee breaks in Decatur, Georgia outside Atlanta. Designer Gina Sims found the lockers on Craigslist and color blocked them for visual appeal. Backpacks, coats and shoes are all neatly contained within. The children's self-portraits hang above. This porch/patio is now super comfortable and inviting; a great place to unwind for both the work-at-home mom and her children.
There's no way to look past the eye-catching art at the heart of this dining room. The piece brings color and vibrancy to an otherwise-neutral design scheme. Industrial-style barn doors and lockers bookend either side of the space; each is utilitarian and art in and of itself. Using stools for dining chairs means more seating space: It's easier to cram more of them under a table, as they tend to be smaller than traditional chairs.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott designed this living room to match the homeowner’s bright personality. The original cement flooring was stained a warmer color and dark gray paint was added to the walls, while the one wood-clad wall was kept as a feature. The large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings an industrial feel to the space. Two vintage side chairs and an old leather sofa were reupholstered in bright colors and prints, and a star-shaped light bulb installation was mounted on the wall as a finishing touch.