20 DIY Locker Ideas | DIY Formula

20 DIY Locker Ideas

We stumble upon lockers on a regular basis be it at school, at work or the gym. But what if there are some cool DIY locker ideas out there? What if you can turn a simple locker into something amazing enough that can serve both as décor as well as storage room for your house?

The following DIY locker tutorials and ideas will help you repurpose and organize a locker to suit your needs. You will save money and time while you’re at it and stylize your rooms a bit without too much effort.

1. DIY Locker Magnets

Find out how you can make some cute magnets to decorate your locker. It’s an excellent locker organizer that will help you keep your things in check.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 30 minutes
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2. DIY Locker Wallpaper

Learn how to make the perfect locker wallpaper. It will look absolutely stunning and will barely take a quarter of an hour.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 15 minutes
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3. Cool DIY Locker Accessories

Organize your locker with the help of some cute DIY locker decorations.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: about an hour
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4. DIY Locker Organizer

Learn a few tips and tricks to keep your locker organized and find your things easier. Keep all your locker supplies in one place.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 20-30 minutes
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5. DIY Magnetic Board for Your Locker

Magnetic boards can be expensive, so here is a tutorial that will help you create a magnetic board on your own, using just a few supplies, saving money and organizing your locker in a cool and effective way.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 10 minutes
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6. DIY Hacks for Your Locker

A tutorial that includes useful hacks for your locker. It will improve your locker organization and give you a few ideas on how to make sure everything is in its place. For more back to school ideas check out these awesome DIY school planner tutorials!

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 20 minutes
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7. DIY Locker Rug

A faux-fur rug will keep your locker looking cozy and stylish. It’s easy to make and it will certainly add a unique look to an otherwise bland environment.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 20 minutes
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8. Useful DIY Locker Shelf

Find out how you can better organize your locker by following a DIY locker shelf tutorial.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 15-30 minutes
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9. How to Paint Metal Lockers

Find out how easy it is to paint a metal locker. If you’re looking for ways how to decorate your locker, you need to start with the base first.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 2-3 hours
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10. Easy Locker Decoration Ideas

Use paint and different items to decorate your locker in any style you like. Here are a few cute locker ideas that will separate yours from the rest.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 1 hour
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11. Bins for Organizing Your Locker

A neat video tutorial on how to make your locker more interesting and more organized. A couple of bins will do the job.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 15-20 minutes
Materials used:

  • Cardboard
  • Fabric or paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Magnets

12. DIY Locker Calendar

An excellent way to keep yourself organized. This beautiful colored locker calendar will look stunning, bright, and certainly add a bit of life to your busy schedule. You can switch the shades however you like and mark out the days.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 20 minutes
Materials used:

  • Picture frame (13.5 x 17.5 or  16 x 20)
  • Paint samples
  • Poster board
  • Glue
  • Ruler
  • Pencil

13. DIY Locker Tote

A beautiful tote is perfect if you don’t have too many things to store. In fact, it’s perfect for preschoolers who only need a change of clothes and a few knick knacks. This is an ideal DIY locker idea to help your kid stay organized. Something that will go perfectly with your new locker tote would be a DIY pencil case.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 1 hours
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14. DIY Locker Organization

Learn how to organize your locker in a more efficient way. All you have to do is take heed of these couple of steps to make it look good and neat.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: half an hour
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15. Washi Tape Locker Accessories

Find out the many uses of washi tape. These school locker decorations can be customized to your liking and in the patterns you wish.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 30 minutes
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16. The Locker Wall Bed

A homework station is the absolute perfect locker accesory you need. Keep all your things organized. All your pens, pencils, rulers, and everything else will be neatly categorized for easy access.

Level of difficulty: medium
Duration: 1 hour
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17. DIY Painted Lockers as Storage Room

You can turn lockers into pieces of furniture that also work as storage room. With a couple of DIY locker decorations, it will look unique.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: a few hours
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18. How to Spray Paint a Locker

An easy guide on how to spray paint a locker and refresh its look.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 4-5 hours
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20. DIY Key Holder for Locker

Create a cute framed key holder in your locker. You will never lose your keys, and you will have an easy time keeping them organized.

Level of difficulty: easy
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Materials used:

  • Picture frame
  • Hooks
  • Paint
  • Paint brush

Conclusion

With so many DIY locker ideas out there, it’s hard not to find something to suit your style and decorating ideas. Try any of these tutorials out if you plan on maximizing your space, saving some money and keeping your things organized in a cool way. Make sure to check out these DIY school supplies as well before you’re heading back to school.

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