Interior Decoration for Lockers: Useful and Fun for Your Daughter #LockerLookz
Even though we don’t think about it as adults, one of the coolest things about entering middle school, and then high school, is that you get a locker. When you are in the younger grades, you get a cubby, or even a desk, but those are open to the world. The locker, though – that is all yours, and no one can look in it without your permission. Like any space that pre-teen and teenaged girls have that is all their own, they want to personalize it to reflect who they are. No one lets them do that better than LockerLookz.
Riley is so excited to have her own locker this year. Since she is changing classes, she can’t leave her books or her backpack in the classroom, so she has her locker for storing her things. It is really a rite of passage for kids – once they get over the panic of the combination lock – and a fun place that they can make their own. We went to LockerLookz, and Riley and I both had a fun time playing around. The site is really easy-to-use. There are tabs at the top for each of the different categories: Wallpapers, Storage, Bling, Rugs, Lighting (yes, you can get a locker chandelier!) and Accessories. The most fun is to just click on “Design Your Locker” and create your locker layout using the menu on the right. When you are finished and have a layout you like, they make it simple to purchase the items. Just click on “Purchase this Design” at the bottom of the page and all items go directly into your shopping cart.
The LockerLookz aren’t just fun and beautiful, though, they are practical as well. All pieces are sturdy and well-designed, and are simple to install. Each piece, even the wallpaper, has strong magnets that will hold the items securely without damaging the locker. The pieces all coordinate well with each other, in fresh, vivid colors: pink, green, aqua, purple and black. There is a color for everyone. And all of the pieces are reusable from year-to-year; even the wallpaper is sturdy and non-tear.
The different pieces combine fun and usefulness in your daughter’s locker. The fashion bins are handy for holding pens and pencils, hair supplies, or whatever she might need quick access to. The dry-erase boards are handy for reminders, mirrors allow her to check for stray poppy seed in her teeth after that morning bagel, and jeweled magnets are great for holding papers she will need to be able to find later.
If you are looking for a fun, easy, and beautiful way for your daughter to ease her transition to middle school, or to express her own style at any grade, LockerLookz are exactly what you need. These are great decoration for lockers, and they are practical and whimsical. They will make your daughter’s locker the envy of the hallway.