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Basket Lockers

Basket Locker 4 up x 3 across. Shown in steel frame with pink baskets, other colors available.

Item code: BL4x3-STLPNK

$2,232.00
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We reclaim vintage baskets and basket locker frames that meet our high standards and transform them into exciting storage solutions for the home and office. 
Our 3 up x 4 across Custom Basket Lockers are nostalgic, durable and provide a practical way to organize all of life's bits and pieces in a small space. 



Shown: Pink Powder Coat baskets with a Brushed Steel Clear Coat frame.



  • PRICE: Prices vary with added options, please call for pricing 323-692-1400


This vintage furniture has been finished to last. We follow a strict internal process, quality controlled prior to releasing the piece to you.
See “Our Process” page

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STANDARD FEATURES: 

Any color combination 

Any configuration

Metall number plate

Padlock ready

OPTIONS:

Add tiers (taller) 

Add columns (wider)

Custom leg height 

Add a shelf 

Add a glass top

Add a wood top 

Add casters (wheels) 

MODERN USAGE: The possibilities are endless when it comes to basket lockers. Because we specialized in customizing to our clients' specifications, we have seen many uses over the years: children's rooms, kitchens, vanities for the bathroom or bedroom, and as lockers in yoga studios and gyms.

ANECDOTE: Lockers of all sizes have accommodated the need for temporary storage for schools, public gyms, pools and beaches. The jury is still out on the exact time frame that steel lockers first appeared on the scene, but we guess that it coincided with the evolution of other steel and stainless steel products.
 Vented lockers, like our steel basket lockers, were utilized in gyms and water recreation centers, and were designed to air out wet clothes and shoes.
 One of the first college gymnasiums in the United States was built by Harvard University in 1820. Harvard updated that facility in 1860 to house two bowling alleys and a dressing room.

NOTE: These pieces are vintage and although we pride ourselves in hand picking the best possible antique pieces, they all will show "character marks", minor dings and dimples acquired over years of service.

 

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