Locker Bench by Artspace Industrial – upcycleDZINE
Photos © Artspace Industrial

Many movies and tv series show school lockers, so almost everybody knows what they look like. Personally I’ve always loved them, don’t know why. Maybe just because the design is so straight forward. Today I came across these beautiful locker benches by Wes Bennett | Artspace Industrial. What a great idea to use these old school lockers.
Locker Bench by Artspace Industrial – upcycleDZINE
Photos © Artspace Industrial

The lockers are brushed to get this nice shiny look. And besides looking great, you finally have a piece of furniture that combines a bench with a place to store stuff.
You could say ‘two for the price of one’!

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Design by Artspace Industrial


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    • Hi Jeff, on upcycleDZINE we post about upcycle design. We don’t sell it [not yet]. Best thing to do is to contact Wes Bennett, the designer, on his Facebook page. See link in this post. Hope you’ll get all the info you’re looking for.


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