Lockers have become stylish over the past decade
because of the proliferation of high end spas.
Most clubs have upgraded to wooden lockers, and steel lockers are usually
now only found in the most functional settings like gyms, schools and offices.
But for lifestyle-type applications, these are some of those I saw online.
With cold bottled water in a little fridge
Spinner to remove excess water from swimsuits
Upgrading to wooden lockers make locker rooms more elegant.
Lots of them don't even use keys anymore.
You punch in your security code et voila!
Works just like a room safe in a hotel room.
This is at a resort in Hawaii, so it has a relaxed tropical feel.
They used louvered locker doors which is perfect for tropical weather.
Individual dressing tables make the room cozier too.
With plain, simple doors for a sleeker look
More S-shaped paneled lockers...
And this is what it looks like inside
This is a very functional layout,
back to back with sinks (or I should say "front-to front").
Again louvered doors. Granite counter is contrasted by a rustic bench.
With mood lighting--nice!
You still have to be careful though because lockers can give a false sense of security.
It's still wise not to leave any real valuables in it--just in case!