Wall Locker

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BACK TO SCHOOL time has arrived! It’s still hard to believe that we will be sending out little man to kindergarten this year. To help keep us organized we built this wall locker for his backpack and school supplies. We also added a chalkboard to help remind us of due dates and upcoming school activities! We created this locker to easily mount on the wall anywhere with the option to add multiple lockers for when our baby girl starts school! For sneak peeks of our upcoming projects be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram. Also, follow me on Pinterest to get tons of projects plans from all around the web!

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Dimensions

DIY Wall Locker Plans - Dimensions

Cut List

 

DIY Wall Locker Plans - Cut List

How to build a Wall Locker

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DIY Wall Locker Plans - Step 1

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Questions? Comments?

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  • Linda Korb

    Love that you did a video 🙂 Nice job!!! I think this would be a nice project to hang in my 6th grader’s room 🙂

    • Thanks Linda! We will have a lot more videos happening now!

  • Linda Korb

    On a side note: Routers intimidate me so I don’t even have one…guess I’d better get on it!! LOL

    • You could always just nail or glue it to the back!

  • Hey Jamison… what a great idea! My kids always leave their backpacks on the floor, clogging up the hallway entrance. This project is perfect for them! My wife can even leave the daily choir list for them so that when they come home from school, they know what they have to do for the day. Thanks for the share!

  • Philip Borde

    What are the dimensions to cut of the chalkboard and beadboard? They aren’t listed on the cut list.

  • Mike Streza

    Jamison, I’m new to this, but this project looks pretty easy to build, so I gave it a go. I am stuck on the routing the insides. I have a Ridgid handheld router ($99) from Home Depot. You made it look pretty easy in your video. Is this just a skill to gain or is there a trick? I try and it just all over the place and I can not get a straight cut. Any suggestions? I have the frames built already I built 4 of them, cause I have 4 kids). Thanks and this project is so GREAT!!! Thanks in advance.

    • Hey Mike, do you have the right bit? The rabbet bit should have a collar on it that rides along the inside of the frame.

      • Mike Streza

        The guy at store told me get the straight bit. Does the rabbet bit stop it from going in too far?

        • Yea, you don’t want a straight bit. Check out the one I called out in the tools list. It will make your world a whole lot easier. https://amzn.to/2dGGQ1I

          • Mike Streza

            THANK YOU!!!! This is what i’ll get. Love the site and your work is awesome. Thank you big guy!!!

          • No problem. You got it man. Happy building!