Locker decorations that pack style

Help your tween over the mid-year blahs with tricked-out locker accessories.
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YOU’VE BEEN FRAMEDPics of BFFs and heartthrobs get special treatment with these magnetic frame decals. $20 at PBteen, 2111 N Clybourn Ave (773-525-8349). Photo: Andrew Herner
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GET THE HOOKUPBrightly colored hooks keep essentials such as keys and headphones handy. $20 for a set of three at PBteen, 2111 N Clybourn Ave (773-525-8349). Photographer: Andrew Herner
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PETAL POWERA magnetic jeweled flower helps your tween feel her locker has that pulled-together look.$8 at lockerlookz.com. Photographer: Andrew Herner
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NEAT & TIDYYour little diva can reapply her lip gloss and get to math class on time with this mirror/pocket organizer. $10at PBteen, 2111 N Clybourn Ave (773-525-8349). Photographer: Andrew Herner
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OLD-SCHOOL GLAMThis mini chandelier has a motion sensor and hangs with the help of magnets. $26 atlockerlookz.com. Photographer: Andrew Herner
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PERFECT COMBINATIONThe WordLock Text Lock uses letters instead of numbers, so remembering the combo is a cinch. $7at Dick’s Sporting Goods, 5601 W Touhy Ave, Niles, and otherlocations (847-779-8800). Photographer: Andrew Herner
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PREFAB FUNCheery wallpaper comes as four precut, tear-resistant panels. $21 at lockerlookz.com. Photographer: Andrew Herner
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COMFY COZYA color-coordinating shag rug is a warmalternative to cold metal. $10 at lockerlookz.com. Photographer: Andrew Herner
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NAME IT Design-A-Skin locker stickers from Personalization Mall let kids express their individuality. $13 at personalizationmall.com. Photo: Erica Gannett
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NAME IT Design-A-Skin locker stickers from Personalization Mall let kids express their individuality. $13 at personalizationmall.com. Photo: Erica Gannett
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BIN THERE A pair of coordinating storage bins keep supplies handy, and stay in place thanks to sturdy magnet backing. $11 at  lockerlookz.com. Photo: Erica Gannett
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MAGNETIC ATTRACTION Large, colorful magnets keep forms, papers and tests within easy reach. $9–$14 at gratefulgraffiti.com.  Photographer: Andrew Herner
By Judy Sutton Taylor |
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