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the tool chest into the island.
Unique with teh red tool box.
love the idea of a tool chest!!!
interestnig..the red is a tool chest
What's good for shop tools is also good for kitchen tools.
Great idea for kitchen drawer storage...re-purpose the tool cabinet...
thin strong shop tool drawers would work well in kitchen. Repaint or pick up chest color in chairs, art, etc.
What's good for shop tools is also good for kitchen tools. The slash of red enamel breaks up the light wood cabinets
Craftsman tool chest in kitchen island
tool box in island- think would be good outside for grill accessories
What's good for shop tools is also good for kitchen tools. The slash of red enamel breaks up the light wood cabinets in this contemporary kitchen. A red wall and red leather counter stools play off the tool cabinet's color.
Dirk Denison Architects
Place for tools that are easy to access in utility closet
place to put tools or it could be a pantry but have
Not a bad idea to have some tools in the laundry room. We wouldn't have to go outside to find one.
magnetic strips for tools
Tool storage in small space
Tool household repair room
Tool Shop alcove...Tools storage...Tool closet...Tool area...Shop for dima...micro shop...indoor shop...tool storage...tool closet...tool rack
Flow Wall System
of Flow Wall hooks for tool storage http://www.flowwall
Even tools r on the wall
Like all power tools on wall
Hanging space on wall/ outlet nearby to charge tools/ cabinet for
Tools hanged....tool storage...tom shop/tools...Tool organization...Storing power tools...For shop and garage...Organized tools...power tool storage...tool organizer...My tools
This garage features our Race Deck flooring in a pattern of a black and white checker board. The blue walls are accented by the matching blue movable tool boxes. The space is finished with gray melamine custom cabinets.
- Auto shop organization & tools
Mark Hickman Homes
Where does this set of tools come from??
Are those tools in a recess or is that an optical illusion?
Add a closet on the side to store garden tools and lawnmower
Attached to outside of house for yard tools and supplies. Want two on each side of air conditioner.
Great little space for garden tools.
This is a 2nd picture of the tool hanging in
an afternoon in the tool shed organizing, cleaning and prepping tools for the next growing season. Simple soap and water will take care of cleaning most tools, while pots and clippers should be cleaned with a mild solution of bleach water to prevent plant disease.
Get your tools ready. Good steel
steel wool removes rust from tools stored over the winter. To prevent rust on smaller tools in the future, insert them into a container of dry sand so air can't get to the metal.
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
Billie and Ruby's place
tool chest as bedside table, sliding door, faux grass (?) on wall
like tool box as night stand
tool chest for boys night stands.
tool chest - perfect for oldest & new apartment
5. Tool chests. A Craftsman tool chest is possibly the most durable bedside table option. Its steel construction, glossy red enamel finish, multiple drawers for storage and heavy-duty casters are defining characteristics. It’s also one of the few bedside tables that locks.
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
The oversized obelisk serves to conceal the air conditioning unit as well as provide storage for additional gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
Wow, this is so perfect on so many levels. I love it! AC cover/tool shed that keeps things up at eye level and out of sight. I always thought you'd have to put up a fence around your AC Unit and hope it doesn't look
garden tools, etc. - fishing rods & nets?
To hide air conditioner and tools
Great way to hide yard tools.
This large obelisk provides more ingenious hidden storage, hiding an air conditioning unit and larger garden tools, like rakes and hoes.
Hand ToolsWhat to do: The most important tip for tool maintenance is to clean any dirt off the metal parts. Oiling the metal or spritzing it with WD-40 will get you