173 Tools Home Office Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
woodshop
Ideabooks2,398
Questions1
How do you put those tools on the wall?
Antique tool display on walls of shop
Tools organized by use? Wood heating stove.
Tools with collect able tools on wall. Pegboard.
Like the display of tools - could display some of Jimmy's old tools.
workshop takes its tool hanging to a new level: The wall looks as if Marcel Duchamp composed it.
If you are proud of the collection of tools you have built
over the years – why not display them? The different shapes and finishes of tools can make for an eye-catching wall feature – as well as a handy one if you are prone to not being able to find things you need!
Liberate your toolsThis is a pretty impressive shed, but you can recreate this ordered look
look on a smaller scale by hanging a peg board down one side of a shed or garage. It’s perfect for hanging tools and equipment, putting an end to rummaging in a bulging toolbox. Keep little hands safe from harm by hanging the board out of reach.What do you keep on your peg board? Share your storage secrets
“Design” — Neeraj Gour
Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
1 Review
Block Island Residence
Ideabooks1,100
Questions2
map as a teaching tool … they can be quite outdated!
Classroom maps. Old-fashioned pull-down classroom maps add a studious note to a room. Try one in the home office, study or dining room. Just don’t expect to use a vintage map as a teaching tool … they can be quite
classroom maps add a studious note to a room. Try one in the home office, study or dining room. Just don’t expect to use a vintage map as a teaching tool … they can be quite outdated!"
classroom maps add a studious note to a room. Try one in the home office, study or dining room. Just don’t expect to use a vintage map as a teaching tool … they can be quite outdated!
to use a vintage map as a teaching tool … they can be quite outdated!
“Floor, maps” — smithkellyv
Naiztat + Ham Architects, P.C
29 Reviews
Modern Loft
Ideabooks691
Questions0
important to remember that drafting and design software, like anything else, is just a tool. And unless you’re willing to dust off the drafting board and break out the pounce (remember that stuff?), you’ll need a drawing tool in the form of CAD (computer-aided design) software to create your drawings in an
architects and designers. I understand just how personal a decision this is, because it’s used almost every single day. So my goal isn’t to endorse one tool over another. That would be the equivalent of my telling you to sketch using only an ultrafine-point black Sharpie when you prefer Sign Pens or crayons
“Sexy Library / Office” — Vanessa Lauren
JDS DESIGNS
3 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks14,510
Questions13
H: Peg board with hanging tools
the hanging tool space is handy
peg board painted white for tools
tool holder on wall (could go on outside of closet door?)
love the chandelier lighting and the board that the various tools are hanging
Like the hanging board for tools and storage right by the desk
Put it on display. I love using pegboard in craft rooms, where so many tools and smaller items need to be within arm's reach. This homeowner showcases pegboard, keeping it front and center. You can hang tools of the trade like scissors, brushes and crafting gadgets.
and set squares, and how they often jostle for space in overcrowded boxes and drawers. A peg board is the perfect place on which to hang all these tools, so they are ready at a moment’s notice. For extra style points, try grouping items by colour.
“peg board” — Stephanie Lackey
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks1,805
Questions2
feel surrounded by it in a cluttered way. His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils
feel surrounded by it in a cluttered way. His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
feel surrounded by it in a cluttered way. His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
“cabinet” — Ho Ngeesheong
Eclectic Home Office
Ideabooks8,195
Questions3
painted tool box for counter top organization
Skirted table/ old tool box
Tools box...Tool box
“Skirt on table” — crystaltime
Kevin Browne Architecture
6 Reviews
Architect's Studio
Ideabooks9,957
Questions5
Studio EssentialsWhether you work from home or rent an office space, you’ll of course need a set of basic tools and items to do the work. A place where you can plug in your laptop, a place where you can sketch, brew a pot of coffee, hold your meetings and do your
office land line.Internet connection. This is your link to a broader world and your gateway to marketing your services. It’s one of the most powerful tools you’ll use. Bundle phone service with your Internet connection if possible to streamline costs. All-in-one scanner, fax machine and printer. I don’t
“Cool hammocj” — morejonma
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Woodchuck Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks7,158
Questions7
landscaping, the condition of the roof and exterior, natural light in each room, storage space and cost per square foot. Consider this chart a personal tool — something you can look back on to help guide your decision making, not a substitute for a good home inspection.
to point B will have a detour or two. Make sure these little side trips won’t send you over the edge.A spreadsheet program such as Excel is a good tool to use for developing a budget, as you can continuously update and modify it as you work your way through the project.
“Desk” — csimmons005
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™