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The justifiably famous Studley tool chest--and there are additional layers of tools. Just look how every inch of space is used beautifully.

Studley tool chest, built in the by piano craftsman Henry O. In a x deep box, he was able to expertly design spots for around 300 tools. This is amazing.

The Studley tool chest

The vintage tool chest of master carpenter and free & accepted mason H. Studley became the inspiration for two "Fine Woodworking" posters and for the magazine's July 2009 tool chest contest.

It’s not often that the storage of tools rivals the projects they’re used to work on. In the case of H.O. Studley, his custom built tool chest stands as a work of art and proof of the love he had for his tools. Inlaid with ebony and mother of pearl, it’s the work of 30 years of consistently improving on the organization of the tools, and adding beautiful little details. A full list of the tools it contains can be found here.

The Studley Tool chest, invented by Henry O. Studley (b. A wall hanging tool chest which cunningly holds some 300 tools in a space that takes up about 40 inches by 20 inches of wall space when closed. Why don't we have craft like this anymore?

This carpenters tool chest is just as insanely great empty as it is full.

Just a car guy: Amazing, Stephen Wright has duplicated the Studley tool chest in wood. that is an amazing tribute to a masterpiece. Look at the film and be amazed, I am.

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This stunning Cuban mahogany tool cabinet was made by Arthur Sorrill of West Bromwich, England when he was only 19 years old. It’s believed that the vertical-styled tool cabinet was built som…

build this cabinet with everything inside this cabinet.

Not man cave. My cave. Man Cave Man Cave The Garage Journal This is my new favorite site for male clients. The design elevates a man's tools and hobbies into a noble space.

Woodworker: Steve EftimiadesThe obvious influence for this tool chest is the H. Studley tool chest (FWW but Eftimiades credits Michael Dunbar for instilling in him an appreciation for hand.

H. O. Studley Tool Cabinet - the vintage 19th-century tool chest of master carpenter and free & accepted mason H.O. Studley

Studley Tool Cabinet - the vintage tool chest of master carpenter and free & accepted mason H.

Carpenter's Tool Cabinet - antique    I wish this was mine, so beautiful!

The vintage tool chest of master carpenter and free & accepted mason H. Studley became the inspiration for two "Fine Woodworking" posters and for the magazine's July 2009 tool chest contest.

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