Forget A Junk Drawer And Put A Husky Tool Chest In Your Entryway Instead

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There are plenty of reasons people might not want a giant tool cart in their foyers. People who use the word “foyer,” in particular, might resist such a thing. The wood top does warm up the industrial look, as Schmidt observes, but it’s still a glossy metal thing with chromed handles. To say nothing of the logo, which is rather more prominent than you’d normally see on what amounts to a dresser. (There is a “blacked out” version that’s gloss black with black trim but, as Schmidt says, it’s inexplicably more expensive than the black-and-chrome one … currently $648 versus $398.)

For others, though, this isn’t a particularly whacky idea at all. In fact, it might constitute something of a trend. Another TikTok video pro, @connorrrnewell, says his Husky workbench is his favorite home office furnishing, and turning your Home Depot workbench into a kitchen island has been a thing for a while. Duramax offers a line of rolling workbenches specifically designed to work within the home, but they’re comparatively expensive: A 48-inch Duramax workbench is currently $711 at Home Depot. The use of wood drawer and cabinet door fronts and standard pulls makes the workbenches more interior-friendly, though the vintage industrial vibe with riveted corner bracing might not suit everyone’s tastes. There are also consumer-focused rolling workbenches made by companies like Gladiator and Seville, but these are more industrial-looking than the wood-topped Husky models. Sometimes it’s just better to go with industrial than faux-industrial.

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