For a lot of people, their garages are more than just a place to work on sweet project cars -- they're often the main hangout. They watch the game, smoke stogies, play cards, and enjoy the occasional pop while shooting the breeze with the neighbors.
With those people in mind, the folks over at Craftworks have designed the ultimate sleeper: a 4.4 cubic foot refrigerator that is a spot-on match for a toolbox. This incognito cooling device will keep your beer and soda nice and frosty for you and your friends, while serving as a terrific decoy when the spouse's family comes over for a visit. The top of the fridge acts as a makeshift counter for when meal-building is in order, and a lock will keep unwanted guests out of your stash. The only problem with the Craftworks fridge is that it costs about $350, which is about three times what you'd pay at the appliance store for similarly-sized yet more benign refrigeration.
We like it anytime someone puts forth the effort to design some utilitarian decoration for our beloved garages, but we take issue with the contents in the product shot above. After all, who puts Slim Jims and peanut butter in the fridge?