This is a version of the boarded tool chest from the Anarchist’s Design Book by Christopher Schwartz. The original plan was to go to a timberyard and get a decent set of straight-grained pine planks which I could throw through a thicknesser. Another lockdown put paid to that idea so this is made from DIY store pine which I thicknesses by hand. The grain did not make that enjoyable.
The corners are lap joints, with the nails skewed to help dovetail it to the side. I wanted to tongue and groove the floor, but ended up shiplapping it.
Starting to think about tool layout but the next step is tills, lid and skirt. So far my only complaints are difficulty fitting my moulding planes in a useful spot, and difficulty fitting my brace anywhere (but then braces are awkward anyhow).