Scott's first attempt at cabinetry was a tool cabinet to hang in the garage/woodshop. It's based on a pattern from Woodsmith (Notes From The Shop, No. 42) He chose quarter-sawn white oak for the body of the cabinet and birch plywood for the face of the cabinet. It was Scott's first box-joint corners, and they turned out great. Inside is pegboard to make hanging tools easy and neat. Aviva at first argued that the wood was too nice for the garage, but she got over-ruled and Scott got a beautiful cabinet for his work space. Aviva picked out the heart-shaped door pulls. Notice the great flaking on the side view.