What I want. In a tool chest.

2 thoughts on “What I want. In a tool chest.”

  1. I’m a little late to this party, but I don’t get notifications when you post.

    If your glue joint is sound, you’ll never have to worry about the “fault line”. A glue joint is stronger than the wood surrounding it. Test that theory for yourself – glue up a joint and then try to break it. As far as joinery goes I would recommend tongue and groove, if anything. But again, if the joint is well made it will be strong enough even if it’s just a butt joint in long grain.

    And if you’re careful with grain matching, you should be able to conceal it as well.

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