I decided to try building the Hand-Tool Cabinet featured in the April/May 2011 Woodcraft Magazine. I needed something to hold my growing collection of hand tools and measuring “stuff”. My hardware supplier didn’t have any nice walnut when I went so I made it out of cherry with tiger maple raised panels instead. When my wife saw how it was coming together she decided it was WAY too nice to hang in the garage and she wanted it upstairs instead. To make it a little more usable I added a second, adjustable, shelf to hold cookbooks and some rosewood door handles. I gave her a small set of hand tools and mounted them in the cabinet and mounted grill tools on the other side. At least it does get used for some tools. The last picture is what it SUPPOSED to look like.