The final project for our graduate school shop class is to build a tool locker using wood joinery. The parameters of this project allow us the ability to get however creative we want as long as we demonstrate the appropriate joint connections and fit within the outside dimensions given. The shelving and outer carcass pieces are 1/2" Baltic birch, while the front face frame is yellow oak. These pieces were joined together using a series of dodos and rabbet joints, and finished using Danish oil and polyurethane. The door is two pieces of Sapele that are biscuit joined together. I finished the door using Danish oil and spray lacquer.
PROCESS PICTURE. These are the shelves and outer carcass pieces that are drying after applying a layer of Danish oil.