At the link you can follow along and use the free plans to build this handsome keepsake chest box.
Cutting diagram only for this storage bench project as it appears from Workbench Magazine Issue #298.
This wood storage chest is made of solid oak, is easy to make, and is a convenient way to store items where space is limited. Its portability allows it to be moved from room to room with ease when needed.
A prototype in cheap wood for a future project in walnut. Standard six-board construction with nailed leather hinge. Pattern taken from chest on the Mary Rose, including spandrels in front.
Building a cedar chest is a project that can be fun and practical. This simple, butt-jointed cedar chest can be built from one, 1 x 12 x 8 ft solid cedar board plus a few other necessities.
This treasure chest measures 12 X 7 X 8 1/2 inches. I used a vacuum form mold to make the curved top and dove tails for the joinery.
Here is a practical spice chest and planter of Pennsylvania Dutch design.
Build this graceful chest of drawers with the full instructions provided by WoodCentral.
At the link you can download the free measured drawings to build a blanket trunk with legs.
This article is a survey of chest construction and decoration techniques in the hope of inspiring woodworkers to build more medieval chests.