In the proud Hearth.com tradition of taking photos of one's home-built contraptions I figured I would show a few photos of the woodbox I cobbled together (I'm not a woodworker) out of scrap tongue-and-groove pine, plywood and 2 x 4s for the frame. Other than buying a piece of trim to "pur-ti-fy" the front and purchasing a plastic bin for the inside (for easier clean-up of the dirt, sawdust and wood scraps . . . and any moisture that might collect) everything I used was just kicking around in my all-too-messy garage. First pic . . . shot of the woodbox and woodstove with all four cats lounging around enjoying the heat (note: my wife and I are still renovating the living room so this is why there's no trim on the window or floor yet) Second shot . . . shot of the woodbox . . . and Lucky (the black cat) sprawled out in front of it Third shot . . . side shot showing the hooks I screwed into the side to hold my extra pair of gloves, flashlight and small broom (originally I was thinking about drilling a hole into the poker/broom/shovel but opted instead to keep them hanging on the metal caddy Fourth shot . . . shot of the inside . . . not too pretty since I was burning some knarly cherry and maple on this evening. Shot shows the plastic tub and a plywood sheet separation for my kindling.