After I have read the post in the Usenet Newsgroup on a particular card storage box, I had to look for myself. Especially after someone posted a photo of the wooden box with VtES cards in it. So I went to the outlet of the well-known swedish furniture manufacturer, and I after inspecting the product called "Fira", I bought two pieces, that is two large(r) boxes with 9 small(er) boxes in it, both made from wood. Unfortuantely I had to assembly this piece of engineering ingenuity by myself. After buying wood glue (not really required, but I mistrusted, the nails/screws-only solution), I wanted to start the work at home, but I apparently I missed the essential tools. I searched desperately for a screw-driver and a plier (and found them) for quite some time, but a little hammer wasn't to be found, so I eventually lend one from my neighbour (thanks!).
So finally here's my little do-it-your-self how-to:
Left: The basic package with all the contents plus the equipment I used to assemble the card storage box(es).
Right: The contents of the package with one of the small boxes pre-assembled.
Left: The parts of one of the small boxes. 8 nails to fix the whole box, I used wood glue for extra strength.
Right: Assemblying one of the small boxes, this one has a front, a side and the bottom part put together.
Left: Small box with nails sticking out. Time to pick up the hammer!
Right: The assembled big box, where you see the three levels. Each of the levels hold three of the little boxes.
Left: The final assembly, the big box with the 9 small boxes set in. The wood is not treated in any way, but can be painted, oiled, waxed, etc.
Right: Complete box with some cards. Each compartment holds ~700 cards, so you can store ~6300 cards in the whole box.