I'll be building a small box soon, and one of the things I'll be drawing inspiration from is this photo I found online:
I like the leg design of this box a lot, but it occurs to me that this is effectively an end grain to long grain joint (butt joint), or certainly no better than a miter joint, so it could benefit from some reinforcement.
My stock will be in the neighborhood of 1/2" thick, so there's not a lot of room to work with.
I thought about maybe some sort of mitered box joint (completely invisible once assembled), but I don't have the time or the skill to cut all of the necessary mitered box joints by hand. If I can't think of anything better I might try my hand at putting together a mitered box joint attachment for my table saw box joint jig.