I can still use my Faraday cage as a file cabinet with files in the front and stash my electronic gadgets, radios and spare parts in the back of the drawers.
For additional information about building, testing and installing Faraday cages, click the link below and check out the videos:
Please share. Here is the link to this instructable with all the steps on one page:
Has suggested using cardboard to electrically insulating the contents of the Faraday cage from the bare metal inside the drawer (see comments below). One or more cardboard boxes inside each drawer should work fine.
Below is some additional and I think authoritative information on faraday cages:
Here is the bio for Arthur T. Bradley, Ph.D (Nasa engineer):
Here is an article he did on making your own faraday cage (have a look):
Here is his book: