Lets just say first off that I am fairly handy. I can work basic power tools, understand basic engineering/structural needs, am very comfortable with exact measurements, and am pretty creative/ have an "eye" for what looks good. Our new house is wonderful; we love it. But being 100 years old, it has only ONE bathroom, and very small at that. I have been trying for weeks to find a cupboard or cabinet (a free-standing 'tower' or linen closet) that is TALL enough to actually hold all our bathroom "stuff", but still SHALLOW enough to go against the only available wall and not take up too much floor space. The perfect dimensions would be: 70-78 inches tall x 30 inches wide x 10 inches deep. Unfortunately, anything tall enough and wide enough is 16 inches deep in all the stores I've looked at! It seems to be an industry standard. (or, those that are 10" deep are only 16" wide and 54" tall; just not enough storage to justify the price of $199-$300!!) So, I have decided to build it myself! I have drawn up plans from all sides, measured and re-measured my space, and contemplated how many cabinet doors/open shelves we would need. Now, I'd just really like some construction techniques! I saw a special on TV about "biscuit joining", and it looked very easy and good for frame-style cabinet doors. I guess basic glue-and-screw for the basic cabinet-box, as well as some of the shelves. Other shelves will be adjustable. Am I being too ambitious? Never having built furniture before? Am I forgetting anything? I'm ready to go buy materials, but wanted to do my last "HT Reality Check" before I bit the bullet!!!!