My wife and I have couldn't decide where to start our DIY projects, so we picked the Kentwood plans out of a stack and got to work.
Ours are fashioned out of two 1x 12 pine boards, (7/8 x 11 1/4) cut for size. There is a great mom and pop lumber yard about an hour from where we are, and has spectacular prices on just about every kind of wood...saves us about 67% off the box stores.
We had some cedar tongue and grove boards lying around, so I used the cedar for the side and door panels. We also opted to add a shelf to the interior, measuring 13' off the bottom deck.
We did not finish the interior, aside from sanding the shelves, and putting on a top coat.
The top of the nightstands are made with scrap tongue and grove pine wall panels my father-in-law had sitting in his wood shop.
Really fun, enjoyable first foray into the ana-white.com community. Gotta say, having a Kreg jig makes joinery a snap.