I included some pictures of very rudimentary drawings I did of all the cuts of wood you would need to build these if anyone wants to take a stab at it. The drawings are rudimentary but you can definately build from them
Another idea I got from the kentwood posts. Actually this was a brag from another user that got the idea from the kentwood nightstand post. So I took to building it. It is built out of solid pine. For middle shelf and bottom shelf are cut from 3/4 thick plywood as my local store didnt cary pine large enough for the shelves and I did not feel like gluing slabs of pine together. Though I ending up putting slabs of pine together for the top, because I wanted that to be pine like the rest of the nightstand. I drilled a few pocket holes in each piece of pine. Glued the edges and screwed them together with pocket holes which worked out great and I didnt have to clamp and wait for them to dry. The inlay on the door is something I found at my local home depot. It I glued it on and put a couple of pin nails around the eadges.
I finished the night stands with a cream white latex paint and glazed over the paint with valspar antiquing glaze which gave it a great ages grayish look. Then sprayed it with a couple coats of Varethane Soft Touch Matte Polyurethane. Which I dont recomend using. I only used it because it was the only matte poly I had laying around. If I were you I would opt for a much better poly to go over waterbased paint like General Finishes High Performance Poly. The top I stained with General Finishes java gel coat and Gel coat poly. I wasnt digging the way the gel coat looked on the pine nor did I like the color of the stain paired with the color of the nightstands. so I have since then sanded off the gel coat and stained the top an onyx which to me looks a lot better. Sorry I do not have any pictures of that.
Off white water based paint
Valspar Antiquing glaze
General Finishes Gel Stain
General Finishes Gel Top Coat Polyurethane