Loved this plan from the time Ana posted it long ago, but never had a need to build one until we moved into a new house.
I followed the plan entirely as instructed, except for the faux 2 drawer feature. It went together great. The most difficult part is making sure you keep everything square and you'll definitely want a kreg jig (I have a kreg jig jr and it works great) to keep the assembly as easy as possible.
I built it over the course of one weekend, but it took most of the next week to stain and apply polyurethane. Lots of drying time involved.
I spent around $50 total to build and another $16 for polyurethane and the handle. The stain I already had, but that would be another $10 or so, if you needed to purchase.
The direct link to the plan: http://ana-white.com/2011/01/farmhouse-bedside-table
Great project and plan to do do a second one for the other side of the bed.