This bookshelf cabinet is upstairs in a room that is just at the top of the stair dividing the adjacent rooms. To build these, they are pre-fabbed in the shop in parts with one coat of finish paint on top of primer and then installed on site. Then a final coat of paint is applied after caulking is done. The following photo is shot from the top step of the stairs. The base section is 30 inches high.
Here is a pine wall cabinet that was built and installed finished to match existing pine trim that was already in the house. The existing baseboard was incorporated into the cabinet at bottom, and the wall shows through in the cabinet sections above.
In order to match stains as many as five stains are mixed to acquire the right tone to match. Fluted pilasters are dividing the upper section that continue to the floor on the base section. There is an open section under the top center so that the cabinet may be used as a desk also. The upper shelf is fixed, while the rest of the shelves are adjustable. All the doors below are inset into the frame.