Jack, the owner of the shop, and very close friends of ours, is a hero for just saying yes to building it.
Gord, is my hero, because he made it EXACTLY the way I wanted it. He asked me, if he could swear at me, and call me names while he made it. When I said, "Do what ever you want (I knew he would anyway), I just don't want to hear it." He then gave the OK.
You see, I wanted him to groove the shelves into the wood. Not use clips to prop them up. I'm sure a company that made these for a living would do that without a hitch, but this company makes kitchen cupboards. So, he had to groove each self separately. That is 120 individual small grooves in this cabinet. They had to be straight and level with each other, AND go right to the front of the cabinet without actually breaking through.
Some may consider it pricey($400), but considering it's custom made, I got it for a steal! It is 7 feet tall, and 21 inches wide. I needed it that size, since I only had one spot in my room that it would work. No, he will not make you one for that price. Retail would be A LOT higher.
The cupboards on the bottom are still empty (I only got it about 1 hour ago...hehehe), but there are no shelves in them. I am going to use it for storage of my magazines, books, and whatever else I can cram into there. The biggest thing was just to get my paper flat.
I can hardly wait to get my room organized. I will have a tour for your when it is done. Don't expect it anytime soon. I have to work on it bit by bit. Have fun and happy stamping!!