I really enjoy doing these custom closets, every one is different and has its own challenges.
This one is fairly simple, open shelves followed by a 6 drawer dresser. Then a double set of closet rods @40" and 80", with a storage shelf around the top of the whole closet. I normally keep everything 18"-20" off the floor. It's obviously not done, gotta put the drawer fronts on on Monday.
I'm really bad at taking pics during the project.
But I will get more once I'm done.
I had to make a 0 clearance throat plate for the table saw for the dadoes on the drawer sides, so I made this jig up. I used 1/2" ply for the plate and didn't have time to make it sit flush with the TS top, so the fence wouldn't go over the plate, that's the reason for the stacks of 3/4" ply. Not ideal, I know, but it worked
Here's the CSMS stand that I prefer to use also, I like to keep sandpaper, block plane, coping saw, ect all right next to the saw. Eventually I will drill the 20mm holes in the top for sanding, and clamping material to. It amounts to 1 sheet of plywood 15" base doubled up and glued and nailed. Then do the math on how tall the "blocks" need to be, put the top on, throw some screws in and go to work.