Well, some one asked me to build this for them, the picture they showed me was a lot simpler, i wanted to get a little fancy. I laid out my design, and went out to the shop and started cutting.
I set my table saw, and cut out all the shelves and spacers so everything would be the same thickness.
I started to build the frames.
After building the first one i was not sure how i would attach the others to build it up, so then my neighbor comes over and he says use dowels, he was on the right track, but since i have a biscuit joiner, i used biscuits.
I built a section to be able to clamp it, and after it dries i built another section and added it on.
Once those dried, i added the wheels and stood it up to check the balance. At 4.5" thick it was surprisingly stable, i mean if you rock it it will topple, but pulling it back and forth was smooth.
I then started on the front face I wanted it to flow in the kitchen, so i took the router to it.
One the front face was complete, i glues and nailed it to the frame.
She was ready to go, i added plain flat trim to the fronts to hide the plywood edges of the shelves, puttied the holes, and sanded it, i was happy with the results, hopefully she will be also!