This is one job. And the largest I've ever done.
A little fuzzy on the details, but from memory:
The job is all inset.
90%+ painted, the remainder being Walnut, with one very small Maple butcher block in the kitchen.
84 Drawers, solid birch dovetailed drawers. Blum 562H slides.
88 Drawer Fronts, a bit less than 2/3rd's of which are five piece fronts.
7 Roll out trays, (mine are dovetailed)
2 Trash Roll Outs.
89 doors, flat panel, ogee sticking.
I think there's 42 boxes, I'm not sure on total footage.
There's at least a dozen wood tops.
PLUS! I had the monotony of making over 200 cedar brackets for under the eves, (I've got a bunch more to do next week for the detached garage). I don't know the architectural name for the part sadly.
My little shop, is cramped to begin with, the last couple of days as the last few boxes were being built, it was really tough to size doors/drawer fronts to the openings. Made for some long walks to edge sander for things that were in the far corners having to walk around everything.
Plus the shop is a flippin' mess. I hate a dirty shop. I sweep up almost every day, but haven't been able to do a thorough blowing out with the leaf blower in a few weeks, and that typically happens at least once a week. I like there to be little to no evidence other than the results of wood being cut.
From this point it is 55' to the overhead door!