I picked up one of the Ikea Detloff cabinets. I had to add a lock to it as well, since my kids will frequently be playing down there. And despite what that says about "no drill," that lock definitely requires drilling to install!
I had wanted to add extra shelves using Richard Helliwell's 3D printed shelf clips, but I couldn't find anywhere that would cut me some tempered glass shelves (again, the kids!) for a reasonable price. No one charged less than a new Deloff cabinet for a single shelf! This shocked me because most of the DIY guides said they got new shelves for the $12-19 US range and I was getting quotes in the $80 US range. So if anyone knows an affordable place to get shelves cut, let me know.
Oh, and a word to the wise, the plastic clips that hold the glass together must go on in a specific way that is easy to overlook. I had a lot of problems that stemmed solely from that.
So anyway, here's the shelf assembled and placed in my basement:
And here it is full of my NEEERRRRDDDD!!!! stuff:
A close-up of some Lego and Transformers:
And what most readers of this blog will want to see, some of my better models, including a front row that I haven't added to the blog yet!