After the pieces (pluse 2 other narrower pallet boards) were painted on both sides, I built the sides and back.
I attached 1x1's for the shelf brackets on the sides, putting them flush with the back.
I then made the shelves. I had some great boards for shelving. I added a piece of reclaimed oak across the front to "fancy them up" a bit, usind the air nailer since this was not structural.
I stained all the pieces at this point, much easier than try to get in the nooks and corners after it is assembled.
I screwed the shelves into the brackets, through the top. I could have used the kregjig through the bottom, but didn't have the patience plus this is pallet wood--not anything high end. I like the crude construction.
I put the top on, screwing down through the top. I was going to add a trim board across the top, but didn't. Now, looking at the pictures, I think I will add it back in, what is your opinion?
**Disclosure: This aint no Anna White tutorial, i.e., use the measurements that work with the wood you have ;)!