After three years – it is finished! What a beautiful piece of furniture it is! My husband proved himself to be a good woodworker. The cabinet holds my embroidery unit and hoops and the hard cover for my sewing machine, plus a wooden insert that can fill the place where the machine sits. It goes up and down with a touch of the button as it is powered by electricity. We bought the electric lift at a quilting shop ( Stitch-N-Time ) in Greencastle, Pa. and moved it and all the pieces to Cleveland where he finished it. The four drawers are filled with all my sewing supplies and tools. The leaf in back can drop down when I do not need it to give me more space in the sewing room and as you can see from the pictures, the side shelf moves in and out and will be just right to press on and to help hold quilts as I quilt them. Also it doubles as a cutting table as it is a bit higher than most cabinets. It is oak and finished by using filler and clear varnish. It measures 25″ wide and 81″ long. With the leaf it is 49″ wide. As you can see it is on large castors for moving it if necessary.