My grandmother likes making "theme boxes" like these, because her dollhouse is huge and pretty much finished (read: so stuffed with things there wouldn't be room for a fly in it). And since she wanted to make one of a Pharmacy, I decided to make her a box and a pharmacy cabinet. How to make the box seems too self explanatory to make a blog post out of.
The cabinet takes some time, but it's entirely doable if you work precisely.
The dimensions of this back piece are 16 x 13 cm.
The two shelves hereunder are deceiving, because the top shelf is not to be used as a shelf but as a support for the upper front panel. I realize there is milk on almost all of my pictures, but it's because a. I drink gallons of it and b. I use those heavy boxes to hold things that need to try.
As you can see there is now only one shelf left. And then it was time for the itty bitty work, to cut out 14 pieces of 1,5 x 1,5 cm. I didn't make real drawers because it seemed impossible to do, but if you feel you're up for it, please do! The realer it gets, the more fun you have once it's finished.
Using this terpentine wax of a rather dark color, I painted the cabinet a darker, older looking color, and finished it was! I used big pony beads for the knobs on the drawers, and just paper for the labels.