Most of the U.S. I guess says "drawers" like droors...as in rhymes with drawers. But there are places in the U.S. where they say "draws". Nearby you are also likely to find warsh (wash) and wudder (water). "Warsh your clothes in the wudder and put them in the draws."
In my youth, I liked to collect accents. I still have the ear but can no longer imitate them worth a damn. I can't even properly switch southern-U.S. vernacular anymore. But I digress...
Wood working is kind of funny. When you get side tracked on a software project, you close those files and open new ones. You can always go back. When you get side tracked on a woodworking project, that half-finished project sits in the corner taking up space. An archaeological dig at this point would be able to pull core-samples of a variety of unfinished projects but they really started with the dining room table I built. Got to final sanding and had a (relatively small) fire in my home office. That table became the central location for stuff that wasn't quite badly enough burned to throw out (I might need it!!!) but also wasn't important enough to bring back in the house. Having a giant unfinished table in the middle of your woodshop is a great way to start an unrecoverable landslide of improperly put away stuff.
Anyway, thus, my latest projects are all stuff I can build "on site" with portable tools. So I tend to buy kit furniture and customize it to my use. Most recently, I built a sideboard and some kitchen-style storage in our dining room.
I built this from a standard two-shelf book case like you'd get for your office plus some parts from a closet organizer system... and a bunch of hooks.
That was a while ago, though.
My most recent project was the wheel chair ramp for my wife... which is kind of in a different vein. This picture was some time back... I've at least finished putting the top rails on now. Weather and time hasn't been kind.