As you can see, this was missing knobs when we picked it up. Actually, this is with three added knobs compared to when we picked it up. The bottoms of the drawers were pretty banged up also, and the back was kinds sloppy. It definitely made sense for it to go to the trash for someone who didn't have the time or skill to redo it.
Jeremy repaired the drawers, replaced some of the framework with recycled pallet wood between the drawer-fronts, took out the top drawer (which was missing the bottom completely, and was my request) and closed off the top of the second drawer, and then painted the entire thing solid white.
We already had black cloth baskets from Walmart for each of the kids in their closets for underwear and socks that they keep in their closets, but the shelves are so high that they can't reach them on their own. At the age of 6, our son is very independent and prefers to get himself dressed, so having the ability to get his own clothes would make him feel a lot better.
The baskets we have just happened to fit perfectly in the spot where the top drawer was, so it works nicely.
Here is a finished picture. What do you think?