I have a couple more coats of varnish to apply to the face frames and attach the tops and backs and they are done. Well a small amount of trim... ;~)
Anyway, this is how I attach false drawer fronts to the drawer assemblies. Very easy this way with little to no measuring if you use drawer pulls.
The bottom drawer is in and I have placed 1/4" shims on top of that drawer.
I then set the next false drawer front on top of the shims and attach with screws through the predrilled drawer pull screw holes to hold the false front in place. Then I open the drawer and place screws in each corner from the inside.
Than I remove the screws from the drawer pull holes in front and replace on the inside using the holes previously created from the front side. AND I attach a stepped indexing piece of plywood to locate the height of the drawer pulls.
I set the drawer pulls on that indexing piece and press into the points of the screws that protrude.
These cabinets are 43.75" tall and will have book cases that stand 78" tall sitting on top. A bridge cabinet between the top book cases will hang from the top. Total height will be just over 120".