This is still a bit of a DIY project, but the bulk of the carpentry is done for you.
Consider purchasing a couple of kitchen base cabinets and stacking them.
Standard base cabinets are around 24" deep. Not an issue for english saddles. But putting a western saddle in may not be possible unless you buy a very wide cabinet (or go 2 cabinets wide and attach them side by side and cut out the center walls where they attach) and add a door on the side.
The base cabinets can either be permanently stacked and fastened together, or latched together w/hardware to make moving/breakdown easier. You can easily buy a pre-fab Formica top or just cut a piece of wood to make your top. Add locks, shelves, saddle rack (consider reinforcing wall w/a 2x4 inside where you screw it in), hooks, etc as desired. For the most part, it's an easy way to get a sleek look for a fraction of the cost.
This can go fancy, or stay utilitarian depending on your cabinet style, trim, and color choices. Wheels could be added as well.
You can find used cabinets for cheap. Or check out scratch & dent outlets. Even Lowes has inexpensive pre-made cabinets that you could purchase.
It's a lot like nuts and bolts - if the rider's nuts, the horse bolts! ~Nicholas Evans
Last edited by KarrotKreek; 06-01-2012 at 10:48 AM.