I've never been in this area of Family Woodworking so please be kind.
Tired of tripping over my woodturning accessories, I decided to do something about them. Of course I have lots of respect for those of you who can buy flat sheets of lumber and make something out of them, so I said "hey I know these guys, if they can do it, so can I".
Because of my lack of experience I decided to start with a framework and build from there. I went to my local Habitat for Humanity Resale Store and, for $25, bought a wooden two-drawer legal-size file cabinet. In good shape, it has full pull out Blum drawer hardware, and nice deep drawers.
So off to the BORG, home with some cabinet-grade plywood, skin three sides, build a torsion-box frame for the casters, attach the lamp, power strip, grinder and WorkSharp, hooks for all the chuck jaws, and "shelves" for the chucks, drive, and live centers.
Front of the cabinet. Top is carpeted.
Right side with hooks for chuck jaws.
Back with fishing pole holder for the Wolverine Gouge & Skew & Vari-Grind Accessories.
Left side with power strip, lamp, and trusty carpet tape.
Top drawer "shelf" for chucks and accessories.
Nova chuck removed to show peg to hold chuck.
Bottom drawer with "shelf" to hold drive & live centers and Morse Taper tools.
So, there it is, my first attempt at "flat work" and I have to say I like having everything where I can find it and mostly out of the dust. As you can see I have lots of free space left in the drawers, so I'll add slots for sandpaper, etc.
In the future I'd like to build a turning tool rack and be able to store it on the back side of the cabinet. Stay tuned.