Below here are pictures of the cupboards, shelves, chests, tills and drawers surrounding and in my workbench.
This would be a general view as I work. Coffee mug, stevia sweetener, glue bottle and so on included.
In the bench I have my tills and a drawer and an added retrofit well because I needed a narrower bench for filming the videos. The main drawer has dividers to keep the tools aligned as much as anything. After a while tools tend to declare their place by returning always to the same spot.
At the main vise end I have three tills and the sharpening equipment. This is very convenient for me and here I stow additional chisels and things less used than in my main drawer.
End of bench tills are hand for small stuff but underneath the bench I have an additional storage area encased on three sides. Ugly stuff can go there like a granite proof block for testing and flattening plane soles and cutting edge tools like planes and chisels.
The well in the top picture holds a chisel tray and other tools including hammers and screwdrivers and gauges all of which poke through holes to keep them orderly and ready for reaching for too.
Here are pictures of the inside of my main tool cupboard that stands immediately behind me when I am at my bench.
This big tool cupboard is my favourite and I want to make one of these in a film for you. It seems to serve me as well as my bench and it is unlikely I would change a thing.
Saws above stack side by side neatly in saw kerfs cut equally at the back of the cabinet. Nothing fancy.
Here are my chest-on-chest tool chests. I love these for smaller tools and planes atop.
I like open shelves for my moulding planes. this works well for instant access.
The saws hang freely in a couple of spots in my workshop. Three actually. Really convenient.
Racks at the end of portable tables are great. I have a couple of these arrangements, one at each end of my bench so they are handy in glue ups.