While I may not go "full Ralph" the chair making tools need a home. Currently they are mostly on a shelf over one of the benches but some are scattered and stored other places. My thinking is to maybe have a tool chest just for chair tools.
That leads to what kind of chest, how big, should it fit under one of the benches or be on wheels, and how "fitted" to the tools. I've made and used both classic western tools chests and Japanese tool chests. They both work, the Japanese is an easier build, the western is prettier (maybe, kinda, depends on your taste).
My western tool chest is stuffed to the gills so it is out but another smaller one could be built. I have an empty Japanese style chest that is used with a portable bench and the motorhome.
I'll spend some time seeing if things will fit but I expect it is a little big and I expect whatever chest I decide on will require a few individual boxes for some of the cutting tools.
BTW, just what I need, another project. Then again I may just go sharpen some chisels and forget about it.