I haven't been able to set mine up like I want it as of now, but I do have several associated tools located in roll- around tool cabinets and top chests.
For my painting equipment and paints I keep all of the related materials and tools (IE spray guns, sanders, respirators, gloves, aprons, pressure regulators, paints solvents others) in the same fire resistant cabinet.
For my lathe and mill tooling I have 2 places 1 is on the wall where I keep all of my quick change lathe tooling and large drill bits the extra chucks are located under the lathe for the Mill I have a dedicated 7 drawer Kennedy roll around tool box it holds the collets end-mills various vices chucks and related articles for the Mill.
for my general mechanics tools I have far too many tool boxes way too full to be organized very well, but 1 5 drawer Chraftsman roll cabinet has nothing but pneumatic tools in it and my impact sockets 1" drive down to 3/8" drive the top 2 drawers have all of the small die grinders the very bottom drawer has the 1" & 3/4" drive impacts and sockets the 2nd from the bottom has the 1/2 & 3/8" stuff the middle drawer has the truck axle nut sockets and seal installing tools
1 7 drawer roll cabinet has my precision measuring tools another cabinet has things like cylinder hones gear pullers some specialty tools and other things. all totaled if I were to line up my roll cabinets in a straight line they would occupy a 35 ft or more section of wall So for right now until we get relocated to our new digs I have these spotted in 2 House hold goods van trailers. 1 of which also serves as my machine shop while the other one has 96 15" by 10" by 20" parts bins stacked 8 ft high along to walls in the front of that van and my large Leblond lathe that I am not using right now that van also has half a dozen of the roll around cabinets in it including 1 Snap-on 5 ft by 2 ft by 7 ft tall tool box.
My biggest problem is I have no place to set up my table saw, router table, vertical band saws, tile saw and all of the rest of my wood or ceramic working equipment so all of that is stored as well
1 tip for storing things that are humidity sensitive like used reclaimed metal automotive parts. for small items after I have them cleaned up I place them in a qt. or gal heavy duty freezer bag. Just before zipping it closed I puff a bit of 75/25 argon co2 mix in the bag for a few seconds then zip the bag.
I also use the gas in my left over paints that are only a partial can for some paints the ones that won't eat plastic film like glad wrap I press a sheet of this in the can over the paint all the way to the surface sealing out any oxygen.
Hope you get some ideas from this