Glad you asked, I'm kinda proud of it.
Was in a camper, alone, for 5 years, and had a space which kind of evolved, with a lot of plastic drawer units filled with plastic bags, didn't work very well.
When we moved here Anne wanted me to be within talking distance of the kitchen. I wanted a view and LOTS of storage. Well, there was nothing in front of the sliding glass door (the side that dosn't slide). We managed to find kitchen wall cabinets that matched the cabinets in the kitchen, both at yard sales. One cost $5, the other $10. We also found drawer units (12"W, 24"H, 15"D) with 6 small drawers, for only $24 at a discount store (had to shim out the drwrs so they wouldn't slip off the runners). The cabinets sit in the corner, one on top of the other (on the right), the drawer unit sits on the other side. The table itself (work surface) is a oak stair tread, varnished to match the cabinets. It sits between the two cabinets, and on top of the drawers. It required a bit of shiming on the cabinets/drawer unit to get it right, but that was easy. The work surface is small, which I like becouse the mess never gets too bad, before I have to pick up. I have a lot of storage space which also makes it easy to pick up. I also got thread racks at craft/sewing store, and put them on side of drawer unit, Anne dosn't like the look, but hasn't become vocal about it...yet. Inside the cabinets and drawers I have plastic storage boxes, had to experiment to find sizes thet fit. Cheap at dollar stores. Didn't like all the plastic bags, as I had to take tham all out to find what I wanted, and they usually covered the floor. Now I have the plastic boxes labeled, and can pick out just what I want. If I was any bigger it wouldn't work. Too low, and too narrow, but I fit in just right. AND!!!! it matches the kitchen, and IF I close the cabinet doors, actually looks good.
The cedar cabintes sound like a great idea, I have the little cedar closet chips in my drawers/cabinets. I also like the idea of the 3 ring binders. Almost went that way myself. I store my necks, and saddles in the plastic boxes SWIFFER wet refills come in. Each box holds three necks/saddles comfortably, and fit the cabinest well. It helps to have an anal clean freek around.