"G" is for Grill Cart / Bar Cart



Today it's a grill cart / bar cart just in time for summer!  I built my own version of the grill cart that is part of The Home Depot DIY Workshop coming up this Saturday, June 20th at 10am:


I can't wait to show you all how to build the grill cart Ben Uyeda of HomeMade Modern designed for the workshop!

This Saturday, June 20th, I'll be at the Buffalo store #1286:

The Home Depot #1286
4405 Milestrip Rd
Buffalo, NY  14219


Below you'll find all the details on my version of the grill cart.  I actually made the grill cart into a bar cart for our purposes.


The bar cart is wider than the Ben's grill cart and has a cooler compartment made to fit a standard 30 quart foam cooler (about $3 at The Home Depot) or you could line it with a big plastic bag and just plop the ice and drinks right in!



Plenty of shelf space for storage and serving items.


The copper towel bars and hooks fancy things up a bit.  Also I intentionally choose screws with a brassy/copper color to attach the metal vertical supports because they add a decorative industrial look.


Copper fittings make great towel hooks!  I'll show you the details down below how to make these cuties.


If you're curious and want to learn more about how to make a grill cart please join us this Saturday, June 20th at The Home Depot.  Click on the bucket to register, type in your zip code to find the nearest store hosting the workshop.


And now for the plans to build my version of the grill cart / bar cart.

Always use caution and follow all safety requirements when operating power tools.


Materials:                                                    
           
6 - 2x4x8 studs        
4 – 1x8x8 boards
3 – 1x4x8 boards
1 – 2x2x6 board
1 – 1x6x6 board
4 – 2x2 angle irons @ 36”
3”, 2” & 1 ½” screws
2 ½” & 1 ¼” pocket hole screws
4 - casters


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