These DIY grilling carts were built by some of our favorite DIY bloggers. Each one is functional and attractive, but each also has its own style. In some cases, they started with a grilling cart tutorial by designer Ben Uyeda of HomeMade Modern, but added their own touches to the project.
Check out these awesome DIY grilling carts to get you inspired.
Grilling just got a whole lot easier with this customized cart by Katrina at Chic Little House. Pocket holes hide the screws, while casters on the the front legs make this BBQ station extra portable.
For her take on the grilling cart project, Jamie from C.R.A.F.T. used boards from old wood floors to create a cooler enclosure. With room for ice-cold drinks and hooks for accessories, this cart is a one-stop shop for both cooking out and entertaining.
Iowa-based Michelle of Decor and the Dog is ready to cook out with this cool grilling cart that features galvanized pipe. We love the side trays for extra storage. This cart will make any grill master look both stylish and organized.
Jen from House of Wood put a collegiate spin on her grilling cart by coordinating the colors with her dad’s alma mater. Metal, cedar and butcher block combine to make a sturdy work surface for prepping and cooking.
Clean lines and sleek black make Chris of ManMade DIY‘s grilling cart the perfect backyard accessory. From prep station to storage solutions, his cart can be used to make all of your grilling needs both stylish and accessible.
With this beverage cart by Jaime of That’s My Letter, you can keep drinks cold and guests happy. A slightly wider design create room for both a cooler holder and a cutting board area. Shelves allow room for accessories, water and snacks, making entertaining a breeze.