This DIY serving station is a great project, with so many ways to customize it. We asked some of our favorite bloggers to build the DIY serving station based on a Home Depot serving station tutorial and add their own twist to the project.
The results are so clever and quite impressive. Take a look at these six unique examples of the DIY serving station for inspiration.
If you like to grill, you’ll love what Brooke from All Things Thrifty did with her version. Small hooks create space for hanging grilling tools and tools, while the rest of the space is perfect for housing spices and other accessories.
Do you need a little organization in your life? Amber turned her project into a mail station over at Damask Love, creating the perfect place for housing file folders, stationary and baker’s twine. Magnetic primer and chalkboard paint make the front a perfect spot for to-do lists.
With a few extra touches, Maryann from Domestically Speaking created a summery serving station complete with a nautical theme. Blue spray paint finishes the wood while a stenciled compass and rope handle complete the beach-inspired look.
Make entertaining guests a breeze with a clean, all-white serving station just like Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe. Keeping the project simple creates the perfect backdrop for colorful and classy drink and snack accessories, like this bottle opener.
Finally, over at The Yellow Cape Cod, Sarah created an all-black version of the serving station to use in her dining room. She used black hardware to personalize the look of the project and D-ring hangers to make the mounting hardware less conspicuous.