How to build a cool sliding serving center for your backyard gatherings!

How to build a sliding serving center for your backyard gatherings!
Build a sliding serving center for your backyard gatherings!

What’s outdoor entertaining without a bar? If you don’t have one in your backyard or patio, then this DIY outdoor sliding serving center with a built-in cooler is perfect for you! This easy-to-build bar is the perfect addition to any outdoor entertaining space, and it’s sure to keep your guests happy all party long.

Plus, the built-in cooler means you can keep your drinks cold and close at hand. So why not build your own outdoor bar today?

Rolling Cooler Cart

The sliding serving center is a great addition to any backyard. It is fully functional and mobile, so you can move it around wherever you need it. It also has a sleek design that will look great in any setting.

It’s cleverly designed and makes entertaining guests a breeze. The built-in cooler ensures that your drinks are always cold, while the sliding top makes it easy to serve.To open the cooler, simply slide the cover over. The cover can also be used as a work surface, making this a versatile and practical cooler for any event.

It’s perfect for those who lack counter space in their outdoor area. It has a shelf for storing other items and wheels so you can move your serving center anywhere you want to. Plus, the sleek design is sure to impress your guests.

If you are looking for wood that will last for years, cedar is a great option. Cedar is a durable wood that wears well over time, making it ideal for outdoor projects like this sliding service center. Cedar is also naturally resistant to rot and insects, making it a low-maintenance option for your home. It is also a beautiful wood, with a natural red hue that can add a touch of elegance to any space.

If you’re looking for a way to add extra counter space and cooler to your backyard parties, then this sliding serving center is a great option. It’s easy to build and will provide you with the extra space you need to keep your guests fed and hydrated.

You’ll need these materials for this sliding serving center:

  • 19 pcs 1×2, 96″ long Cedar
  • 18 pcs 1×4, 96″ long Cedar
  • 5 pcs 2×4, 96″ long Cedar
  • 1-1/4″ Coarse Exterior Pocket Screws
  • 2-1/2″ Coarse Exterior Pocket Screws
  • 1/16″x3/4″x72″ Aluminum Angle
  • #8×5/8″ Sheet Metal/Lath Screws
  • #8×1-1/2″ Sheet Metal/Lath Screws
  • 1/2″x24″ Threaded Rod
  • #18×1-1/4″ Brad Nails
  • 2 pcs 8″ Replacement Lawnmower Wheels
  • 1 50-70 quart Chest Cooler
  • 1 pc 6-1/4″ Brushed-Nickel Bar Pull
  • 1 pc 10″ Brushed-Nickel Bar Pull

And these tools:

  • Porter-Cable Air Compressor
  • Wood Clamps
  • Cordless Drill
  • Hack Saw
  • Hammer
  • Miter Saw
  • Nail Gun
  • Pocket-Hole Jig
  • Sander
  • Speed Square

If you’re searching for some inspiration for your next home project, why not take a look at our gallery of outdoor bars with built-in coolers? These stylish and practical bars are perfect for entertaining guests in your backyard, and the built-in coolers will keep your drinks refreshingly cold. Browse our selection of outdoor bars and find the perfect one for your home.

These unique designs are sure to add a touch of style and functionality to your outdoor space. From sleek and modern to classic and rustic, there’s sure to be an option that perfectly suits your taste. Not to mention, the added storage and prep space can be extremely helpful when entertaining guests or hosting backyard parties. So, if you’re ready to take your outdoor living area to the next level, be sure to check out these amazing options!

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