When we made this metal and wood bar cart, things didn’t go exactly to plan, but we pulled it off in a big way! When we say that JZ comes up with crazy DIY ideas, this is what we mean. She wanted a wood and metal bar cart with a curved metal frame, but we have neither the tools nor the experience to bend (or weld metal).
With her “make it happen” approach and some seriously good “figure it out” from Daniel, we made this amazing bar cart using a firewood rack, bones of a good wine rack, wood, and lots of elbow grease. Now, the wine and liquor have storage! See how we did it in this video.
Pour yourself a glass of your favorite adult beverage, and let’s get started!!
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Circular saw –
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Oscillating multi-tool –
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Firewood rack –
Wood dowels –
Acorn nuts –
Threaded metal rod –
Aluminum angle rod –
Ball caster wheels –
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Decorative corner pieces –
Corner braces –
Spray paint –
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🎶 MUSIC AND EFFECTS ATTRIBUTIONS:
All my Shuffling – Silent Partner
Darktown Strutters Ball – E’s Jammy Jams
A Brand New Start – Track Tribe
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