This is a photo of a cocktail trolley I made for some friends. This one is made of recycled treated pine for the frame and recycled Baltic pine for the slats. This one is stained Jarrah and has a gloss finish. I also made another on for some else and they stained it themselves using Merbau stain to match their deck. The trolley also has a wine bottle rack on the end and a rack to hols stemmed glasses under the top.
That looks like a very functional unit you've created there @GeoffB, and I'd imagine it very practical when having guests over. Did you add wheels to the bottom so it can move around? The addition of the glass rack was a nice touch as well.
Many thanks for sharing.
The trolley does have two wheels on the front legs, you can just see one at the bottom left hand corner of the photo.
The wheel is mounted on the inside face of the leg.
Thank you for the nice comment.
Quite intrigued by this build and would like to attempt to make something similar.
Did you or have you any plans l may be able to get hold of or was it something you "just knocked up"?
Good morning @micsul,
I used a couple of photos I found online to design the three trollies I made.
Please find the attached copies of the photos i used and the cut list i made.
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
The cut list is an Excel file.
I have tried to attaché it in excel and PDF formats but the Bunnings site does not support formats.
I will have to print it out and try to save it as a jpeg file then i can send it to you.
Please find the attached cut list in jpeg format, let me know if it is ok.
I other versions of the trolley I made the wheels a bit larger and deleted the removable tray sections and made the top beck a single layer the sabe as the bottom deck.