Every grill master needs the proper cart to store his/her tools while feeding family and friends this summer. As part of a series titled 28 Easy Summer Weekend Projects, This Old House provides step by step instructions on how to build a grill station to compliment your grill. Initially designed by Tony Digani this is a great idea for a place to store your cooking tools and set your platters of food. The is cart assembled from wood planters and metal-wrapped plywood, and costs around $150 to build.

What you will need: Below is a supply list for your grill station, and you can find detailed instructions by visiting ThisOldHouse.com

1. two 14-inch-square wood planter boxes

2. two cabinet door catches

3. 4-by-4-foot sheet of ½-inch plywood

4. 2-by-4-foot sheet of 0.09-mil galvanized sheet metal

5. hooks6. two door pulls

7. four 4-inch strap hinges

8. four 3-inch casters with locks

9. 2½-inch deck screws

10. 1-inch deck screws

11. 4d galvanized nails