Have you ever thought to set up a coffee bar in your home? I did and I love it!
I Set Up Coffee Bar at Home out of pure necessity, but I love it! Check out the picture below of how I set up a coffee bar in my new home.
We are a divided household when it comes to coffee and coffee pots. So here is how I set up my coffee bar at home.
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Here is How I Set Up Coffee Bar at Home
We tried having two coffee pots on the counter top at one time, but it was really crowded. When we moved to a new home, I spotted the perfect space for to set up a coffee bar in my home.
I don’t have it perfect yet, but as soon as I find the right buffet for that space, it will be perfect. Until then I am using an old cabinet we had left over.
A Few Items I Bought To Set Up Coffee Bar at Home
I have picked up the items in my home coffee bar from thrift stores and other stores that I can’t even remember. But you can find awesome vintage canisters on Etsy like I have for my tea and coffee. Perfect to set up a coffee car in your home!
I buy cups and mugs at every thrift store I go to. I believe the bigger the better. If you don’t have thrift stores near you, here is a great assortment from Etsy to choose from. They are so cute!
I use a cute little red silverware box for stirring spoons and my tea strainer (it’s on the bottom shelf to the far right, red and hard to see). It just keeps things handy and the box is adorable. I found mine at the thrift store, but this Wooden Family Silverware Caddy would work really well….I love it!
I love my Coffee Shop sign, but I found some personalized ones on Etsy that I wished I had gotten.
If I Had the Room – Here Is What I Would Use to Set Up Coffee Bar at Home
This is the coffee station I really want, the Winsome Wood Jasper Storage Buffet, but it is too wide for my space. As you can see above, I don’t have much space for my home coffee bar ideas.
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If you have room, these are perfect. It has more than enough space for one or two coffee makers, my coffee, K Pod holder, cups, sugar, and all the extras you need for your perfect kitchen coffee station. The drawers are great for spoons and I love the doors as well. I keep my teas down there because I don’t want to see all the boxes, so I hide them in the door.
This is a great start to a set up a coffee bar at home. It’s fun because there is no right or wrong way, just make it your own.
Here are a few more great ideas to get your mind churning to set up a coffee bar in your home. This pictures came from Houzz.com, so feel free to run over there and look at their other ideas too.
Originally posted 2017-04-08 16:44:32.