If you’re missing your favorite coffee joint, why not make your own coffee bar at home?
Sure, you’ve probably got a coffeemaker taking up space in the corner of your kitchen, but why not jazz things up a bit and make a space that will make drinking your favorite brew more fun?
1. Corner coffee bar
Have a tiny corner in your kitchen being wasted? While this one was custom-built, anyone who knows their way around the workshop can modify a pre-fab cabinet to create the perfect brew space.
2. Instant coffee bar
Small space? Check out this simple idea – add a bright tablecloth or placemat, your favorite coffeemaker, etc. and you’ve created a DIY coffee bar with a minimum of fuss…or expense.
3. On the move
Don’t have space – or the option – of creating a dedicated coffee bar? Why not take one on the road…er, roll…with a moveable cart?
4. Repurposed coffee bar
This charming, simple coffee bar was designed with a refurbished thrift store find, some baskets and overhead shelf with wire baskets.
5. Going higher
No need to add furniture or built-in cabinets – take advantage of vertical space to create a simple, functional coffee bar.
6. Level up
Use several layers of vertical space to pack a lot of coffee making goodness in a small space.
7. Coffee Beans and Reclaimed Wood
If you’ve got moderate woodworking skills, you could create this beautiful coffee bar in your own kitchen.
And while you could use reclaimed wood, if that’s not feasible, new lumber can be made to look distressed using stain(s). Check out the tutorial for this build here.
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The Caffeine Addict’s Guide to Building a Home Coffee Bar