StoneGable is a place where you can get a really good cup of joe! We are huge coffee drinkers and a coffee bar is a must in our kitchen. Today I’ll show you how to put a coffee bar together so you will be drinking coffee in just about 10 minutes! I used things that I had in my basement and that took a little while to find but getting all the coffee drinking elements together was easy! Let’s create a coffee bar!
Today on the podcast we are talking about HIGH TECH HOME! You won’t believe all the goodies for our homes that are on the horizon or almost here! I loved this episode!
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It’s also 10 MINUTE DECORATING… THE KITCHEN EDITION! Make sure to check out the great 10-minute kitchen ideas at the end of the post
A coffee bar is a fixture on one of my kitchen counters. I’m changing things up and creating a new one for the fall! You can make one too. Even if you have just a little room!
START WITH TRAY OR BASKET TO CORALL YOUR COFFEE ITEMS
I chose a long rectangle basket to hold my coffee bar. I love the texture of the basket for fall! When all the things you need are in one convenient place you might be apt to drink more yummy coffee!
The coffee maker is to the left of the coffee bar!
PUT YOUR COFFEE PODS INTO SOMETHING FUN!
We have a Keurig and lots of assorted coffee pods. I’ve had them in galvanized canisters for awhile but now I’m using an ironstone soup tureen. How pretty is that? And it holds lots of those little coffee pods!
Keep your pods or coffee beans in a pretty container.
BRING OUT YOUR MUGS
Why keep your mugs and cups and saucers away in a cupboard? I use a low bottle dryer and hang our mugs and a few cups on it ready to use! The top of the bottle dryer holds the cup’s saucers.
And make sure you have a little space for some fresh flowers.
Clean off your countertop and make room for a kitchen coffee bar!
Here are a few other things to consider adding to your coffee bar if you have the room…
- spoons in an ironstone pitcher to stir coffee
- small plates to use as a spoon rest
- sugar bowl
- shaker of cinnamon, nutmeg, cocoa or other flavors you like
- a jar of biscotti or other treats
Here are more 10-minute decorating ideas in the kitchen!
I’m also part of a fabulous fall tour…
There are so so many great fall ideas for you!
Mantels on Monday
Tablescapes on Tuesday
Wreaths on Wednesday
Printables on Thursday
Porches on Friday
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