Elevate your morning toast-and-coffee ritual: DIY coffee bars or stations are a useful way to make your kitchen more cosy and friendly. With a little ingenuity, your tight kitchen corners and tiny walls can be totally functional. Here’s 11 home coffee bar ideas in case you want to create the perfect little spot for all your morning coffee dates.
With a little ingenuity, your tight corners and tiny rooms can be totally functional. The dead area beside the refrigerator and the window framing didn’t allow to install a full width storage solution, but this angled custom cabinet is the perfect place to tuck a built-in coffee bar. By Thomas Philips Woodworking, photography by Leanna Rathkelly.
This blogger’s DIY coffee bar replaced a dining table when she moved into a smaller space, and was inspired by visits to her favorite cafes. How simple and brilliant is that? See more at Offbeat and Inspired.
We love the idea of repurposing an Ikea Lack library this create stylish coffee bar in a small kitchen. Plus it’s easily paintable so you can match it with your existing decor. Via Only Deco Love.
This lightweight home coffee bar furniture piece is a great option if you like something you can move around and align along the wall when you need space. More photos and info at Design Sponge.
An eclectic collection of food-related menus, posters and butcher receipts hanging on the bright yellow wall make this vintage inspired coffee corner instantly more friendly. Photo by Amy Clark Studios.Keurig K55 Coffee Maker ($98.00)
If your kitchen layout doesn’t allow for a space fully dedicated to build a coffee bar, custom cabinetry offers neat alternatives. Each inch of this custom built kitchen cabinet is maximized to store a coffee machine, cups and mugs. Design by Jane Lockhart Interior Design.
This white rolling cart is another clever mobile solution for a coffee station while the artworks on the wall creates an artsy atmosphere. Check the full tour of A Beautiful Mess headquarters.
Chalkboard paint is not only for walls! Try it on doors and furniture too! This improvised coffee bar cabinet doesn’t require any hard work. A repurposed cupboard will do the trick! Photo by Sarah Greenman.
Another good example of a built in coffee bar in a contemporary kitchen cabinet. Note the recessed lighting fixtures above the coffee maker! By Brayer Design.
This sweet little table from a thrift store makes the perfect little spot for morning coffee dates. Mixing vintage style with modern appliances is another example of the vintage modern interior trend. By Life More Lovely.
If you’re into rustic farmhouse, this coffee bar table makes a functional yet cosy addition to your kitchen. Photo via Everyday Enchanting.
Are you inspired to create your unique DIY coffee bar plans?