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“Bubbles of boiling water poured straight into the vessel, the rustle of a brand new packet as a wooden spoon digs out dark morsels of wakefulness, packed with care into the upturned cap, fasten the seat belt – lock the moka to its pot and right atop the bustling flame.
Hot steam carries the atomic granules on its back from the basement to the terrace, extracting earthy, syrupy notes into a spring of complex liquid.
Slowly, the fizzling, fading sound of the fountain brings whispers to the ear ‘your cup of morning nectar is ready, dear’.
A dash of milk frothed into foam, no sweetener for the royalty but some for the novice crowd.
One sip of the magic potion, delight and warmth spread the bitter, strong and smooth melody of earthy java, it is a good morning after all!”
Some of us wake up on the wrong side of the bed and grumble throughout the day while others just wake up to whine and groan only until their first gulp of liquid gold aka coffee. A drop of the magic potion and a sudden rush of energy wakes in them a fresh readiness to take on the world. But then they hit the first bump on the road or the dreaded ‘afternoon slump’. At 2:30 in the noon, they are all set to hit the sack, the weak succumb but the stronger reach out to their noon pick-me-up mug of coffee and power through the work day.
You might not be addicted to coffee but you would still be able to appreciate its stubbornness against shutting down your brain on an exam night. Or you might just enjoy a steamy cup on a winter morning to kickstart your day and resist every urge for a caffeine boost thereafter. Or even better, you might be so accustomed to your coffee routine that now no amount in your body affects the mighty take-over of the sleep monster.
If you are a member of the dedicated coffee-enthusiasts clan, then this article on the ‘best coffee station ideas’ is meant just for you – considering that a coffee station is not a desire but a necessity in your life. But even if you are an in-betweener or an amateur and looking to create a cozy, coffee nook to whip up the fresh, awakening aroma of a latte in the morning, you might be enticed by the charming ‘coffee station’ ideas that we are about to present to you in this article. So grab your favorite cup of java – a cappuccino or a latte or a plain old espresso – as we take you through this joyous ride!
Things To Keep In Mind Before Designing A Coffee Bar/Station At Home
Before getting out your chalk and mapping out the look of your dream coffee station, you ought to understand the basics behind a successfully designed nook. There ought to be a clear intention and direction, a layout that suits the available space, a storage setup that houses all the equipment and an assessment of the style that coordinates with your home decor.
In this section, we will try to break it all down for you and help you understand each element that will help you produce the best-looking and the best-fitting coffee station for your home!
I. Space configuration and choice of layout
First and foremost, you need to assess the space that you are going to dedicate to your cafe-at-home setup. Depending on whether it’s going to be a part of your kitchen or donning a corner of your living room, you can decide on the right type of coffee station.
If you would scroll through the coffee station ideas on Pinterest, you would find a blinding variety of designs and layouts to choose from. But there are five broad types of layouts that can simplify your first consideration, namely, a counter-space arrangement, a dedicated piece of furniture like a bar or cupboard, a roll-away cart situation, a locked away java-setup or a space-friendly coffee nook.
- A counter-space arrangement
If the kitchen has some empty counter space that you have simply not figured out how to utilize, then this might be your chance to transform it into a coffee setup that gets your guests impressed. Usually, these designs are less elaborate than having a separate cupboard for your coffee needs and are more suitable for people who use only one or two pieces of trusted equipment to brew their perfect espresso shot.
However, this does not mean someone with a complex coffee routine cannot take advantage of this coffee station setup, all they need to do is focus on housing their statement equipment on the counter and employ storage tricks (more on this later!) to accommodate complementary pieces and accessories. This is a budget-friendly layout option but might hoard away some of your counter space so it is well-suited for larger kitchens.
2. A dedicated piece of furniture
Having a separate piece of furniture completely meant for your caffeine kick opens up a world of opportunities to play around with design and storage. The piece of furniture that forms your centerpiece could be a new or refurbished cupboard, a bar setup, or even a console table. This kind of layout is suited to a homeowner wanting to showcase their coffee bar as part of their home and have the space and buck for it.
3. A stand-alone coffee cart
For people with apartments or smaller rooms, a roll-away coffee cart is their perfect option for a dynamic and trendy setup, and a space-efficient option at that! It can be tucked away in a corner of your living room that you desire to highlight or even rolled out at will.
You could look at different shapes and sizes of carts available before deciding on the one that fits your space the best. Or even use something you already own to form the base and jazz it up with a fresh makeover!
4. A docked-away java setup
If you’re one of those people who prefer to have a minimal, modern and sleek kitchen with all your cooking tools tucked away in cupboard spaces, then a java setup that is hidden from the eye might be your cup of coffee (quite literally). This layout would allow you to have accessibility to a minimal look while still accommodating a dedicated space for your caffeine needs.
You could enclose your coffee brewing tools, drinkware, jars and other accessories in a separate section of your kitchen cabinets that seamlessly blends in with the rest of the kitchen storage. If you have a smaller space to play with, you could set your coffee essentials in a column or drawer of your cabinet.
5. A space-friendly coffee nook
Most people who are interested in home interiors or maybe book buffs are familiar with the concept of a cozy book nook. Recently, coffee lovers have found a way to adapt the book nook idea to create a unique coffee setup or the ‘coffee nook’.
The nook could be created in a small niche in your living room wall, a corner of your favorite room, or even at the end of an alleyway in your home. With some bold wall color, accent lights, and unusual decor elements, the cozy coffee nook could be a distinct feature in your house.
II. The overall theme and design of your coffee station
Now that you have made your wise choice and got the basic layout of your coffee station down, it is time to pick a theme that resonates with your dream coffee setup. The theme will form the skin to the bone of your layout, and help set the right tone as you get along in the process of bringing together the desired design.
It is at this point that you would have to decide if your coffee station is intended to be an extension of the room you are going to station it in or a centerpiece that catches everyone’s eyes right away with its striking appearance.
If you plan to create the former, your main focus would be gauging the colors, textures and vibe of the room the station will be in and then, choosing complementary pieces for your coffee setup.
But if your intention is to create a statement coffee station, then you would need to pick out standout elements like a pop of contrasting color, a net design or a two-toned look on the cabinet, some striking tiles, pegboards or even standout wallpapers.
In this step, you essentially get to make your first stride at creative contemplation with your coffee station setup. Each aforementioned layout is compatible with a myriad of different design themes which we will discuss in the following sections.
III. Prepping the space meant for your coffee station
Having a station dedicated to the task of making coffee is as much about functionality and convenience as it is about making a display of your affection towards the divisive beverage. On both accounts, you require a clean slate from which to begin towards your at-home coffee corner – because as we all know, ‘clean surroundings birth a clear mind which is the best breeding ground for fresh ideas’.
So, a case in point is that before you begin measuring out the space for your favorite espresso machine and polishing your surfaces, you might want to declutter the space and clear out your drawers. Any other objects that may obstruct your coffee routine should be displaced and you must ensure that everything present on the station has some purpose.
IV. Measuring and creating space for all your coffee equipment
Any coffee station would be pointless if it cannot hold your favourite coffee-making tools, mugs, sweeteners, syrups, grinders, filters and the uncountable list of essentials owned by a java fanatic. Hence, a homeowner looking to design their perfect coffee station must measure the depth and height of their largest equipment and then, ensure that the area of their choice can accommodate it.
Additionally, you must pay attention to designing an appropriate storage arrangement like a sideboard with drawers; a pegboard to hang mugs, jars and brewing tools or cabinets that can fit all the things you need to create the perfect cup of coffee! We will be covering more on this consideration as we talk about all that one needs to display on their coffee station!
What should I have on my coffee bar?
The items that would make up the body of your coffee bar are contingent on your personal preferences. For a novice, the coffee bar would have a packet of ground coffee and their trusted coffee machine while for the more experienced, coffee grinding, coffee brewing and finally, coffee assembling might all consist of complex steps and a ridiculous number of tools.
Neither of these categories would need a book on what to put on their at-home cafe setup.
But let’s assume you are just starting out on your coffee journey and would like to have some extra fun tools to play with and display on your coffee station. If that is the case, then we have got you covered with our guide on what goes on at the coffee bar!
1. Coffee brewing devices
Finding your favorite method of brewing coffee can take ages and lots of experimentative trial and error. So, you might want to start playing around with different devices a good time before you begin designing your coffee bar.
For a quick overview of the different devices and the coffee notes you might achieve by using them to brew are illustrated in these graphics:
There is no hard-and-fast rule that you must keep only a solo machine to make your cup of coffee. If you are a fan of switching between the style of coffee you sip, then you could have multiple full-immersion as well as pour over drip-style coffee-making devices. This section of items is a rather vast yet preference-based one, so exploring more is the only way to help you make your perfect choice.
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2. Ground coffee
After picking out your brewing device, you would have to look at the next essential in the list i.e. your coffee of choice. The choice here is not just between which brand of coffee to buy but also depending on your brewing method, the grind of your coffee makes a world of difference.
For e.g. for a Moka pot, you would only be looking at fine or very fine ground coffee while for a french press, a coarse and even grind will be your pick-up. This all sounds extremely complicated but our aforementioned infographics condense all the necessary attributes of coffee required per your brewing device, so you can refer to that and start exploring!
It is also necessary here to point out some important tips about how you should choose your coffee brand.
- A packet of coffee that mentions not only the country of its origin but also the region from which it has been extracted will undoubtedly be of high quality. The traceability of coffee makes it a good indicator of the brand’s transparency with its customers.
- Usually, the higher the price of a coffee bag, the better its production. The heavy price tag would not only ensure a better, rounder tasting cup but also that a greater portion of the money you invest goes to the producers.
- Purchasing a fresh packet of coffee is the ultimate tip! You must always look at the roast date or best-before-date to get an indication of how recent its roasting might have happened, this is because roasted coffee can go stale very easily over time.
- It might be better to buy specialty coffee. This is because different countries have different seasons of harvesting their regional coffee, so specialty coffees are available according to these seasons and are thus, of premium quality.
Here is a complete guide to buying the perfect coffee by our friendly world barista championship winner – James Hoffman:
3. Whole coffee beans and a Coffee grinder
It would be much easier to buy ground coffee but would it be worth your buck? Not necessarily. An opened packet of ground coffee is exposed to the atmosphere and thus, degrades in quality much faster. As opposed to this, whole bean coffee can be kept and ground just before use or one-two day in advance and will remain fresh for a lot longer. Additionally, you get to experience the aromatic pleasure of grinding coffee in the morning!
There are many different types of grinders in the market to choose from:
1. Manual Coffee Grinders · 2. Electric Grinders · 3. Blade Grinders · 4. Burr Grinders · 5. Espresso Grinders · 6. Travel Grinders
You can choose the one that suits your needs to display on your coffee station.
4. Creamers and Syrups
If you are not a fan of plain, black and bitter coffee and wondering what you might put in your coffee; then, there are plenty of options available for you. You could add creamers to enhance the texture and taste of your coffee or use sweet syrups that add some extra flavor while also sweetening it in the process.
There is a wide variety of artificial flavors ranging from lavender to vanilla and to caramel that you can pick out from. Not only are syrups great for whipping up different cafe-style coffee preparations but also add some color and oomph to your coffee bar!
Most elaborate coffee preparations like cappuccino, latte, dalgona coffee, mocha or macchiato require foam or a frothy milk layer. A coffee frother is a must-investment for you if you desire to jazz up your days with some delicious coffee drinks other than the classic espresso!
Colorful or patterned, plain or with a quirky print – there are mugs for every coffee lover that goes with every vibe and style! No coffee station is complete without a celebrated showcase of cups and mugs to grab and pour in the perfect espresso.
There are many ways to display your beloved mugs on your coffee station that we have covered in the next section of this article, so be sure to check them all out!
7. Decor items
Decorative pieces that reflect your personal style or the style that you hoped to achieve with your coffee station are a must for your coffee bar setup. Knicks and knacks from here and there will help translate your vision for the coffee station into reality.
Although most decor pieces that you choose will depend on the design you wish to create, there are some common ones that anyone can add to organize their setup a bit better. These include canisters in which to hold coffee, sugar, or spices that you normally add to your coffee; trays to place decorative items like small candles on top of and even baskets to hold other coffee-making essentials.
Beyond these organizational pieces, you can also look at a variety of accessories to complement your coffee station basics. The following section covers a wide array of coffee bar layout ideas that incorporate a diverse range of accessories such as quirky and out-of-the-box coffee-related signs and posters, some small planters or flower vases, scented candles or candlesticks and what not!
24 Best Home Coffee Station Ideas
Now that we have gone over all of the technical and rather unimaginative considerations, we finally get to the fun part of this blog! In this section, we will look at a variety of coffee bar designs to get inspired from and push our creativity horses into the highest gear.
On the basis of your choice of the aforementioned basic layouts, you can look at the various themes of designs given hereon and curate a coffee bar or station which would make your friends and family envious!
- Straight-out-of-Pinterest coffee booth
The soft, muted tones that characterize this coffee station are perfect representations of the aesthetics of Pinterest and Tumblr queens. The focal point of this station is the blush pink arch on the wall dotted with floating shelves. While the floating shelves in the center capture all the attention, another important piece of furniture in the design is the open shelf adjacent to it. The Pinterest vibe is perfectly conveyed through the decor pieces and plants that are placed on this out-there setup!
- Dark-as-espresso sleek at-home café setup
The dominant black accented with wood and reds in this sleek setup translates the idea of the creator to set up a low, warm-lit mood. The seriousness displayed in this design demonstrates that the owner has an appreciable level of knowledge of coffee and awareness of their preferences to create the perfect cup. In addition, the sideboard with drawers acts as the perfect hideaway for all that would have cluttered the clean space above and blends well with the chosen theme. It would only be fitting to prepare a strong shot of espresso to celebrate the dark spirit of this setup!
Another way of recreating a similar vibe with your coffee station is represented in this design:
- Suburban farmhouse-esque coffee cabinets
Every 12-year-old has a vivid image of the kitchen in their grandparents’ house from when they spent splendid days of their summer vacations there. Old-looking cupboards with pretty arches and curves, endless ceramic pots, checker-print cloth pieces, a vintage clock, some randomly placed flower vases, etc. are all memorabilia of those suburban houses. The following designs are inspired by this vintage aesthetic and represent an imaginative incorporation of all the described elements into a farm coffee bar setup. It would only make sense to whip up a small, comforting cup of cappuccino at these coffee stations!
- The roll-it-away coffee carts
We have previously discussed coffee carts as space-friendly layouts for our daily coffee needs. The simplicity and compactness of these carts are as striking as their unique and fresh concept. All you need is an appropriately sized cart, your coffee machine that does it all, some mugs, maybe a kettle and some itsy-bitsy decor elements and you are ready to recreate a minimal and attractive coffee cart of your own!
- Caffè and Vino – The Perfect duo
Starring an unusually complementing combo that would make any Italian nonna cry tears of happiness, this coffee bar design is going to make all your guests look twice! This eccentric design is for those who would love the idea of washing down the aftertaste of their coffee with some crisp red wine! What makes this coffee cabinet idea even more special is that the star piece of furniture in it is refurbished from a cracky, broken-down cupboard – so, essentially this could be your next DIY project!
- Quaint, homey coffee stations
This is the ultimate repertoire of designs for all those who identify with the comforting vibe of a homebody. A spot-on balance is struck in these coffee stations between mechanical gadgets and cutesy, quirky decor items. So this theme is apt for the homeowners whose personal styles are a dash of yin paired with a bit of yang.
- Japandi-style zen coffee station
If you are not familiar with the ‘japandi’ style, it is a recent trend in a home interior that blends the best of two aesthetics – the smooth functionality of Scandinavian design with the minimal, clean elegance of the Japanese style. This coffee station layout is for those who prefer to associate their home with a calm, zen energy and adore decor that is soothing to look at. You would be looking at muted colors and lighter wood planks to bring this aesthetic to life. It captures the essence of the japandi style and will be the perfect place to spend a relaxing morning preparing a Vietnamese-style sweet cup of coffee.
- The bean-and-brew connoisseur station
As the name of this theme suggests, these stations embody the ethos of a person who stretches into the ins and outs of the bean and brew world. They know where their coffee comes from, measure their coffee quantity by gram, foster hatred towards all instant coffee brands and treat their coffee routine as an operative mechanism. All these designs are the maximalist’s approach to flaunting their knowledge – with a blinding number of brewing tools, weird test tubes to store their coffee beans, multiple types of coffee grinders and gadgets unrecognizable to the amateur eye; these designs are meant for the mad coffee scientist, so beware!
- The chic modernist coffee bar
These are design ideas for those who have an eye for the modern chic style. Homeowners who prefer a combination of elegant and modern, trendy elements will find the ultimate inspiration to extend their home interior tastes into their coffee station setup.
From Paris to New York to Italy, this coffee station draws inspiration from around the world for not only certain design elements but also for its versatility. Many brewing tools like the moka pot, french press, chemex, drip setup etc. used in different regions can be seen sitting on the floating shelves and a variety of cups and mugs are displayed. This kind of design falls right in between too little and too much, it is just bang on! So, it could be your absolute inspiration to create a beautifully packed yet not cluttered coffee station at home.
- Hang-it-up pegboard coffee corner
If you are struggling with the optimization of space while creating your ultimate coffee corner, then pegboards will come to your rescue and help you effectively incorporate an adjacent wall into the design. They can be attached directly to the wall and spruce up the design while functionally carrying a major chunk of items intended to be displayed on the station. They are very easy to use and can support a considerable number of things. It is only necessary to ensure that a pegboard coffee corner doesn’t look too bundled up and thus, untidy. So, these designs will surely nudge you to tastefully assimilate pegboards into your coffee corner.
Would you like to build a coffee bar that you can use to display old hand-me-downs from your grandmom or your great grandma? Or would you just like to hero vintage pieces that you got from your favorite thrift store? Then this is the coffee bar design for you! With gold-framed mirrors and uniquely vintage-inspired mug hangers, and an evidently run-down drawer which embodies the rustic vibe to the maximum, this design will make you want to run to restock your coffee bags!
Another way to give your coffee corner a vintage-inspired edge can be seen in this flowery design:
If you are a lover of pumpkin-spice lattes and rustling leaves, then you can capture the essence of the beautiful fall season throughout the year with this fall-themed coffee corner! These floating shelves not only add functionality to the design but are also reminiscent of autumnal trees while the orange, red and brown hues are absolutely flawless.
This array of designs might look different superficially but they are the perfect minimalist’s guide to the coffee nook of their heart’s desire! They all embody the clean and simple aesthetic but they are not uninteresting to look at. There is an excellent play with colours, textures, plants, accessories and tools in each of them that would make anyone feel enticed for a warm cup of jitter juice!
If you are a movie buff who even daydreams in the styles of Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson or Taika Waititi, then this coffee design will be your absolute inspiration! Even without the tripod camera, the Hollywood-esque colors and posters will let everyone know of your love for the cinema.
Do you walk into a room and immediately feel gravitated toward anything yellow? The happy color leaves nobody untouched.
Certainly, none can deny the effect yellow has on the health of their heart – an automatic smile spreads on the mouth and joy swells up the body as soon as our eyes fall on the color. So why wouldn’t anyone want to spread some cheer and happy vibes in their coffee station, and start every day with a smile and liquid warmth oozing from their cup!
- The barista off-duty coffee station
A coffee connoisseur might be the scientist who studies their beloved beans and drips but a barista is a surgeon who has learned the craft of making the perfect cup with patient repetitions and knows by the smell of the notes in each cup of espresso. They wake up to coffee and end their day with coffee, they inhale and exhale coffee. Then how can they not have an at-home cafe set up to do some public service, and make youtube vlogs and shorts explaining every minuscule detail about how to get the perfect shot of espresso every time!
Who doesn’t like a sweet snack to accompany their favourite bitter beverage? This little counter setup is for those who like the taste of coffee but have only the one machine that does everything coffee-related for them. Make the coffee machine the hero of the design whilst also giving some room to delicious cookies! (or other snack you enjoy with your cup)
This on-the-counter coffee making setup is only featured in this list for its unique gold railing that can hold all your favorite mugs in a showstopper manner! It is a simple and effective setup for a minimalist’s coffee needs. So, get inspired and incorporate some gold accents to your coffee nook as well.
Baskets are the new trend – they are more than just picnic accessories, you can carry them as bags or even put your coffee essentials in them as is shown in these coffee bar designs! While creating a unique storage arrangement for your design, you can also add some natural down-to-earth flair to it by using some warm-toned baskets!
We can never get enough mugs to add to our kitchen collection, but some people just love mugs beyond everything else in their coffee booth. They want to highlight and display their array of mugs and cups while arranging all the other items as supporting cast. If you are them, then you will hop on the opportunity to recreate any of these designs!
We have all seen TikTok and youtube filled with guides to be that-girl. What is that-girl, you ask? She is a girl who has her life together – she exercises and meditates every morning, fills her journal up with manifestations, and eats a healthy rainbow palette. In short, she is the embodiment of inspiration to lead your best life! So, if you aspire to be anything like that-girl, you might want to take inspiration from the following coffee station designs that scream that-girl energy!
- Colour me rainbow coffee station
If you love rainbows and multi-coloured socks, then you might not believe in the idea of pop-of-colour but a pop-of-things amidst colour. This coffee station layout is centred around colour and will make anyone want to invest in some colourful coffee tools!
- Surprise, Surprise! Coffee station ideas
This article would be incomplete without a lovely compilation of inspirational ideas for those who want to create a sophisticated closeted coffee station. A clean and modern way to set up your coffee essentials which would bring a satisfied smile on your face when you open the cabinet in the morning. While the first two designs lean more towards the modern, chic vibe; the last two capture the japandi style with some pops of colours and a muted, calming essence. This is the ideal setup for kitchens that have a modular layout with tall cabinet spaces to be utilized.
Cost of Coffee Station (in $)
The cost of assembling a coffee station varies greatly from design to design, and also on the devices and items that are being displayed.
Someone who is looking for a home bar idea on a budget might want to consider DIYing an old cabinet or using their own kitchen counter space to setup their coffee station. A DIY coffee bar project using a thrift store cabinet might cost anywhere from $30 to $100 depending on the decor items used as well as whether you already own the coffee machine you are going to display on it or buy a new one.
They might even look at a coffee cart setup to not only save money but also space. This mobile coffee cart available in two different colours at a comfortable price of $89.99 on Amazon might be a good option to consider.
When it comes to coffee brewing devices, the cost varies not only from brand to brand but is also contingent on the brewing method of your choice. A good french press can range from a cheap $20 to a whopping $150. However, when it comes to coffee machines, the cheaper end of the lot comes with only a small margin below $80 while the sky is the limit for the premium ones with the Breville barista express (regarded as one of the best in the market) marked at a price of $688.92.
The overall cost can only be estimated based on the price of decor items, mugs, baskets and other items off our ‘things to put on the coffee bar’ list in this article. The cost of mugs, syrups, coffee grinders and decorative pieces can all be customized according to your budget as there are high-quality affordable options as well as costly ones available in the market. Apart from that, if you are looking to install an overhead accent light to accentuate the look and appeal of your coffee corner, you might have to tab that in as well.
If you are anything like Lorelai Gilmore of the Gilmore girls, you are already at your sixth coffee cup of the day when the sun goes down and nobody can stop you from gulping more java down. “Sleep, who?”, you hear your loved ones ask when you’re already fixing up your night-time supply of the jitter-juice. But there’s no need to fret about sleep when your body is obsessively unaffected by caffeine anymore.
You no longer need to box away your affection for coffee in your kitchen cupboards. It is to be celebrated and showcased in front of everyone who enters your home.
And what better idea to do that than building your own perfect coffee station or bar in your arm’s reach? Getting that perfect cafe at-home setup has never been easier!
Our curated list of 24 awesome coffee station ideas has come to the rescue of all those coffee fanatics who breathe in the fresh aroma of a new cafe wishing for their own at-home cafe setup one day. So, look no further and grab your cup of cappuccino and a notebook and pen to jot down your absolute favorite ideas.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Coffee Station Ideas
How To Make A Coffee Station In Your Kitchen?
Setting up a coffee station inside your kitchen is not a difficult task at all. The first step is to assess your space and decide on your basic layout for the coffee station. If you already have a spare counter that is going unused, setting up a coffee corner might just be your opportunity to utilize it. Or if you have an empty wall in the kitchen that you would like to highlight, you could install a small cabinet, a cart or a full-size cupboard for a separate cafe bar setup. Another option to consider might be using a hidden space like an already installed column of your kitchen cabinet to store your coffee-making equipment and keep it as a surprise gift for your guests!
How to make a coffee cabinet?
A coffee cabinet can be either made out of a cabinet that you already own by sprucing it up with some DIY magic or you could buy a new cabinet and set it up beautifully to display your coffee fanaticism. There are a ton of designs in this blog’s section on coffee bar layouts to get inspired from and chalk out a coffee cabinet design that resonates with your personal style. After that, all you need to do is assemble and make it all look pretty!
Where to place coffee maker in kitchen?
You can place your coffee maker on the counter of your kitchen against the backsplash; and place mugs, coffee bags, cookies or other complementary items alongside to fill up the space. You could also consider placing your coffee machine on a coffee cart or a small cabinet if your kitchen is a bit large, and decorate the piece of furniture as per your taste.
Will coffee grounds stain carpet?
If you have accidentally spilled your coffee grounds on your carpet, there will be some serious staining that you need to meticulously clean out. As you realize your spill and the panic sets in, you must remain calm and immediately grab some paper towels and begin your rescue operation with some gentle blotting. When only the residual stains are left, a barely damp cloth must replace the paper towels. Finally, you must wait until the next morning when everything has dried out to vacuum and clean the area.