This is for all the coffee lovers out there! Rather than spending money on expensive (but delicious) Starbucks coffee invest a little money on creating your perfect DIY coffee station at home!
These coffee stations are not only beautiful and totally inspiring but also they are really functional. Having a functional coffee station set-up properly is the key to your starting your morning right.
If you lack counter space think about making a separate coffee station to save counter space and it looks fantastic as a focal point in your home.
Learn how easy it is to build a coffee station for less than $50 or how you can update IKEA furniture!
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DIY Coffee Bar Cart
Found from Angela Marie Made
Here is a perfect semi-permanent coffee station that you can put in any free space in your kitchen. What I really like about this gorgeous rustic coffee bar cart is that you can build it for less than $50!
Reveal Coffee Bar
Found from Oh Everything Handmade
Here’s a great simple IKEA bookcase that you can easily transform into a functional coffee station for your morning coffee. I love how this tutorial really gives you the ideas about what you need to replicate this coffee station! This is a really good IKEA hack!
DIY Grundtal Bar IKEA Hack + Coffee Bar Styling
Found from Dream Green DIY
Talking about of coffee station IKEA hacks, this rustic little DIY coffee station is made out of the IKEA “Grundtal” bar and rail and hook system. I love this coffee bar idea because of the rail and hook system that saves a ton of space in the cabinets but also has some style! Oh and the “Have a Fantastic Day” banner was easily made with a sharpie pen!
Farmhouse Coffee Station Idea
Found from Little Red Brick House
This is a very simple farmhouse style coffee station that is another great focal point of the home. It is unbelievable how easy it is to make this set-up. It’s all about the shelves and the metal baskets (which I found at Hobby Lobby). I prefer having the coffee mugs, sugar, coffee grounds, filters, whatever else I need for my coffee close together for easier access. The only thing is keep the milk in the fridge, which you can’t move over to the coffee station for your own safety!
Navy and Copper DIY Coffee Bar
Found from Jen Wood House
This coffee station had me at navy and copper! First of all it’s such a natural combination but also I think the copper hooks in the navy shelve is perfect. Jen explains how she found awesome items at Crate & Barrel like the copper tray!
Shiplap DIY Coffee Bar Table
Found from Sunday with Susie
Do you like the shiplap farmhouse style for your home? Here is an easy to follow tutorial on how to build your own shiplap table. I like the distressed look! The best touch is the “Less is more, unless its coffee” sign! I’m for sure going to use that!
Bright & Cheerful DIY Coffee Station
Found from Natalie Noack
This DIY coffee station reminds me that it is important to put your style and personality into your home. I love this bright and cheerful dresser, it is a great place to store the coffee pods so they are hidden and maybe most of the coffee mugs. (Here’s a hint go shopping around the flea market or local garage sales and see if you can find a funky cool table for your coffee station, for like nothing in price!)
So I think I would much rather build a beautiful and functional coffee station at my home than spend a lot of money at Starbucks. Once the coffee station is set up it will be so easy and convenient to make your morning coffee.
In the above DIY coffee station, you can see how little it costs or how it is to build your own coffee station at home!
Yay for Coffee!
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