If you have a small space and thinking about setting up your own coffee station, get ready to create that cafe-like experience in your kitchen. From caffeine-making tips to the best tools and supplies.
What's your brewing preference? Do you like pour-over coffee, espresso, drip coffee, or Keurig? Find a coffee maker that fits your style and fits effortlessly in your small space.
Utilize the shelves, drawers, and cupboards to maximize the space around the coffee bar. This will give you room and storage to stash away more unsightly items and hide extra coffee essentials, coffee cups, and coffee beans or pods.
A canister will make your coffee station feel more collected and cohesive. Decanter and store your ground coffee, coffee beans, sugar, filters, tea bags, and individual package creamers in the canisters.
Mugs are essential to the coffee station. You can display your mugs in a fun way by hanging them on hooks, on a mug tree, or utilizing the shelves.
Add greenery to liven up the space and bring in the natural vibes
Organize and corral your coffee essentials (like straws, sugar, spoons and filters) on a tray. This will add a touch of decor to the small space.