As you may know, coffee is one of our favorite things! Having an area for a coffee bar in our home is a must. So in this article, we’re going to be sharing some exciting coffee bar ideas that you can easily incorporate into your home. Whether you’re a coffee enthusiast or just looking for a convenient way to make your morning cup, these ideas are sure to inspire you!
Utilize Pantry Space
If you have a pantry, you can easily turn it into a coffee bar by adding a few shelves and a countertop. Or if you are like us and have a very large pantry, you can utilize a smaller area in your pantry for your coffee bar. Either way, a pantry is a great place and space for all your coffee needs. This will give you plenty of space to store all of your coffee-making supplies and keep everything organized.
We choose to have one Breville Espresso Machine that makes coffee as well. This machine is housed on our countertop. We use the floating wood shelf above to store our glass coffee mugs, and then our coffee beans are stored in a clear container beside the espresso machine.
Create a Coffee Cart
A coffee cart is a great way to add a touch of elegance to your home while also creating a convenient place to make coffee. You can easily move the cart around the house and even take it outside on sunny days. It is also perfect for entertaining guests.
Utilize a Built-In
If you have a built-in bookshelf or cabinet, you can easily convert it into a coffee bar. Just add a few shelves, a countertop, and some hooks for your coffee mugs, and you’re all set. Getting creative allows you to have a designated place for your coffee area and also utilizes unused space in your home.
Adding extra storage to your coffee bar is a great way to keep everything organized and within reach. You can add shelves, drawers, or even a small cabinet to store your coffee supplies. I like using baskets and also decorative jars/containers for storing coffee. This eliminates the bags and packages and helps things look neat and clean.
Display a Mug Rack
A mug rack is not only functional but also adds a decorative touch to your coffee bar. You can choose a stylish rack that matches your home decor and display your favorite mugs.
Tuck and Hide-a-Away
If you’re short on space, you can create a coffee bar that tucks away when not in use. You can use a folding table, a cabinet with a retractable door, or even a small cart that can be stored in a closet. Then, when you need it, like when having guests over, you can pull it out. This is a great solution if you are not a regular coffee drinker and don’t have to have a cup every day.
Add Some Technology
If you’re a tech enthusiast, you can add some smart technology to your coffee bar. You can install a smart coffee maker that can be controlled with your phone. Or add a smart speaker to listen to your favorite music while making your coffee. You can also program your coffee to be made at a certain time like when you wake in the morning or come home from a morning workout.
Add to the Dining Room
Adding a small coffee bar to your dining area is a great idea. This will allow you to make a cup of coffee while relaxing after dinner or to have your morning breakfast. You can add a small table or cabinet or use an already existing built-in. And of course, all of your coffee-making supplies to create a cozy spot to enjoy your coffee.
Adding some greenery to your coffee bar is a great way to bring some life into your home. You can add some plants or herbs that complement your coffee or choose a decorative vase to display fresh flowers or green stems.
Add to Home Office
If you work from home, adding a coffee bar to your home office is a great way to create a productive workspace. You can add a small table, a coffee maker, and all of your coffee-making supplies to create a convenient spot to fuel your workday.
We hope you found these coffee bar ideas inspiring and that they help you create a cozy spot to enjoy your coffee at home. Whether you have a large or small space, there are plenty of ways to create a coffee bar that fits your home and your lifestyle.
I really want to add a coffee bar to my house! I think out of all options I really liked the coffee cart idea. The tuck and hide away may be a little too much work for me! 🙂April 28, 2023 at 5:13 pm