Want to organize your coffee supplies? Here are 11 coffee bar ideas you can use to make the most of your kitchen space!
For as long as I can remember we’ve had lots of coffee supplies filling up our kitchen – mugs, coffee makers, coffee pods, etc. But with all of that supplies, comes a lot to organize. In this post, we’ll be going over some coffee bar ideas you can recreate in your own kitchen and draw some inspiration from.
Let’s dive into the ideas!
Farmhouse Coffee Station (via. Katie Hedge)
The racks and hanging shelving are both great ways to save space and organize all of your coffee essentials. Katie did an awesome job creating her own kitchen coffee bar and shares how you can make your own in her tutorial here.
Modern Coffee Bar (via. The House Of Wood)
Love this one! If you have lots of quirky and fun mugs to show off, this is the coffee bar for you. Another great idea to keep your coffee tools in order is placing them separated in a tray. If you want to make your own coffee bar today for around $25, check out Jen’s step by step tutorial here!
Kitchen Tea Station (via. The Happy Housie)
So technically Krista put together this awesome station for her tea supplies, but it can absolutely be used for coffee storage too! Using this 3 tier tray was such a good idea and great space saver. If you want to see a breakdown of how Krista organized her tea station, be sure to check out her post here! She also has an awesome organizing challenge on her blog that you may want to check out. 🙂
DIY Coffee Bar (via. Nina Hendrick)
The wooden cart and shelving add a nice rustic feel to this coffee station. Back in 2014, Nina decided to do a DIY kitchen makeover and put together her own coffee bar. It turned out so good and has so much room for coffee essentials. If you’d like to see her full home tour, just click here.
Cottage Style Coffee Bar (via. Town and Country Living)
Isn’t this beautiful? Jennifer’s entire home has an elegant farmhouse feel to it and her coffee station is just as lovely. The counter space, added shelving, and bonus drawers are perfect for those who need more storage space.
3 Tier Coffee Bar (via. A Shade of Teal)
Katy did an amazing job creating this coffee bar! I love how she used the bookshelf for more space and used a 3 tier tray to organize her sugar, creamer, stirrers and other coffee supplies. Want to shop this coffee bar? Check out Katy’s post here.
Corner Coffee Bar (via. Crafts On Fire)
I’m so jealous of people who have open corner space in their kitchens. If you do, definitely take advantage of that space and consider making it your coffee bar area.
Farmhouse Coffee Bar (via. Nelly Joyce Blog)
This one is so pretty – and look at all that space! The rustic decorations add so much character to this coffee station. Be sure to check out Nelly’s Instagram page for more beautiful home decor. 🙂
Coffee Bar Cart (via. Angela Marie Made)
If you have an apartment or limited kitchen space, definitely think about using a cart to hold your coffee supplies. This coffee station has a minimalistic, simple look to it and is a great idea for making the most of your small space. Click here for the DIY tutorial!
Coffee Bar Command Center (via. Home By Virginia)
Love the chalkboard in the back! This farmhouse inspired coffee bar is perfect if you have lots of gadgets and supplies to store.
Rustic Coffee Station (via. Roomaniac)
Very cute coffee bar to replicate! I love the decorations and the use of the toolbox to organize the stirrers. The heart hanger and chalkboard really make this coffee bar come to life.
There are so many different ways you can decorate and DIY your own coffee bar. I hope these ideas were helpful and give you some inspiration for your next kitchen project. Which idea was your favorite?