Decorative Mug Display
Infuse color into your space by adding a carousel of patterned mugs and paper straws to your coffee bar.
Customizable Coffee Cabinet
Make the most of the narrow cabinets in your kitchen by using them to store glass jars full of K-Cups, tea bags, and coffee beans.
Coffee Bar Cart
Balance out the industrial look of this brass and wood cart by incorporating bright white accents, including an acrylic catchall tray.
Mutli-level Coffee Bar
Just because you’re limited on counter space or drawers doesn’t mean you can’t have a coffee station in your kitchen. Instead, think vertical by hanging shelves of different shapes and sizes to perfectly fit mugs, coffee spoons, and other accessories.
Minimalist Coffee Cart
Avoid a cluttered look by keeping everything — coffee maker, sugar bowl, creamer, and mugs — in the same color. Then dress up the coffee station with faux flowers and an on-theme sign.
Rolling Coffee Cart
If you prefer making your morning brew with a pour-over and French press, then a mobile coffee cart is your best bet, especially since you don’t have to worry about keeping it near an outlet.
Tea and Coffee Cabinet
Clear out an old cabinet and load it with labeled organizers and baskets, full of coffee and tea varieties to please anyone who comes over for a fresh brew
Repurposed Bar Cart
Keep the coffee maker and other essentials on the top shelf for easy reach. Keep any fragile items (think: mugs) on the lower shelf to lessen the impact.