If you are a coffee lover, you know the first sip in the morning is the best. This popular beverage deserves a special place in your home and the best way to add it is with an at home coffee bar. It’s great for making your guests feel more at home and keeping your coffee mugs and supplies organized. Plus, it can give you all of your favorite elements of your favorite coffee shop within your own home. Keep reading to see how you can create your own at home coffee station today.
Every coffee station needs a place in your home, whether it’s as simple as making room on your kitchen counter, or using a separate piece of furniture. You can then add your own personal style with mugs, creamers, decorations, accessories and more.
Plus, you can’t have a coffee station without a machine to make it. Today, there is an abundance of ways to make a cup of joe for everyone. From espresso machines, Kuerig’s to a french press keep scrolling to find what you’ll need to make the best home coffee bar today.
A milk frother is a must-have at any coffee bar. A handheld frother is easy on your wallet, simple to use and like the icing on the cake. Another essential to add to your coffee bar is your favorite mugs. You can keep it uniform with all-white latte mugs, or get colorful for a cheery station. Lastly, if you or your guests prefer whole bean coffee, then a coffee grinder is a must. It can grind 4-12 cups for all day coffee.
Coffee Bar Styles
A bar cart makes for the perfect mobile coffee bar, and a fun touch when doing breakfast in bed. It can also add a luxury feeling to the room. Another option is to use a buffet to create a coffee bar. This can add a vintage or country look to your home. The drawers can offer plenty of storage to add more organization for your accessories. Lastly, if you have extra counter space in your kitchen, use it to your advantage and add hooks for the coffee mugs.
If you like coffee rich and creamy with lots of kick, than an espresso machine is for you. It’s the key to making any cappuccino, latte, or a shot for an extra boost. For the busy person, a one-cup coffee maker is great. Just place a single-serve cup, press a button, and the machine will have you heading out the door with fresh brewed coffee. Lastly, a French press is one of the easiest, least expensive ways to make great coffee and just takes around 20 minutes to make.
Do you have a coffee bar? What is your favorite item on yours? Let me know in the comments below.