I’m a girl who loves coffee and interior design. Combine the two and what do you get? Gorgeous at home coffee bars. Check out this home coffee bar inspo ASAP!
Hello, friends! Some of you may not know, but I’m currently in college. And college students tend to love coffee shops. Lately, my java intake has increased exponentially due to tons of homework on top of wedding planning, work, and well, the usual. It’s good to stay busy, right? I think so! So with plenty of coffee in my system, I’ve been inspired to write a blog post for you guys about home coffee bars. I have a sweet friend who used to have a home coffee bar. I say used to because she’s currently on an 11 month trip around the world, but that’s beside the point. I think I just like to talk up my friends because they’re pretty cool. Anyways, back to the point of this post - home coffee bar ideas!
I’ve been kind of obsessed with Fixer Upper and Joanna Gaines’ home decor work lately. In one episode, she had a home coffee bar and I was instantly reminded of my love for home coffee bars. The coffee bar above (not done by Joanna Gaines just to clarify) is so cute and lovely. I love the mix of white pottery and all the white in general in this at home coffee bar. I think the white contrasts beautifully with the chalkboard in the background. Plus, chalkboards are SO perfect for coffee bars. They instantly give that chill coffee house kind of vibe!
If you don’t have a desire to go all out with fancy shmancy shelving or don’t want to buy a white desk and gussy it up with decorations, then consider the idea above. This design is simple and just about anybody can do it. Find a station or space in your kitchen or dining area to display all your coffee goods. Above your lovely coffee display, consider setting up a pegboard with hooks to hang all your lovely coffee mugs.
Here’s another example of a coffee station with a pegboard used as a mug display. Back in my old apartment, one of my old roommates actually had a pegboard that we used to display our coffee mugs. It was such a nice set-up. It’s nice to be able to see every single mug you own displayed and ready for the picking! Plus, pegboards are rather inexpensive so this is a little DIY that anyone can try.
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Honestly, there’s nothing more chic to me than a bar cart. Bar carts are a fabulous extra that benefits just about every home. I love this coffee and tea cart. It’s super stylish and chic. Here’s a few notes that we can take from this cute station. Adding plants, art, fruit, and other accessories to your tea and coffee station is totally encouraged. This station does exactly that, and it looks SO stylish! I love it!
Via Like a Saturday
I love the hooks used in this coffee station. This is almost exactly what my friend’s home coffee bar looked like. I think the hooks look great and give the whole space a nice rustic look. This coffee bar shelving is totally something I’d imagine seeing in either Pottery Barn or even possibly Anthropologie!
Alright, this coffee inspo is for the coffee connoisseur who is practically a real life barista. If you serve coffee to tons of people and are the host/hostess with the mostest, then this is a coffee station that's perfect for you! I’m a huge fan of teacups so I adore the shelving unit that is showing off every single cup, plate, and glass!
Any craft-y friends reading this right now, I need you to build me this super cool coffee bar ASAP. I love the mixed dark wood staining of this gorgeous DIY home coffee bar. I’m SO serious about someone making this for me (If only I had a spot in my house for it!!). This coffee bar is sending floods of ideas to my brain for my dream home. Yay for inspiration!
Via Elayaway Mall
I’m a huge fan of initials, letters, typography, and monograms in home decor. I think it’s because it makes the interior design a little more personalized. I love the metallic touches of copper, gold, and silver in this coffee bar too. I think the metallic finishes make great accents for the overall black, white, and neutral color scheme of this lovely home coffee bar.
I hope you enjoyed these coffee bar ideas because I’m head over heels in love with them. I may need to have a coffee study party with friends sometime soon and setting up a cute coffee bar station in my home may be happening in the near future.
It’s time to bid you all adieu! Before I do, I just wanted to say thank you for reading and let me know in the comments below which coffee bar idea was your favorite! Also, do you have a home coffee bar? Let me know! Lastly, don’t hesitate to share this post on social media with your friends and family—especially your loved ones who are coffee lovers!
**Featured image via The Heart of the Sea