Turn your home into your favorite coffee bar with these clever ideas! You'll find everything from mug displays to coffee pod storage here!
Trying to save money by skipping your daily trip to the local coffee shop? Recreate the experience at home with one of these DIY coffee bar ideas!
Make it easy to brew up a cup of your favorite beverage by storing all the necessities at your fingertips. You can even buy those fancy powders and flavored syrups to turn a basic cup of Joe into that fourteen word drink order at Starbucks!
Whether you have an entire section of your kitchen dedicated to coffee, or a tiny corner of the countertop for a Keurig, you'll find ideas to make your own coffee bar in this list!
Make this DIY mug display for around $25 and add your coffee maker and supplies on a cabinet or bookshelf underneath. You'll save valuable space in the kitchen by getting the mugs out of an upper cabinet. Who wouldn't be tempted to brew a cup of coffee with this set up?
You can put a DIY coffee bar anywhere you have an unused corner. This coffee bar got a DIY concrete top and shelves added above for supplies. It fits perfectly in this corner and is ready for coffee time. Which is all day, right?
Not everyone has space for a coffee bar on the kitchen counter or cabinet space to spare for all the coffee necessities. Make a little coffee station and use vertical space to to create an organizer that can hold your mugs and other supplies you need for the perfect cup of coffee.
This is the ultimate DIY coffee bar! A sliding barn door cabinet give you plenty of options for storage and display. The size gives you plenty of counter space of your favorite coffee maker and all the extras you need for your coffee. And that coffee station sign! 😍
Create your own DIY coffee bar right on your kitchen counter. You can set up your coffee maker, and add a fun little coffee bar sign. Hanging coffee cups under the cabinets above frees up space and displays your favorite designs.
Skip the line at Starbucks and recreate it at home! Use a crate as shelves to display your mugs along with all the extras to add to that cup of brew. This DIY coffee bar idea can be set up anywhere you have an outlet to plug in your coffee maker.
Let's be honest, coffee pods are not pretty. You can hide them away in a drawer or put them in a canister, but why not display them and keep them handy with this simple idea. The pods are kept in a display made using a Cricut cutting machine. I love this idea for keeping all the coffee supplies together and still being stylish.
Any decent coffee station has a place for your coffee maker, somewhere to keep your mugs, and a place to store all the extras. Add shelving above your DIY coffee bar and a hanging bar to keep mugs handy. Canisters are a great place to store extra ingredients and they look great paired with fun coffee decor.
If you aren't ready to commit to a stationary coffee bar, set up your DIY coffee bar on a cart. This one has two shelves for storage space and the coffee makers sit on top. Move it around anywhere you need it.
Turn an old antique dresser into a coffee bar. The old mirror from this one made a really cute chalkboard for inspiring coffee quotes. The drawers are great for storage and there's plenty of room for your coffee maker. Adding shelves on the wall next to it gives you a place to keep your coffee mugs.
Which of these DIY coffee bar ideas was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!
You must have been reading my mind! We have a small cabinet in the corner of our kitchen under a staircase and next to a refrigerator. Your ideas will help me make this space a great little coffee bar.