My travel-inspired kitchen coffee station should probably be called a “drink station” since we have every appliance under the sun, but we use it mainly for coffee from our delicious Nespresso, so here we go. Here’s an update on our beloved coffee station.
After looking at different coffee stations and nooks on Pinterest and becoming completely obsessed, I talked my husband into creating one in our own kitchen. Luckily our kitchen set-up was perfect because we had a bare wall we hadn’t used yet. Off to Target we went to find a cheap cabinet and then the fun really started.
A lot of the coffee stations I found online included shelves and metal baskets hanging on the wall, but because I wanted to incorporate the sweet “YUM” sign we found at Target and our scratch-off map, I decided that simple was better. And the sorta travel-themed coffee station idea was born.
We wanted everything to be relativity inexpensive since a lot of spillage could happen (it is a drink station after all), so the Globe and most of the accessories were purchased at Target. And then we included a SodaStream for sparkling water, our Nespresso and coffee pods, a stovetop espresso maker, tea kettle, and wine fridge. Inside the cabinet is another coffee maker for guests who don’t like the Nespresso (they’re crazy, I tell ya), and a blender for smoothies. We also use it for storage for tea, hot chocolate, and lots of mugs.
Then we have all of the fun coasters we’ve collected from our travels and of course, our bright yellow chandelier I painted. It’s a fun space!
I’m sure our little drink station will evolve over the years and maybe it’ll become even more travel-esque, but for now, I think it’s perfect.
Do you have a coffee station in your home?
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