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A diy coffee bar in your home can help you entertain family, friends, loved ones. It can serve coffee, tea and all their variations rapidly, professionally, allowing you to focus on having a good time, enjoying their company and stories.
Coffee bars have no strict set of rules, you simply need mugs and a coffee maker, preferably an automatic one. The options when it comes to design are limitless, from fee market salvaged furniture up and pallet wood bars up to extensive bars and dedicated areas you can tailor anything that fits your needs in terms of space and design.
Black and white balanced by wood in multiple states. Typography and metal elements complete the setting brilliantly.
34. memory in a sensible coffee bar
Small things in life add another dimension. Here the word faith and the happy couple smiling framed represent items with which one identifies, a personalized space that suddenly became much more than a coffee bar upon their arrival, here one finds calm, peace.
35. RE-PURPOSE an old window for coffee
A simple addition to a coffee and tea station can be an old window, one ready to carry your mugs and potentially display memories. One glass surface can also carry things that you could write down, a spicy coffee recipe or a tea combination that you love a great deal.
36. put unused space to good use
Sugar, cream or coffee, whatever you drink it needs a space of its own. The picture below exemplifies how unused space can rapidly gain a really interesting position in your kitchen. Shape your space to fit you needs, coffee is a very important need.
37. use an old door to create your coffee heaven
One old side table and one old door can shape something really cool, shabby-chic looking, exemplary through a design language that can cost little to nothing.
38. blue copper and white team-up
Copper matched with that blue hue below is simply extraordinary, a combination with which you simply cannot fail. The white brought by the mug is the cherry on the top, exemplary balance in such a simple design shaped by color and texture.
One could argue that typography cannot be overdone and the design makes this statement justice, it`s simple on its own but the abundance of great fonts and messages makes it stand out.
40. reclaimed wood and wire
Wire hooks are a recurring element that can make a diy coffee bar great justice yet in the composition below the reclaimed wood stands out through simplicity, the white-wood is subdued to its setting yet it complements the scene elegantly.
One small bar cart can receive a marble counter-top to enlarge its surface and accommodate all the utensils needed.
44. exquisite French baker coffee bar design
An exquisite coffee bar might not be everyone`s cup of tea but there are options. A French-inspired design wearing white will not clutter your space despite the immense amount of detail.
via Junk Chic Cottage
45. metal and wood diy coffee table
Any side-table can carry salvaged wood tops, here the texture is clear, visible; they`re piece of wood with memory, piece of wood that contrast with black yet bring in a great deal of coziness and warmth.
45. coffee station inside kitchen cabinets
It makes sense to hide your coffee station inside the cabinets, it is easier to maintain, it de-clutters your space and it offers a little privacy yet accessibility it lacks.
You can use simple elements to shape the extraordinary and happily IKEA shelters lost of these. Simply shape your coffee corner to fit your needs with items that you actually love and the ensemble will surely end up beautiful, functional, ready to entertain.
Coffee bars are something really splendid in one`s home, they welcome the individual and guests alike with something cozy, warm, something that most of us cherish. What do you think about these spaces and how do you see the ideal DIY coffee bar? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below !