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How to Make a Kitchen Coffee Station!

by | Aug 28, 2014 | Decorating Inspiration, Details, Gather

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How to Make a Kitchen Coffee Station!

Kitchen Coffee Station

Can you guess one of the most frequently asked questions here on The Inspired Room?

“Where do you get all the great supplies for your kitchen coffee station?”

Clearly, a lot of you like coffee! You are my people.

How to Make a Kitchen Coffee Station!

Well, you asked, and today I’ve rounded up some answers.

Here is a round up of my favorite elements for a kitchen coffee station!

How to Make a Kitchen Coffee Station!

Click HERE to shop my favorite kitchen and coffee tools on Amazons

Sources for above graphic: Milk Frother // Hand Carved Wood Spoon with Handle // Blue and White Mugs // White Coffee Bean Grinder // Kicking Horse Coffee Beans (one of our favorite blends) // Stoneware Crock // Chemex Glass Pour Over Coffee Maker // Oatly Oat Milk // Glass Coffee Cups // Wood Mug Tree //  White Ceramic Pour Over Coffee Cone // Wood and White Knife Set // White Kitchen Canisters with Bamboo Lids // Stainless Steel Stovetop Coffee Maker // Black and White Kitchen Striped Towels

Click HERE to shop ALL my Amazon favorites

Find more of my coffee favorites in my Coffee Shop here!


  1. Megan

    I love the coffee cup display holder! I have a lot of the pretty attingham cups from anthropologie and have been looking for something like that. Where did you get it? ebay also?

    • Melissa @ The Inspired Room

      Yes, in the eBay article there is a link to a variety of mug trees! I got mine at World Market a couple of years ago!

  2. Shelley Beckes

    Coffee, coffee, coffee! Gotta have my coffee! The mug tree is great. The mugs are very stylish and colorful.

  3. sandyc

    Timely post! Need to at least decide on new floor color before I can make decisions about white paint color for cabinets and choice for countertop and that’s a way off. In the meantime, I’m constantly working to “happify” my oak cabinets sitting on peachy pink tile floors. Decided Monday I needed to move the coffeemaker back to the small counter between the range and the sink. Having it across the room on the long counter beside the fridge meant hefting a heavy pot of water with inevitable drips onto the floor. Only reason it was there was because it was black and figured I’d replace it eventually with a white one. Monday was my birthday and I figured I deserved to gift myself so now I have a cute little white one. On the search now for accessories.

  4. Melinda

    Hi! Love the coffee station idea!! We are currently shopping for an espresso/coffee maker.
    Something under $1K. Any suggestions?
    Also, we have white subway tile, what color grout did you use? It looks great!

  5. Louise

    Melissa, demolition will be starting in a couple weeks, of our kitchen. A requirement of the new kitchen is white subway tile, with gray grout. I think our one wall that sports two freestanding shelves will remain, and if we extend the subway tile to that area (we’ll see as we go along), your coffee station with shelving above raises the question: did you–or your builders–drill holes through the tile after tile was up? Or did you calculate precisely beforehand where screw/nail holes were needed and drill them into the tile so that if a tile cracked, another could be used? I’m concerned about the tiles cracking when drilled into. I do like your appealing coffee station!


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