No farmhouse is complete without a home coffee bar, so today we want to share some coffee bar ideas. We'll share with you what to put in a coffee bar and how to set up a coffee station.
If you want to know which room in your home to put a coffee bar, you might be happy to know that it doesn't only belong in your kitchen. Also, you can create a good-sized or small coffee station and have a great addition to your home. So, let's jump into our friends and their perfect coffee bar ideas.
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COFFEE BAR IDEAS
From Rae Dunn mugs to Keurigs to rustic metal farmhouse signs, we have some adorable suggestions to make your coffee station the highlight of your home.
A COFFEE BAR WITH SHIPLAP
Pam, over at Pammy & Poppy, never lets us down when she takes us on a tour in her home. This coffee nook in her farmhouse is perfection complete with shiplap.
We've had a tiny peek of this spot before when we featured her in a tiered tray post, but now we get the whole view.
The mason jars, corbel, and chicken wire organizer add so many amazing farmhouse touches. Not to mention the Rae Dunn mug and coffee canister and Keurig.
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A COFFEE STATION WITH A MUG RACK AND CHALKBOARD
This is a simple coffee station with easy to grab coffee mugs hanging on a mug rack. It's truly inviting with an adorable chalkboard to write fun messages on.
Paloma, from Simply Livin' Grateful, has set up a coffee bar that is beautiful for a farmhouse.
A COFFEE BAR WITH A MUG TREE AND WOODEN SIGNS
A coffee mug tree is an adorable way to display your favorite Rae Dunn coffee mugs.
Adding touches of greenery like a wreath and sprays of lamb ears can bring life and color to a coffee station.
There are so many wooden signs that have cute coffee phrases to add to a coffee nook. Maggie, from Golden Grace Handmade, has some great signs in her Etsy shop.
A COFFEE BAR CORNER WITH HYACINTH BASKETS STORAGE
Kaitlyn, over at Kait's Nest, has turned her military base house into the perfect farmhouse complete with a coffee bar.
One important thing about a coffee bar is storage. These hyacinth baskets fit perfectly into this cubby storage table. This is a smart place to hide away your coffee filters, coffee grounds and any other goodies needed for a cup of joe.
A COFFEE STATION WITH RAE DUNN PIECES
Rae Dunn has so many pieces that can make a coffee station look just right. There are mugs, canisters, sugar and cream sets, teapots and so much more.
Taylor, from Drab to Dreamy, has many pieces displayed on her coffee station and they make it simple to fix the perfect cup of coffee (or tea).
Her signs, tobacco basket and cotton wreath add sweet accents to a farmhouse look.
A COFFEE BAR WITH FLOATING SHELVES
Floating shelves are great to store coffee necessities on. Glass canisters hold everything from k-cups, to cocoa, to marshmallows.
Having a tea towel ladder on a coffee station is smart! Carla, at Oak Hill Farms, has pulled together a great area in her dining room.
A COFFEE STATION WITH FARMHOUSE DECOR
Andrea, at 31 Girl at Home, has a coffee station made up with so many great farmhouse decorations. Potted green plants, a rustic windmill, ceramic eggs in a glass canister and so many other pieces warm up this little coffee nook.
Shiplap as a backdrop is perfect for a farmhouse coffee bar.
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A COFFEE BAR WITH WOOD PIECES
We wrote a post recently on decorating with breadboards, but didn't include the idea of adding them to your coffee bar. We simply love the idea!
Wooden pieces in this area with white ceramic pieces create great textures.
Tina, over at The Crows Nest Sign Co., has a sweet and small coffee station.
A RUSTIC COFFEE BAR WITH RAE DUNN PIECES AND A MUG RACK AND MUG TREE
Janet, from Little House on Prairie Cove, has so many great Rae Dunn pieces organized on her coffee station. She has her mugs easily accessible on her mug tree and mug rack.
If you're wondering where to buy Rae Dunn pieces, we wrote a post that will help you out.
A COFFEE BAR WITH RAE DUNN TIN STORAGE
Another great storage for a coffee bar is Rae Dunn's tin collection. She has everything labeled for you, to take the guesswork out of the situation.
Julie, at Luv Shades of Blue, has just what her name says, sweet touches of blues on her coffee nook. It adds the perfect pop of color to a black and white corner.
A COFFEE STATION FOR COFFEE, TEA & COCOA LOVERS
This little coffee nook is set up not only to make the perfect cup of coffee but for those who love tea and cocoa too.
Emily, from Home Sweet Home Decor, has her Rae Dunn mugs displayed cutely on her brewing station.
A COFFEE STATION WITH TEA & TOASTER INCLUDED
This is a complete little breakfast nook. With coffee, tea, a toaster and so much more.
A sink is a perfect thing to build a coffee bar around. This area assembled by Norma Jean, from Our Hidden Farmhouse, is flawless.
A SHABBY CHIC TEA BAR
Ambyr, over at 3 Honey Suckle Way, has created a shabby chic tea bar.
The English Tea tins are gorgeous centerpieces surrounded by so many other vintage pieces.
A CHRISTMAS COFFEE & COCOA BAR
If you are bored with the coffee bar you have right now, we're excited to show you Charity's, from Mornings on Macedonia. She shows how to decorate for the holidays in her post DIY: Creating A Christmas Coffee & Cocoa Bar.
She has so many great tips and includes one of our favorites pieces, a tiered tray, in her decor.
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We hope to have answered all of the questions you might have had about coffee bar ideas. Our friends sure have gorgeous ones and we have loved sharing them with you.
If you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you!
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