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Mix Cabinet Colors

coffee bar ideas light blue cabinetry with coffee cabinet
Christopher Stark

Whereas the rest of this modern kitchen has pastel blue cabinets, the coffee bar cabinet stands out with wood cabinetry and glass panels. Clara Jung of Banner Day Interiors fills the see-through cabinet with modern white mugs and a stunning espresso machine.


Display Mugs Using Hooks

coffee bar table with hanging mugs

Located in the corner of a home office, this antique console table houses a high-tech coffee maker, alongside a trendy lamp and lush houseplant. Above, Christine Higgs of @forthehome uses gold rods with S-hooks to hang coffee mugs, utensils, tea towels and a few decorative items.



Bring in Gorgeous Greenery

coffee bar idea, bright and plant filled
Ali Rivera

Instantly bring color to your kitchen coffee bar with a few houseplants, which look beautiful paired with wooden accents. We love how Jenny Williamson, principal designer of West Rose Design, makes use of the vertical space by adding floating shelves for tiers of greenery.

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Merge Modern With Vintage

vintage inspired coffee bar
Tudor Photography

Turn your coffee bar into a focal point by blending modern and vintage elements, like a mirrored backsplash, fluted cabinet doors and antique-inspired hardware. Here, the Mendelson Group adds hooks under the cabinets to display mugs and a bar sink for easy coffee prep.


Maximize an Awkward Alcove

coffee bar idea with navy cabinetry
Abigail Jackson Photography

If you’ve got a small nook or crevice adjacent to the kitchen, you have a perfect opportunity to turn it into a tucked-away coffee bar. To complete this stylish alcove, Jill Perry, interior designer at Design Works Studio, opts for dark blue cabinetry and wood floating shelves above for extra storage.


Paint an Old Dresser

painted dresser, blue
Kaleidoscope Living

Here’s an affordable idea to consider. Repurpose a thrifted dresser (or one you’re no longer using) into a coffee bar by painting it a fresh hue. Use the drawers to store coffee filters, coffee grinds, tea bags and mugs, then put your coffee machine and tea kettle up top.

See more at Kaleidoscope Living »

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Install a Prep Sink

coffee bar with sink and double faucet and wine fridge
THe Handmade Home

Designate a Space in the Kitchen

white kitchen coffee bar prep area
Abigail Jackson Photography

Whether you have a spacious kitchen or separate butler’s pantry, reserve a dedicated space for your coffee supplies. Liz Goldberg, founder of CAROLYNLEONA, also adds a wine fridge, so this area can effortlessly transition from day to night.


Add Floating Shelves

Coffee Bar Ideas - Modern Coffee Bar
Love Create Celebrate

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Convert a Closet

coffee bar ideas with wallpaper and curtain
Laurey Glenn

Here, interior designer Ashley Gilbreath converted a closet into a stylish coffee bar. The built-in shelves are perfect for storing mugs, stirrers and coffee grounds, while the decorative curtain helps hide storage and extra supplies.


Tuck Everything Away

light wood coffee cabinet
Sara Tramp-Ligorria

Hidden behind beautiful Ross Alan reclaimed lumber cladding, this coffee and tea bar is equipped with a collection of mugs, a tea pot, cold brew maker and most notability, a coffee maker. The doors tuck in, so you can put away your coffee station when the afternoon rolls around.

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Transition From Day to Night

Coffee Bar Ideas - Drinks Cart
Mike Garten

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Build a Beverage Nook

coffee bar ideas, green and gold
Margaret Rajic

Inspired by timelessness of English kitchens, designer Kate Marker dreamed up this gorgeous pantry cabinet. Open the stately doors to reveal your mug collection, then use the Native Trails Malibu sink to easily prep your morning coffee.


Consider a Bold Backsplash

coffee bar ideas
David Patterson

Bring the Coffee Bar Into the Office

home office ideas
Christopher Dibble

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Go Glam

coffee bar ideas, station in kitchen with gold and blue
Think Chic Interiors

From the mirrored backsplash to the sleek gold accents, this coffee bar by Malka Helft of Think Chic Interiors makes a statement without overshadowing the rest of the kitchen. The cabinets above and below are ideal for storing mugs, utensils and other frequently used ingredients.


Thrift an Antique Buffet

Coffee Bar Ideas - White Waxed Bar
Bless’er House

For a true trash-to-treasure DIY, coat an antique buffet with a glossy finish to give it a more modern feel. Cover any imperfections with baskets, jars and an assortment on monochromatic mugs.

See more at Bless’er House »


Turn Dishware Into Decor

coffee bar ideas, white cabinets with glossy tile
Chloe Crane-Cleroux

Designate a space in your kitchen to your morning coffee routine. Add floating shelves to ensure your coffee maker, grounds and mugs are all within reach — plus the collection looks gorgeous on display in this space by Becca Casey of Becca Interiors.

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Elevate With Wallpaper

closet transformed into a bar
Stacy Zarin Goldberg

Turn a spare closet into a stylish coffee bar by covering the wall with a bold temporary wallpaper and dotting the shelves with decorative accents.


Add Pocket Cabinet Doors

coffee bar ideas, all white and stainless coffee station inside cabinet
Mackenzie Merrill

You can leave these cabinet doors open while you make your coffee without worrying you’ll walk into them, since the doors easily tuck inside the cabinet. Designed by Amy Leferink of Interior Impressions, this kitchen features a built-in coffee station complete with a small shelf that fits a small collection of coffee mugs.

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Associate Lifestyle Editor

Alyssa Gautieri (she/her) is the associate lifestyle editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things home and interior design. Prior to joining GH in 2022, she wrote for publications including ELLE Decor, Chairish,, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, in addition to crafting product copy for home brands like BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries.

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Amanda Garrity is a lifestyle writer and editor with over seven years of experience, including five years on staff at Good Housekeeping, where she covered all things home and holiday, including the latest interior design trends, inspiring DIY ideas and gift guides for any (and every) occasion. She also has a soft spot for feel-good TV, so you can catch her writing about popular shows like Virgin River, Sweet Magnolias, Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart and more. 


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