Getting your morning cup of joe can be an aesthetic experience just as much as an energizing experience!
You may have been to making-do with a cramped and crowded corner on their kitchen counter to house your coffee setups. But you can have a beautifully decorated corner of your kitchen for the very own coffee station.
There are so many different ideas to design your very own coffee station and make your coffee corner feel like your favorite cafe. All these different designs included different ideas to organize your coffee maker, filters, cups, coffee, and creamer and add-ins.
To learn how to make the basic coffee station, check out this post on How to Make the Perfect Coffee Station!
In this an eariler post I wrote about how to to make the perfect coffee bar.
Once you have your coffee maker, coffee bar, accessories, and ingredients, you are ready to design your coffee station. All of these together will allow you to create the perfect coffee station!
Here are 25 gorgeous coffee bars to help inspire you to design your own:
The Modern Minimalist Coffee Bar
You don’t need a lot of space to make a beautiful coffee bar. Use minimalist industrial elements to create an efficient coffee station in a tight space. If you only have room for one shelf — no problem. A little shelf might be all you need for an extreme coffee makeover.
Big City Hotel Coffee Station
This option is great for coffee lovers who are feeling limited by their small kitchen. Why not put your coffee station in your living room or dining room? This way you have lots of added room for extra accessories — like donuts and friends.
Your Neighborhood Coffee Nook
There’s nothing better than that cozy feeling you get when the barista hands you your brew on a cold winter’s day. But why not skip the cold part? If you have a little extra time and you like to play draw — get a chalk board and make your own menu. You might even be inspired to make seasonal drinks.
Barnhouse Coffee Charm
If you like a rustic look, you’ll love this station. You might even be able to repurpose old hooks and mugs. The eclectic feel is all the rage these days. This design also leaves a lot of convenient tabletop available for muffins.
Espresso Lovers Island
This rolling station is for hardcore coffee junkies who are soft around the edges. Get real with yourself and take the leap with this coffee island. It comes with an espresso machine and lots of accessories. It’s also full of pastoral charm, so it makes an adorable addition to any home.
The Coffee Wall
If you’re willing to dedicate an entire wall to your coffee, that’s love. Bring the cozy home and create your own mini cafe with this design. Throw in some extra dishware and fruit, and you’re ready to host breakfast.
Rustic Chic Coffee Bar
The chalkboard choice really never disappoints. Add some low maintenance air plants to this design for a farmhouse feel.
The Coffee Bar Bar
This station, complete with bar stools — gives “coffee bar” a whole new meaning. Extra shelves make it extra space efficient. And surprise! It has a chalkboard.
The King of Kitchen Coffee Station
This coffee station is a triumph of space management, and it’s sure to become your favorite part of the kitchen. It’s incredible what a few extra shelves can do. This design creates more space for your coffee beans, microwave, and even your favorite plant.
The Funky DIY Coffee Corner
This is the coffee station of our dreams. It has lots of counter space and asymmetrical shelving for extra fun. Wooden cubes make great organizers for coffee pods here.
Industrial Coffee Bar Fantasy
This home coffee bar truly has it all — complete with two espresso machines and a mini-fridge. It might seem indulgent for a home bar, but we can’t help but envy this chrome coffee dream. Despite extra appliances, the design is spacious, creating a balance of hot and cold drinks.
Farmer’s Market Coffee Station
This is a great design for coffee lovers looking to cultivate the peace and tranquility of country living. This station is spacious and organized with lots of shelves. This is a great example of using extra dishware to decorate. Use your favorite bowls, jars, and mugs to fill out a station that’s feeling empty.
The Maximalist Coffee Station
With so many options, this coffee station will make any coffee fiend feel right at home. For those of you who can’t decide on just one appliance, remember — there’s no shame in being a coffee maximalist. You can make your coffee a different way every day of the week!
The Studio Station
Marie Kondo would approve of this simple coffee bar. The design respects the limited space available but subtle touches keep it cozy and chic.
Chalkboard Wall and Coffee Bar
Are you getting sick of chalkboards yet? Because we aren’t’! With extra space for mugs, plants, and a teapot — this coffee station has it all.
Coffee in the Closet
This is an unbeatable space-saver for those of you struggling to make a small space work. You have everything you need and more with this design.
Pantry Coffee Station
This practical pantry coffee station displays all of your prettiest appliances. With this design, you can make a smoothie and toast while your coffee is brewing. It’s the ultimate breakfast nook that you can close-up at the end of the day like your own cafe.
Coffee in the Cupboards Design
This secret coffee station is great for anyone lacking counter space. It might inspire you to get organized and upgrade your entire cupboard. With this design, remember that underlighting might be very useful
Breakfast Counter Corner
This is another minimalist design that makes the most of the countertop space available. Just putting all your breakfast appliances in one place can really bring a refreshing simplicity to your kitchen.
The Secret Coffee Store
This coffee station is so expertly hidden, you would never know it was there. The best part is that every utensil and pod has its own place. This is a great choice if you don’t want to show off your coffeemaker.
Bread Cupboard? More Like Coffee Cupboard
Every kitchen has its own brand of kitchen storage, so the possibilities are endless. This tricked out cupboard works as a full bar — complete with hanging wine glass storage and a jar of sugar cubes.
The Tiny Coffee Bar
Once again, we have to respect the power of the shelf here. This station optimizes counter space for appliances and uses a variety of shelves for mug storage.
The Coffee Cupboard Surprise
This floor-to-ceiling cupboard makes for the ultimate breakfast and coffee station. The built-in shelving and drawers serve as organizers for mugs, coffee, tea, and bread. There’s even space for a microwave and toaster.
The Less is More Coffee Station
This coffee station is another one-shelf wonder! Cute mugs and great underlighting give it a warm touch. Perfect for anyone with limited space.
Coffee Shelves and Wine Bar
This spacious cupboard makes for a great coffee station. It also comes complete with a wine rack! Vertical organizers and glass jars fill out this multi-use space.
There you have it! 25 Gorgeous Coffee Station Ideas to help inspire you to design your own.
Which one is your favorite?
Let me know in the comments section below. I’d love to know any other ideas you may have as well!