8 Ways To Make An At Home Coffee Bar Inspired By Coffee Shops

For Many coffee is the reason for there very existence, for others the smell of coffee wakes them up in the morning…if you encounter these people don’t talk to them until they’ve had their life potion. 

I love to be hospitable and to take make people feel welcomed into my home. The Kitchen is an part of a home where people gather, because food brings people together. 

In the morning when I go make coffee, I often bump into my roommate (Megan) and we drink our coffee and talk. I love it! 

Ours is made for a record player but I guess that’s what makes ours unique.

The coffee bar at my home brings people together. How about yours?

Rustic Coffee Bar Cart

Rustic Coffee Bar 

Looking for a rustic look for your home? Check Out this rustic coffee bar cart!

Price:$$

Width (in.)
23.8
Height (in.)
29.9

Bar Cart

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Impress your guests with this capacious and attractive bar cart. Perfect for entertaining, it can also be used to add additional space in your kitchen or dining room or even as a display shelf

Width (in.)
38.25 in
 
Height (in.)
32.25 in

Studio Bar Cart

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The Eliza bar cart goes for retro glam with its oval shape, paired rows of brushed silver metal barriers around each cart tray and 1960’s-modern style

Width (in.)
34.5 in
 
Height (in.)
17 in

Bellwood Serving Cart

Price:$

A modern, 2-toned wooden bar cart, Bellwood Bar and Serving Cart makes the perfect addition to any corner of your home

Width (in.)
31.39 in
Height (in.)
17.16 in

Sideboard Coffee Buffet

Price:$

It can fit two coffee makers next to each other and there’s still room on top for coffee essentials. 

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