Let guests be part of the process by placing an espresso and cappuccino machine on the beverage station. Guests get to learn something new and can make drinks suited to their individual tastes. The milk-frothing function in the machine makes delicious cappuccinos, lattes and hot chocolate. Add popular garnishes such as marshmallows, flavored syrups and cinnamon sticks to the display.
When they're not enjoying coffee and breakfast, the owners can use the island as a work station or spot for reading. Notice how the two stools, with their metallic finish, perfectly complement the pendant lights.
A tall cabinet cleverly hides a deluxe coffee and tea station, including an espresso machine with plumbing (no need to venture away for water). And there's also additional storage for countertop appliances and bulkier kitchen items like colanders.
If youâ€™re looking for a spot to express your creative side as a family, your coffee table may be the perfect place. Protect the surface with a table cloth or a large flat weave rug by placing a drop cloth or roll of craft paper beneath it. Next, lay out painting or crafting supplies with a cohesive color scheme among vessels.
Designers carved out space in a hallway to function as this stylish bar with a beverage refrigerator and a coffee station. Cabinets: Acadia Craft; Sconces: Shades of Light; Backsplash tile: Cle Tile; Wall paint: Sherwin Williams Repose Gray
This white, transitional kitchen and adjoining butler's pantry feature loads of counter space, as well as ample storage. White walls and cabinetry create a clean, crisp palette that sets the tone for the home's overall transitional design. A gray tile backsplash peeks out from behind the coffee station.
It has multiple levels, it rolls, it might even fit under your desk – and who cares if it’s made for cocktails? A cute bar cart like this can be a great solution for your office supplies other essentials. You could even make the top into a coffee station.
Repurpose a bar or garden cart into a rolling breakfast station complete with gourmet coffees and a variety of newspapers. It's the perfect time of year to loll away the morning over the paper, sipping hot java and noshing freshly baked pastries.
Evoking the home's English charm, Wedgwood blue built-ins provide plenty of storage for dishes, cups, serveware and even houses a coffee serving station. Original hardwood floors ground the dining room and a classic table is surrounded by simple yet comfortable chairs.