Hi there! I hope you are starting to enjoy some cooler weather where you are. We actually dipped into the 40s last night, so we’re getting some brisk mornings. I even had to turn on my seat warmer the other day (granted I did have shorts on because it was supposed to be about 80 degrees later that day). Whenever it starts to get a little cooler I start to think about hot drinks, warm soups, and spicy chili! Even my kids are starting to ask for hot chocolate again. It got me thinking that I need to revamp my coffee station, so I started looking for a little coffee and hot drink inspiration. I thought I’d share my favorites with you today so that you could be just as inspired!
I think this tea and coffee bar on an Ikea sofa table is a great idea. It’s perfect if you don’t have a lot of countertop space.
Are you a tea drinker? How cute is this free “keep calm” printable?
This mug rack looks so easy to make, and you can paint it to match any decor. I love the dark gray with copper mugs, though!
You’ll have to check out this great creamer hack! Such a clever idea!
This hot chocolate station is so cute for your holiday entertaining!
This coffee station made out of old barnwood and windows is simply stunning!
This free printable sign is perfect for your hot chocolate bar. And, did you even know they had whipped cream flavored vodka? This is my kind of station!
Can you believe this is an old workbench? The stencil is so fun, too!
I see old flatware boxes fairly often at thrift stores and yard sales, but I would never have thought to do this! I love that you can change out the fabric for the seasons, too!
I love this industrial look and that you can store some of your small appliances. Double duty going on here!
I don’t know about you, but this has given me a lot of ideas about how I want to set up my own station. I can’t wait to get started on it this weekend, and I’ll share what I do next week. Do you have a coffee or hot drink station set up in your home? What are your favorite elements of it?
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