Looking for a brewtiful upgrade to your current coffee-making station? Freshly brewed coffee will never go out of style, but your current coffee station might. We have compiled a list of 10 trendy coffee bar cabinet ideas that all can be simply DIY’d. From bar carts, to desks, to refurbished dressers, to making your own station with trendy and easy to assemble RTA cabinets, these are all perfect options to create your new coffee bar station.
Some may ask, why do you need a separate station or area just for coffee? This idea of having a bar cart for coffee, or any form of coffee station other than the usual, has been trending for the past year now and we don’t see it going away anytime soon. People are realizing how much their daily coffee at the local cafe adds up, so why not bring the cafe into your home? It makes the process of making your morning cup of joe much easier, cheaper, fun, and provides another stylistic element to whatever space you choose to put it in.
Let’s get into the 10 trending DIY coffee bar cabinet ideas!
Simple Coffee Bar Station
Looking for a coffee bar that is simple and minimalistic? The small desk pictured above has been converted into a sleek coffee bar station. Able to fit in small, empty, or awkward spaces in your home, a desk is a great option for a coffee bar. The drawers allow you to conceal all coffee-making necessities like K-Cups, utensils, sugar, and more. Matching floating shelves brings more style elements to the coffee station, where you are able to showcase cute coffee accessories like mugs and glassware.
DIY Coffee & Alcohol Bar Cart
If you are looking to blend your two favorite beverage items into one station, look no further. A simple bar cart like the one above is perfect for executing both your alcoholic and coffee beverage needs. If the bar cart is multi-tiered, each level can be separated into your coffee-making needs and cocktail-making needs.
DIY Dresser Coffee Bar
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If you are down to go on a quick thrifting trip or willing to surf through online selling websites, you most likely will be able to snag a good quality dresser that someone doesn’t want anymore. A dresser can be easily DIY’d into a coffee bar station. With a small can of paint, new hardware, and all of the coffee-making necessities, you will have a beautiful DIY coffee bar!
Built-in Coffee Bar Cabinet
If you have a pantry, unused closet or open cabinet space, a built-in coffee bar cabinet might just be the right choice for you. With a built-in coffee bar, it can be concealed to hide all of the coffee making necessities if you either don’t have the room for a coffee bar or just don’t want to always see your coffee station. Built-ins and pull out shelving are a great option to store away things like K-Cups, sugars and creamers.
K-Cup Built-in Coffee Station Drawer
An essential part of any coffee bar is that the components that go into making the coffee are either organized nicely or hidden from eyesight. If your coffee bar cabinet has a drawer, this is a perfect spot to keep these items hidden from view. A built-in drawer organizer is a great way to keep these items out of sight but also nicely organized.
Looking for something to organize your K-Cups perfectly in a drawer? Check out this K-Cup drawer insert!
Modern DIY Coffee Bar
A modern coffee bar can easily be DIY’d from start to finish. In the picture above, they took a cabinet, painted it, added new hardware and a countertop, then styled it with floating shelves. If you don’t feel like going out to find a cabinet for sale, you can order Ready-To-Assemble cabinets like these white kitchen cabinets to make your coffee bar cabinet!
Industrial DIY Coffee Bar
For more of an industrial coffee bar look, you can grab three pieces of wood, wood stain of your choice, metal pipes, and leg stands to DIY your own industrial coffee bar. This is a great option if you can’t find a coffee bar you like online or in stores and would prefer it to be shelving rather than a whole cabinet.
Farmhouse Coffee Bar Station
For the perfect farmhouse style coffee bar, a small rustic cabinet will do just the job. These can be easily thrifted and DIY’d to your liking. With a matching collection of mugs and vases, as well as a floating shelf for additional farmhouse style decor, this coffee bar will fit perfectly into your home!
Large Multi-Purpose Coffee Bar
If you have a big enough space, you would be able to install a large multi-purpose coffee bar. This can include snacks, alcohol, coffee, and additional drinks to save space in your kitchen. For an inexpensive way to incorporate a large bar like the one pictured above, you could order RTA cabinets, a second-hand small fridge, and subway tile for the backsplash.
DIY Coffee Bar Desk
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For a DIY coffee bar desk similar to the one above, all it takes is a quick trip to the thrift store for a desk and a paint color or stain of your choice. This is a simple DIY project that won’t be expensive and will do the job perfectly. Add your coffee machines, products and mugs, and you will have a fully functioning coffee bar!