It’s a cold and rainy day today in San Antonio, which made me appreciate my cup of coffee this morning even more. So as I was drinking my coffee I opened Pinterest, per usual, and saw the most adorable picture of a coffee bar. I mean look how cute this is:
I love the silver tray holding the bright coffee mugs and the pail of spoons so that people can stir their coffee without digging for utensils. The glass jar of white sugar and the vase of flowers are accents that really set the area off. But what I love most of all is the chalk board sign of “But first, coffee.” That could’t scream my name any louder.
So, after drooling over that picture, I typed into the search bar “Coffee Bars” and look at these adorable arrangements that other people have made:
The white brick wall gives amazing texture to the corner but what really pops is the blue chest that holds all of the coffee supplies. The shelves with glass jars on them is great for different kinds of sweeteners, creamers, stir sticks, tea bags, etc. The blue “S” on the top shelf is a great accent to balance the blue chest. This is a festive corner that I adore.
I’m a sucker for a black and white kitchen. It’s my dream to have a black and white kitchen and one day I will have a black and white kitchen. Until then, I will just stare at this coffee bar in awe and continue with my day. This coffee bar is a little busy for my taste but the theme is perfect. The chalkboard to label the area along with the glass jars with coffee contents. However, the shelves on top of the chalkboard turn me off a little bit. I love accents of white dishes and flare but all of the candles and creamer cows are a little displeasing to the eye. So, subtract a few items off the shelf and this is my ideal coffee bar.
Now, this. This is the most precious and quaint coffee bar of them all. It goes back to my love for black and white kitchen decor, a simple chalkboard, a tiered tray of mugs, fruit, and k-cups, and the white chest holding it all up is so simple yet perfect.
These coffee bars have given me inspiration to possibly create a coffee bar in my home. Now just figuring out where is the real challenge… Which of the coffee bars if your favorite?
‘Til next time!