The Coffee Cart is the New Bar Cart: DIY Coffee Carts and Stations

published Apr 30, 2017
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We always say that your home should reflect your interests and hobbies—so if you happen to be a caffeine-loving espresso guzzler, it only makes sense to devote some space to your favorite pastime. Each one of these DIY refueling stations is guaranteed to perk up your home’s style and save you from that afternoon slump.

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If your home decor is all about hardware store pipes and reclaimed wood (surefire signs you’re a devotee of warm industrial style), this DIY coffee cart by Tabitha Blue of Fresh On My Blog will fuel your decor theme.

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Is there anything marble contact paper and gold spray paint can’t do? Creating with KLC called on these two miracle materials to make over this IKEA cart, and the results are stunning.

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To keep mugs within reach above her coffee console, Jen from The House of Wood built a navy blue organizer with copper hardware. If you don’t have a ton of space to work with, this wall-hanging unit will stay out of your way.

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Calling all fans of Fixer Upper and farmhouse style, take a moment to admire this chalkboard wall and floating shelves from Bower Power. Cup hooks attached to the bottom shelf offer a spot to suspend coffee mugs, while the chalkboard wall provides space to write recipes—or the to-do lists you’re now energized enough to tackle.

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By setting this multi-level coffee cart on casters, Chelsea from Farm Fresh Therapy can roll it wherever a double-shot espresso is needed.

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Search flea markets and thrift stores for vintage pieces that can be repurposed as a coffee cart after a fresh coat of paint. The cute pastel cart above, seen on Design*Sponge, was a hospital cart in a previous life.

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If you don’t have much counter space to spare, elevate the essentials by hanging mugs from a rail and storing supplies along a shelf, as Melissa from The Inspired Room did with her coffee nook, above.