Organized Coffee Station

7:48:00 AM

I love coffee
and my coffee station shows it...

I drink a LOT of coffee every day so it only makes sense
that there would be an organized place 
for coffee supplies in my kitchen.

A found piece of marble centers this area and my 
hand painted coffee sign fits perfectly.

In my newly chalk painted kitchen, I set aside an
area for a coffee station. We hid away the traditional
coffee maker and replaced it with the Keurig. It was 
more expensive for a cup of coffee but the convenience
of just popping in a K cup won out. 

Recently I purchased my K cups from
free shipping and $10.00 off a case. It worked out to $.40 a cup
so for me that was a bargain!

organized coffee drawer

I used the wooden drawers from an old IKEA desk organizer to create a well organized coffee drawer.  There is a place for everything we need within reach. The grinder, the expresso machine, K cups, filters, and tea bags.

In the closet right above is the cabinet that holds
coffee mugs and glasses, all within reach for one stop shopping...

coffee mugs

An easy and organized coffee station is my
thought for the day...

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  1. Love this! My coffee stuff is literally tumbling out of a cabinet! [email protected]

  2. Wow! You really do love coffee! =) Love your sign. I'm not a big coffee drinker. I only do the Starbucks vanilla lattes (in the bottles at Pathmark). Otherwise, it's Diet Coke for me.


  3. Great idea...I love the drawer organizers and how you have everything neatly tucked away out of sight.


  4. I love coffee, so your station is perfect, the drawer is fabulous with everything neatly organized... I love it! Hugs,

  5. I need to get my coffee and tea organized. Have never made a particular "station" for one but have seen some cute ones like yours this weekend.


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