It just seems like most of our mornings are not complete without that morning cup of coffee we love so much. Many times were are on the run… so I thought that this collection of The Best DIY Farmhouse Coffee Bars That Will Perk You Up would be great inspiration to create a Coffee Bar of your very own. That way with everything all in one place it will be a lot easier to have that cup of your favorite brew before you get where you are going! If you are taking it to go… make sure that mug collection has some travel mugs! We have some modern Farmhouse Styles… a touch of Cottage Farmhouse… Rustic and Eclectic that will fit just about any Home Decor Design you love. So grab that cuppa and join us as we check out the Best DIY Farmhouse Coffee Bars… you are going to love them.
The Best DIY Farmhouse Coffee Bars That Will Perk You Up!
Let’s start our look at DIY Coffee Bars with this beauty over at Jen’s place… House Of Wood. A Contemporary Farmhouse dream in deep Navy and Copper. Simple… streamlined… functional and looks like a Coffee Lover’s dream. Now for the best part… she is going share her plans on how to make this and it will only run you about $25! Another feature that is fabulous is that it is a space saver. So if you have been looking for a Coffee Bar that was affordable but spectacular… I think you just found one!
Now if you like a touch of the Rustic Farmhouse look… Donna the Queen of Funky Junk has a great Reclaimed Wood Coffee Heart Rack waiting for you. Once you get this great piece created all you need is a little bit of wall space and a small little cart…bookshelf or table… heck you could even use 2 brackets and a shelf. Then add your Coffee and Tea essentials and VOILA!
Tabitha over at Fresh Mommy is sharing her DIY for this delightful Modern Industrial Farmhouse Coffee Cart that is so easy and very budget friendly. She’s got the supply list waiting for you and the How to. This is a great weekend project for sure. I also love that you can change it up to fit your style in so many different ways. You can choose to go with the silver findings… leave it natural wood or a different stain and then of course you could choose one of the millions of paint treatments out there in your favorite color. So many options. Plus if you get tired of a Coffee Station (I personally don’t see how that is possible : )… you could use this piece in just about any room in the house for so many different purposes. Drop by and get the full DIY and enjoy!
If you don’t have space for a separate piece of furniture… you can always use a little bit of your counter space. Then add a shelf above it for all the essentials. EZ PZ and a great look! Thanks to The Cozy Place!
Now… over at Junk Chic Cottage … a bit of French Country Chic Farmhouse Style is happening and it is so sweet. I love how these pretty space evolved. The Chalkboard especially. She used old chippy posts to form the frame around the chalk board painted on the wall. Drop by to see how the rest came together. It shows you that you can create with items that you all ready have and I love that. How about you?
Now if you want a cool… modern… fun Coffee Bar… you don’t have to look far… snatch up an IKEA Kallax and give it a little hack and there you go. Best over at Oh Everything Handmade is going to share her little IKEA hack. There is so much storage space so you can have everything you need organized in baskets. All the things you need will be at your fingertips and look great to! Then be inspired with her eclectic Wall Gallery which I love. Once again… so easy and budget friendly!
Now here is another cool version of an eclectic and fabulous Coffee Bar… this one created by Bree is very much like the IKEA one above… but it has been made from a Thrifted Bookshelf which opens another budget friendly door. With a little bit of love and paint you have an almost instant Coffee Bar. Fill those shelves with your favorite mugs… teas… coffees… condiments and more and reserve the top for the Coffee Maker and essentials. Once again… I am personal loving the little Art Gallery above it. Hang all your favorite art and it will become a spot you want to frequent often and a space that will make everyone smile. There are so ways you can approach the bookshelf. You can strip it and stain it! Then of course you can treat it with your favorite color and paint treatment. You also may want to try adding a fabulous wallpaper or removable wallpaper to the back for a little bit of pizzaz. Check this great project out over at Bakedbree! By the way… if you are looking for some interesting Wall Art for a Gallery… come and visit our Free Printable Gallery… it’s filled with all kinds of goodies you might enjoy when creating a Gallery!
If you have a little cart… table… chest… dresser…etc… as a Coffee Bar and want to add a bit more charm and storage to the space… time to get the DIY for this Farmhouse DIY Coffee Mug Display over at Shanty 2 Chic. The girls will have you creating one of these in a weekend. Before work on Monday you will be displaying all your favorite mugs. Quick… easy… budget friend and looks great.
How gorgeous is this? Lauren over at Bless’er House is going to show and tell you how she created this lovely space. Keep your eyes peel for a fabulous Thrift Store Dresser that you can makeover in your style (loving this white waxed look for sure). Then Beth shares that the Mug Rack is from IKEA… with the right paint and color she transforms it into exactly what she was looking for. Before you know it her masterpiece was complete with plenty of storage space. Come and enjoy her post and get all the details… she even shares where she got all of her pieces that made her display so special. She also added a touch of greenery. I would love to see a few plants added… real or faux! Tons of inspiration awaits. Coffee never tasted so good!
We are back to visit Donna from FunkY Junk Interiors once again (she has so many Farmtastic Ideas and DIYS!) This time she is sharing her DIY for this beautiful Coffee Sign/Mug Rack which will give you a great Rustic Farmhouse look. If you want to take it a step further… she shares how she added a primitive type ironing board as the base to her Coffee Bar (pretty brilliant)! It’s quickly… charming… oh so Farmhouse and just plain fun. I highly suggest a visit with her and she will get your creative juices running.
Over at Dear Lillie you will find a lovely Farmhouse Style Coffee/Hot Cocoa Station that is simply lovely. She shares how she put it together and I know you can too. Find yourself some lower open shelving units (if you are looking for a Farmhouse style… you can always add wooded x’s to the side before your stain or paint. Then you can purchase or make a large chalkboard. The rest is all about what you fill the shelving with. Everything you need for a yummy cuppa and it looks fabulous. Hope it inspires you to create your own
Here is another creative angle. Find yourself a great big dresser that you can have fun making over. How fabulous does this look in cobalt blue! It will give you plenty of storage for everything you need to store…tons of space for preparing your cup of Coffee or Tea and then with the addition of some shelving above… you can display and store anything you would like. Love the eclectic look of this creation over at Jamie Scott. Check it all out and enjoy.
We are making one more stop to visit with Donna over at Funky Junk Interiors so she can show us how to make this Industrial Pipe and Reclaimed Wood Mini Coffee Station. No matter what size your space is… you can have a Coffee Bar with this DIY… it will fit just about anywhere at all. It only uses a tiny bit of space on the counter yet it is simply perfect for that “Coffee Spot” Use the under space any way you would like… I would like to add some pods… a grinder and maybe some coconut sugar and a little jar with spoons. It is so much fun and oh so useful. So don’t tell yourself you don’t have the room… I know you can find it with this simple project. I tell you… Donna is a genius! While you are there… be sure to see how she utilizes a simple Crate on her counter… I LOVE IT!
This whimsical corner would certainly make you smile as you are making yourself a cup of your favorite brew. All you need is a small cabinet… some open shelving and a great mug rack and you are ready to serve. If this has inspired you… you owe it to yourself to visit the instagram of Oak.Hill.Farms for some Farmhouse Charm.
These two cuties over at The Long Awaited Home instagram want to show you their mommies Coffee Bar. The counter space is used very wisely by adding a 3 tier tray and filled that with items that are needed and decorative one. Then shelves were added above and the bottom of the shelves had hooks added to them for extra mug storage and more. Do you have a space like this? It’s easy to do! Some great inspiration awaits you in chilly New Hampshire.
This A Colorado Life instagram site shows you how simple it was to create this trendy Farmhouse Coffee Bar. Add a few shelves to a chalkboard … place it over a cabinet… table… chest…dresser… even a filing cabinet and there you have it.
Over at Live Simply you are going to find the DIY so you can build this great piece of furniture. It has a great Industrial Farmhouse look and it will hold all of your Coffee Bar accessories and more. The addition of the Wrought Iron Bar Mug Hook just puts it over the top! Come on over and get the How To and enjoy!
We are going to make one more stop and this time it is over at I Spy DIY. I wanted to share this because I think it would be an awesome Coffee Bar just with the addition of the Coffee Maker and the accessories you need to make your Coffee. The Mugs could hang on a Mug Rack or they could be on a Mug Tree. The DIY for the table is waiting for you. Then you can add some chairs and actually sit at your Coffee Bar. Don’t you love it!
I am loving this quick and easy Coffee Bar over at The Inspired Hive. It’s an IKEA Hack and you are going to see some magic when a 3 drawer Tarva meets the perfect stain or paint… and pulls! It’s almost instant Farmhouse Beauty in a snap. Add your Coffee favorites and you have yourself a fabulous Coffee Bar. Be sure to visit and get the full scoop!
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