When it comes to the idea of a bar, what bar that pop up on your mind? Is it a bar for alcohol or else? But now, we want to talk about the home bar for a coffee. Who else doesn’t feel awake when you don’t drink a coffee after you wake up in the morning? Some people do. Are you one of them?
TRANSITIONAL COFFEE BAR
I think the coffee bar would turn your dining area into the next level. Just take a look at this. They really decorate the coffee bar beautifully. Even, they write the walls like this is the real coffee bar like in the coffee shops. This idea comes from Miami and they decorate this room with a medium tone. Such an inspiring idea!
ALCOHOL AND COFFEE INTO ONE
There is nothing wrong with combining your coffee bar with your spirits collection. It could be easier for you because you don’t have to look for another room to find what you need. A cup of coffee in the morning and a sip of your favorite wine at night? all in one place.
1950s STYLE OF COFFEBAR
This coffee bar design is using the 1850s style wet bar. They put sink on it, flat-panel cabinets, a refrigerator, and some open cabinets. All you need is provided in one place.
FARMHOUSE COFFEE BAR
A farmhouse coffee bar design with a little touch of modernness. This idea comes from New York and they made the coffee bar in their dining room. One thing that interesting here is the dining table and the foldable chairs. Isn’t it flexible and modern? It will save your dining tablespaces.
LARGE COFFEE BAR
If you have a large space to make the room for your bar, then I think this bar design might be a suitable match for you. They make a big wall cupboard and dedicated the center space of this cupboard as their home coffee bar.
BEACH STYLE COFFEE BAR
Another idea of the wet coffee bar but this time, we offer you the beach style one. They use white glass cabinets and adding under-mount sink on it.
WHITE AND CHIC
If you are a person who loves white and simplicity, then this coffee bar design could be good for you. Even, they also use white appliances for the coffee maker.
ALL IN ONE
There’s nothing wrong to combine your coffee bar with other elements like the refrigerator, the wine cellar, or even the racks of the glass. It would help you a lot!
SINGLE WALL BAR
This one is really my favorite of them all. They made this bar below the stair space and using the other room as the storages.
So, you have seen some examples If the bar isn’t just for a space to drink alcohol. If you are a coffee worm or a person who can’t live without a cup of coffee? Why don’t you make your own coffee bar then?
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