How to Make a Counter-Top Coffee Bar
I love coffee. Well, I love cream, sugar, and yummy flavored syrups in my coffee. What that means is that coffee has to be just a special treat for me, that is until I can be adult enough to drink it black. Jason likes to make it a little more often, though, so I came up with a way to keep all the coffee-making things neat and tidy.
I was using an ironstone platter for our counter-top coffee bar until recently, but had to buy a tray for a bridal shower, so I bought one of my favorites (you can find it HERE) that I could use for the coffee bar after. Now I can fit our coffee maker (we have THIS one) on it too! I store the coffee and sugar in mason jars…maybe someday I’ll upgrade to the fancy pour lids (you can find them HERE or HERE), but for now these will work just fine! Lastly, I have a milk glass vase that holds our stirring and measuring spoons.
Depending on how fancy you get with your coffee, you might just have a little space left over for a pretty plant—and to me, that’s the best part!
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