My kitchen is small. I don’t have a ton of counter space, but I love coffee. I’d been eye balling these beautiful coffee bars on Pinterest and I knew I wanted to make one on a smaller scale. I have had my Keurig and K-Cup carousel underneath my drinkware cabinet for ages, so I decided to start there.
I had this great wooden tray that I painted white a few years ago. I started by cutting some pretty paper to fit and covering it with Con-tac paper to make it waterproof.
Of course, you can see the seam where my paper didn’t quite match up.
My mom also gave me some glass jars she found in the Target Dollar Spot. I made some burlap tags for them, and filled them with ground coffee and sugar.
I found this really cute print at Modern Pilgrim, which I printed off and popped into a frame I already had.
The overall result is a cute, organized coffee bar where everything (except milk) is easily in reach.
And best of all, it didn’t cost a thing 🙂
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