How to Create a Countertop Coffee Station

February 16, 2021

If you’re short on space but have a big love for coffee, create a countertop coffee station with these coffee making essentials!

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One thing that I truly look forward to at night is having my evening cup of decaf coffee. Sometimes it’s just straight coffee with a splash of flavored syrup and some oat or almond milk. Sometimes it’s a full blown latte topped with some kind of sweet seasoning and a drizzle of chocolate syrup –  if I’m feeling fancy!  But it’s become a nightly ritual that’s as routine as skincare and brushing my teeth!

Since my morning cup of coffee has extended itself into a decaf evening cup of Joe, I decided to make a countertop coffee station.  Our kitchen is small, but we have a decent amount of counter space.  However, I like to keep it uncluttered as possible so I have a lot of space to work with while I’m cooking.  So I got a small wire basket from the craft store and made that my coffee station.  

How to Create a Countertop Coffee Station

Even if you’re short on space, you can still have a practical countertop coffee station that holds everything you need to make an amazing cup of coffee at home.  I ditched my Keurig a few years ago and now use a stovetop percolator.  It’s small enough to keep on a shelf in our kitchen, but makes a great cup of coffee! 

I filled my basket with coffee making essentials like a handheld milk frother, Torani flavored syrups, and some sweet seasonings to sprinkle on top of my lattes.  I’d eventually like to get some new sauces to drizzle over my lattes and coffee stencils to make fun designs on top of the latte foam! 

Check out these coffee station essentials to create a dedicated space for all things coffee on your kitchen countertop! 

  1. Stainless Steel Coffee Percolator
  2. AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker
  3. Handheld Milk Frother
  4. Milk Frothing Pitcher
  5. My Coffee Bar Mat
  6. Coffee Measuring Spoons
  7. Let’s Spoon Coffee Spoon Rest
  8. Coffee, Tea, and Sugar Canister Set
  9. Buttery Cinnamon Roll Seasoning
  10. Chocolate Donut Seasoning
  11. Caramel Sprinkle Crunch
  12. Stainless Steel Coffee Stencils
  13. Torani Sauce Pack
  14. Torani Syrup Pack
  15. Metal Storage Basket

Do you have a coffee station in your kitchen?



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