What is better than coming into your kitchen for your first cup of coffee of the day? If you undertake a kitchen renovation project, adding a coffee bar is one way to make that experience special every day. If you’re considering adding a coffee bar into your new kitchen design, these tips will help you pull it all together.
Maximize Your Space
The size of your kitchen doesn’t have to determine if a coffee bar could work in your kitchen. It all comes down clever usage of whatever space you have. Your kitchen renovation designer can help you come up with space-saving coffee bar designs that will match your aesthetic. A hidden counter nook is a great way to store coffee bar items without sacrificing counter space, while a sideboard for all of your coffeemaking tools can be a nice addition if you have the room for a piece of furniture. Hanging mugs on hooks and opting for a streamlined, single-cup coffee maker can give you the look of a coffee bar without sacrificing a great deal of space.
Consider a Rolling Cart
Bar carts are frequently used in home design, but who says rolling carts have to just be for mixing drinks? A rolling bar cart can easily be transformed into coffee bar, complete with syrups, mugs, a coffee maker, and your favorite coffee blends. Station it in a corner of the kitchen and roll it out when it’s time to indulge in a cup.
Don’t Skimp on Storage
In most households, people have differing opinions on what makes the best cup of coffee. Adding adequate storage for your coffee bar during your kitchen renovation means that you’ll be able to keep everyone’s favorite coffee supplies on hand and ready for convenient access.
At Southwest Kitchen and Bath, our team is ready to make your dream kitchen a reality. Talk to a team member today about your kitchen renovation in Tucson by calling (520) 531-9187.