Creative DIY coffee stations – Party Junk 206


Creative DIY Coffee Stations - easy to create DIY ideas to serve up coffee in style! Features and a themed linkup on Funky Junk Interiors

Creative DIY coffee stations – Party Junk 206

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Creative DIY coffee stations are a little near and dear to my own heart. That first morning sip is pretty sweet, but add a pretty area designated for it and you have something pretty special indeed!

Features:

Rustic side table coffee station by Savvy City Farmer featured on Creative DIY coffee stations - Party Junk 206

Side table coffee station – Savvy City Farmer via Hometalk

A cool side table, a lamp, and a shutter creates the most delightful little coffee getaway ever!

Bright and colourful shelves and side table coffee station with vintage ironing board by Inspired by Charm, featured on Creative DIY coffee stations - Party Junk 206

Coffee station shelves – Inspired by Charm

Michael’s shelves are blog iconic by themselves, but you know the coffee station idea got me! Just a few shelves over top a side table can create an instant place to serve up that brew! Love the vintage wood ironing board as an extra shelf.

Old crates and drawers junk styled coffee station by Chipping with Charm, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Junk styled coffee station with crates and drawers  – Chipping with Charm

Laurel goes a little crate and old drawer crazy (good news for us!) and ends up creating this cool coffee station any junker would fall for! 

Upcycled bakers rack with old signs coffee station, by Repurposed Life, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Upcycled bakers rack coffee station – Repurposed Life 

You would NOT believe the before on this ultra cool baker’s rack coffee station. The old authentic signs take this beauty over the top! Coffee just got a whole lot better…

A round up!

20 Cute At Home Coffee Stations via Hometalk, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Here’s a fabulous collection of amazing DIY Coffee Station Projects from Hometalk all in one easy to read clipboard!

Got a great creative DIY coffee station?

Link it up in this weekend’s third themed linkup!

~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~

1. DIY home projects only pretty please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.

2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.

3. Only projects new to Party Junk please. The themed linkup is an exception.

4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog,  Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook and I Love That Junk with no additional permission required.

 




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  1. I love those features oertaining to coffee, my very fav drink to have!!! Thank you so much for this great party. Have a wonderful weekend.
    FABBY

  2. Thanks as always for the fun party Donna! I’m thrilled to actually get to participate in the coffee station part this week – thanks for the opportunity as well as all the inspiration! Wish we could chat over a cup of coffee…that would be wonderful! Blessings, Becky

  3. I was so excited when I saw the theme this week…and SUPER excited when I saw that you featured my crazy junk version!! Thanks so much Donna ๐Ÿ™‚
    I added a couple of links in Home Dรฉcor too…LOTS of fall decorating happening here!! Thanks again for hosting such an awesome party! Chat soon, Laurel

  4. LOVE coffee stations! You’ve shown such good ideas. I have a triple cake pan tower that I use in my studio and it works awesome. Perfect for the coffee do-dads! Thanks for sharing all these great ideas with us Donna!!

    Blessings, Edie Marie

  5. These coffee stations are so awesome. I’ve never really thought about doing one. Most of these make you feel like you want to cozy right up with some coffee. I do display different percolators I’ve had and used across the top of my stove.

    Thanks for hosting such a fun party. All the ideas are awesome.

  6. Thank you for the inspiration! In transforming a kitchen closet into a pantry, I noticed that there was an electrical socket, so I sized one shelf to fit my keurig and carousel to be a coffee station that freed up some counter property! I love it so much! I’ve added a china sugar bowl, spoons, and a couple of special mugs.