10 Essentials for Your Home Coffee Bar
That daily cuppa can really burn through a wallet. Browse our must-have DIY coffee bar items to become your own barista and save $$, too.
Cold Brew Coffee Bottle
If you prefer iced coffee, then you’ll want your own at-home cold brew bottle. Coffee gurus at the Japanese company Hario designed this gorgeous glass bottle which makes up to five cups of cold brew for you to have on hand at all times.
Buy It: Food52, $34.00
Karisimbi Whole Bean Coffee
We love how chic the bag is of this Karisimbi whole bean coffee. Named after the highest mountain peak in Rwanda, the coffee is grown without the use of any pesticides or chemicals. The company promotes sustainable practices and offers up a full-bodied, medium dark roast with just a touch of bittersweet chocolate.
Buy It: Crate & Barrel, $12.50
Bistro Blade Coffee Grinder
As soon as you're ready to take your coffee obsession to the next level, one of your first purchases should be a good coffee bean grinder. We love this hard-working guy from Bodum, which is motorized, so it does all the grinding for you. In just 60 seconds you can grind enough beans for eight cups of Joe. And best of all, you can watch it all go down through the transparent lid.
Buy It: Urban Outfitters, $25.00
Coffee Scoop + Clip
Here's an adorable coffee scoop that ensures you get the perfect amount of grounds for your coffee every single time. But wait, there's more: after you scoop out your coffee, you can use the scoop as a clip on your coffee bag to keep your beans or grounds fresh.
Buy It: Crate & Barrel, $7.95
While mini spoons are certainly not a necessity at your coffee bar, we still think they're a worthwhile (not to mention cute) addition. Available in gold, silver or black, these tiny spoons are the perfect size to help you stir up the perfect cup of coffee.
Buy It: CB2, $4.95 each
Kitchen canisters can sometimes look a bit cutesy, but we're absolutely in love with this simple, modern set. With a black, white and gray color palette, this set is the perfect pick for your coffee station. They'll hold coffee grounds, beans, sugar and even tea bags.
Buy It: CB2, $37.95
Ditch all your mismatched hand-me-down mugs for a beautiful set of enamel mugs like these. These lightweight mugs are incredibly durable, and you can basically put them anywhere — in the dishwasher, on the stovetop, in the oven and even on the grill! But of course, we think they’d be an excellent fit for your home coffee bar.
Buy It: Food52, $30.00
This stainless-steel mug tree would look great as part of your new coffee station. With room for six mugs, you can ensure that everyone's special cup in the family is easily accessible and ready to go.
Buy It: Crate & Barrel, $24.95
Creamer + Sugar Bowls
This low-profile porcelain creamer and sugar bowl set adds chill factor to afternoon coffee. They finished in shiny white glaze with a layer of matte white porcelain peeking out from the very bottom for added texture.
Buy It: CB2, $9.90
If you're short on space, this wall-mounted organizer is the perfect solution for a mini coffee station in your kitchen. With sturdy hooks and platforms to store your gear, it can hold coffee beans, mugs, sugar packs and any other coffee mix-ins.
Buy It: Urban Outfitters, $99.00