Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Kitchen Coffee Station

I knew when we moved into our home I wanted a "Coffee Bar". I use the term coffee bar lightly because I am the only one who drinks coffee & I'm not even as big of a die hard coffee addict as most people seem to be. I drink my coffee therefor I have a {not so glam} Keurig on our counter.

I am the girl who hates clutter but if it's going to exist it needs to have a real purpose, be functional, and easy on the eyes. Insert tiered rack...I'm not so sure where this one is from, Brett's mom gave it to me (She has the best finds!). Use whatever you have on hand whether it be a cute little bucket, a galvanized stand, a cake stand, anything!! It makes my k-cups, sugar bowl, honey, and trinkets instantly organized & functional.

I got my creamer cow at Kohls for only $8.99, the Pioneer Woman collection at Walmart has them in assorted colors as well. I believe they're sold out or discontinued online but I still see them in the stores. My mug, cozy pumpkin, & bowl were all TJ Maxx finds.  I see canisters, mugs, jars all over Pinterest & Instagram that look like my "Thankful" mug & I'm not sure who originally made them. After intense insta-stalking I found a lady that seems to make/sell them? You can find her shop here. I may have to snag some of those canisters soon! The Fowler's honey is local Texas Honey!! I love any chance to support local families, farms, business', etc so when I saw it at our local meat market I had to snag it. Come to find out the are actually located in La Vernia, Tx which is very close to us so I love it even more! You can buy their honey on their website here.

Unfortunately I think my Keurig is either possessed or about to crap out on me. Some days it will make a half a cup of coffee, some days it'll make a full cup, and last week it decided to make a cup for my entire town & pour all over my counter, floor, & cabinets! So if anybody has any suggestions for single serve coffee makers please help a girl out.

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