Back in December, I shared my build plan tutorial for my DIY Bar Cart that I built for less than $50! I am still in love with it! It has been perfect for all of my bar cart needs. In fact, it is my favorite build yet!
More recently though, I started using my DIY bar cart as a coffee bar cart. So versatile right?! I mean I do drink coffee and tea a lot, so it’s perfect as a coffee bar cart too. If you want to build this bar cart/coffee bar cart, you can get the full tutorial here. But, today I am sharing how I am using it as a coffee bar cart.
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So, Brandon loves his french press and refuses to drink coffee from the Keurig, but I love using the Keurig for a quick cup of coffee! And that is why we have both on our coffee bar cart!
The Freshly Brewed Coffee Sign is one of our handcrafted, wood signs with my hand lettering, which is available in the shop!
Lastly, the big, cappuccino mugs on the top tray of the coffee bar cart are my most favorite mugs ever. I bought them from Pottery Barn right after our wedding and I always feel so cozy drinking out of them! Does anyone else feel that way when drinking out of their favorite mugs…?! Unfortunately, they are no longer available, but they have the latte version ones still which I may need to add to my collection soon since I’m pretty obsessed with oversized coffee mugs haha!
What do you think of my DIY coffee bar cart?! It brings an instant cozy and welcoming vibe to our apartment that I love!
- Coffee Bar Cart – DIY project, tutorial available here
- Freshly Brewed Coffee Wood Sign – Angela Marie Made
- Cappuccino mugs – Pottery Barn, they’ve been discontinued, but other mugs are available in the Great White collection
- Mug Rack – World Market
- Lined Wire Basket – World Market
- White mugs on mug rack – Crate & Barrel
- Sugar holder – Crate & Barrel
- French Press – Wegmans Grocery Store
- White Keurig – Amazon
- Flower Pitcher – Michaels
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