i am so excited to share with you the newest corner of our home- our coffee bar!
it all started with this beat up old dresser from goodwill for $10...
i love creating corners with purpose in our home. corners that are fully lived in & enjoyed by our family & guests. we love hosting parties, potlucks, craft nights & more. it's so nice to have this space for our guests to make coffee, hot cocoa & tea on a whim.
as always, my budget was small. thankfully, my parents purchased the keurig as a christmas gift for our home (thanks, mom & dad!). i had some money saved up & was able to splurge just a bit & spend under $150 on this project.
i re-used containers, including these jars our neighbor gave me, to hold hot cocoa, marshmallows & tea.
i painted the old dresser & added new knobs from hobby lobby. i purchased the large container that holds the k-cups from target for less than $10 & thrifted the sugar container for less than $1. i adorned my containers with brown tags & brown labels i already had in my stash.
i purchased the yellow mugs from ikea on our recent trip to houston. i just love them.
i am so happy with the way this little corner turned out! c'mon over & have a cup of cheer anytime!
- wooden shelf supports from ikea with matching wood from home depot cut to size
- collection of mugs thrifted & from anthropologie