A coffee station can be created as an extension of pantry storage and is beneficial to people who have to wake up early for work as well as general coffee enthusiasts. It can be tailored to different hot beverages or made to be more expansive in order to become complete breakfast stations. Read on to learn how our team at Closet & Storage Concepts would recommend designing a potential coffee and breakfast station.
General Coffee Station
To create a coffee station, you’ll first need to make sure you have plenty of pantry space to hold a Keurig or coffee machine. You can then install hooks into the wall to place your favorite mugs, sectioned off baskets or shelves to hold coffee pods or roast, and spice racks to organize sugar and spices. If you have space in your pantry, getting a mini refrigerator conveniently keeps milk and coffee creamer nearby. Even if coffee is not your drink of choice, this station can be dedicated to tea, hot chocolate, and other hot beverages. Lastly, if this station is visible from the kitchen, having extra shelving installed in the walls provides you the opportunity to decorate with plants and cute kitchen themed prints.
For a general breakfast station, having custom-made drawers and shelves below the counter space can make preparing meals faster. Incorporating a bread box to keep bread and pastries fresh is beneficial for when you are on the go. Installing a large shelf to hold a microwave or toaster oven is great for mornings when you want to throw oatmeal or toast in an appliance so it is ready by the time you’re heading out.
Starting Your Design Process
Make your mornings easier with a custom-made station tailored to your own breakfast and organization needs. Get started designing your perfect pantry with Closet & Storage Concepts Nevada. Find a local team near you!
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