36 Farmhouse Coffee Bar Ideas for an Every Day Mood-Boosting Brew

Farmhouse Coffee Bar

If you are a coffee lover (just like me), you can truly appreciate the wonders of caffeinated nectar. Can you even imagine starting the day without the dose of a coffee kick? For all the coffee connoisseurs who also love to try new ideas to spruce up their homes, a dedicated coffee bar is a fun idea to explore. 

A coffee nook or bar can be your special little corner to enjoy your coffee before you face the day. Styled with your personal touch and favorite objects, this bar will also be a fun hosting place to entertain your friends and chit-chat.

Allowing you to reminisce and relax while sipping on your morning nectar, a coffee bar would soon become your favorite spot in the entire house. Whether you prefer farmhouse coffee bar ideas or a modern style nook, you can put a personal spin on what has been done and create a hip-and-chic coffee station. 

Don’t limit your imagination to just the kitchen, you can create a stylish and charming coffee spot anywhere in the house. Setting up your coffee bar might seem arduous in the beginning, but with a little bit of planning and inspiration from these 36 coffee bar ideas, you’ll have a fantastic coffee nook at home.

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Modern Farmhouse Coffee Bar

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This vibrant coffee station is the perfect blend of modern styling and farmhouse elements. Wooden shelves decked with cool signs and Rae Dunn mugs create an effective contrast against the chalkboard. The burst of color from the chippy wooden cabinet enhances visual interest.

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Joyous Gingerbread Coffee Nook

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A kitchen coffee nook bedecked with gingerbread delicacies sparks joy! Style a metallic tiered try with seasonal flea market knick-knacks to make your brew station drool-worthy. Stick to a color scheme with your accessories for a more uniform look. 

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Nostalgia Inducing Vintage Coffee Bar

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To create an evocative setting for your coffee bar – top a distressed antique cabinet with coffee essentials and tuck the rest on the wooden wall shelves. A glass vase with peonies and a dash of green will do the rest to strike that nostalgic chord.

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Fall-Inspired Coffee Bar for the Win!

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Channel the colors of fall right into your coffee nook with copper ware, letter boards, and quirky signs. You can imbibe the flavors of the season when you redecorate the nook as per transitioning times. 



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Green Accents and Quirky Graphics

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Kickstart your mind with coffee and your senses with visual pleasure by adorning your station with cute signs and wares. Dominating the nook with earthy accents and accessories will draw focus to your brewing bay. 

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Minimal DIY Coffee Bar

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Use a vintage crib mattress holder for a creative and budget-friendly option for a DIY mug rack. Breathe a new lease of functionality in your neglected corner by upgrading any old cabinet to a coffee rack. 

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Ready for Coffee, anywhere!

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Coffee bars don’t need to be around the kitchen area. You can use any unused corner of your house and turn it into a hangout zone for coffee lovers. With a fascinating mix of planters, mug racks, and catchy knick-knacks, even the area near your bathoom can look like a barista’s den.

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Dreamy Built-in Coffee Center

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Turning the space between your cabinets into a coffee shelf is an awesome way to make empty corners functional. Display your Rae Dunn mugs, souvenirs, and jars of sweet treats to add a touch of whimsy to the spot.

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Two-Tone Coffee Bar with a Hint of Fall

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Keep it simple yet stunning by sticking to a two-tone theme like the classic black and white. Black coffee machine and mugs against white shiplap walls create a striking contrast and make the fall colors pop!

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Multi-functional Mobile Coffee Cart

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Turn your idle wooden cart into a mobile coffee wagon by repurposing it with your creative prowess. Stack the coffee machine and other essentials on the top rack and use the bottom shelf to add eye-catching accessories. 

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Holiday Spirit and Coffee Kick

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Channel your love for Christmas into your coffee nook with a themed styling that includes mini-Christmas trees, ambient kitchen lighting and a whole lot of red and white knick-knacks. And don’t forget the tiered trays stacked with coffee mugs.

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Chalkboard and Dash of Greens

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Chalkboard signs allow you to add an authentic café feel to your personal brewing place…and to write positive messages every day. Pair it with a couple of planters and coffee wares and you’ve got a crowd-pleasing coffee bar. Use seasonal garlands and thrift accessories to style the spot with different themes.

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Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!

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What better way to start your mornings than a visit to this adorable coffee bar – right in your kitchen! Bright autumn accents and a showstopping cow sculpture add an element of fun and jolly in this cozy spot.

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Space-saving yet Stunning!

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If you are low on space, this coffee bar nook right under the cabinets offers a viable area to fix your morning brew. Rely on decorative canisters and cutlery to make your bar shine through despite the small scope.

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Exposed Shelves Coffee Carrier

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A dedicated coffee bar with exposed shelves offers opportunities for a seasonal décor refresh. Use the top bar to display your brew essentials (Rae Dun mugs and coffee machine), and tuck away other accessories on the bottom racks. Sprinkle seasonal trinkets all across to beautify the bar.

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Dreamy Bar with Flowers and Foliage

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Place flower vases, planters, and coffee wares on the bar racks to create a dreamy coffee snug. A seasonal centerpiece on the top shelf can create the right focal point and tie the theme together.

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Fun and Functional Coffee Table

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Repurpose your old table with new paint to turn it into a chill coffee corner. Top it up with Rae dun mugs, topiary and funny signs to make your spot a real conversation starter!

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Bright and Bustling Drinks Bay

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This cocoa bar employs a host of accessories like vintage thermoses, Christmas décor for a festive and inviting nook. Enjoy your favorite drink with all the holiday feels!

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Farmhouse Flair for Coffee Lair

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Embellish the wooden shelf above your coffee table with galvanized metal accessories and signs to bring farmhouse flair to your nook. Keep the staples – Rae dun mugs, coffee machine and sweet treats on chequered tablecloth for a pleasant look.

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Style it Up with Mug Racks

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Despite scanty space, you can turn your coffee corner into an awe-inspiring zone by infusing colors. Experiment with the mug rack and display colorful cups, glasses and accessories to make the place pop. 

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Monotone Coffee Corner with Modern Touch

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Green accents from the cabinet, creepers and sign add a dash of modern farmhouse hyggae in this posh coffee corner. Scented candles and porcelain wares are instant attention-pullers that make your bar inviting.

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Repurposing to the Rescue

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This broken bath vanity transformed into a stunning coffee station is a true trash-to-treasure DIY. With simple elements like mug racks, wreaths and planters, you can repurpose any unused cabinet to build your brew bay.

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Coffee Haven Under the Stairs

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Repurpose your old cabinet or hutch to create a warm and welcoming coffee haven right under the stairway. Stack your brewing accessories and decorative knick-knacks on a fancy table cloth and put the rest on the shelf above for a stunning vignette.

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Enter with a Cuppa Coffee

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This entryway coffee corner is a fine way to please your guests with a sip of the energizing java. A simple tiered table and mug rack with décor accessories gives the space a charming upgrade. 

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Boho Chic Coffee Hutch

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Turn your hutch into a functional coffee haven by stacking the racks with Rae Dunn crockery, vintage accessories and a copious dose of bohemian flair. 

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Mirrors and Rae Dunn for a Classy Corner

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Fall Feels and Hues in Coffee bar

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Plants Galore on Open Shelves

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Black and White Rae Dunn Retreat

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Farmhouse Chic Coffee Space

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Playful Coffee Bay with Christmas Trinkets

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American-style Coffee Nook with Fusion of Textures and Colors

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Trash to Treasure Coffee Trove!

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Red and Blue Vintage Coffee Nook

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Brew Romance and Java in Equal Measure

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Bedecked Bar Fit for Santa!

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