Coffee Niche ideas for your kitchen. As I see it there are two ways to look at designing a coffee niche. Either with Closed Storage or keeping the Coffee Niche in plain sight. And with all the beautiful coffee & tea products such as coffee makers, teapots, coffee/tea cups, and kitchen linens, either is a viable option.
So first, here is a relatively large kitchen remodel. And the coffee niche is enclosed behind a set of pocket doors. That being said, the glass shelving and beautiful serving pieces make an open door policy a very good one!
Second, a builder’s basic kitchen has undergone a cost-effective update. And so with a fresh design, the coffee station has a designated area on the countertop. All the while providing everything a coffee or tea enthusiast could possibly need and with great style.
Third, a hybrid option between closed storage and designated open counter space. The open cabinetry provides a coffee niche that is somewhat tucked away yet completely accessible. All the while providing plenty of storage space for mugs, plates … So I guess this is option #3 🙂
Fourth, if a K-Cup coffee maker is your go to, simplify your routine by having all the k-cups located in the drawer below.
Finally, What to do with a seemingly unusable cabinet area? Add a shallow shelf to house your coffee & tea needs!
All in all, storage of any kind is at a premium in every room of the house and especially in kitchens. So if you are a coffee or tea drinker, designate an area of your kitchen to function as your own coffee bar @ home!
So glad you stopped by today, we hope you’ve left inspired ~ Nancy
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