Let's just say that over the years I have changed things around and redecorated my coffee station several times but the finish has remained the same. This was actually the piece that started me on my journey to refinishing furniture back in 2012. I have thought about getting rid of Her several times and even posted her for sale a couple LOL but I could not go through with it. This piece every time I look at it reminds me of where I have been and where I am now. The piece that created a Beautiful Dream
If you are like me you love your coffee. I could literally drink coffee all day long. But, I wanted to have a cute and creative space to go to for my coffee. We created this charming rustic coffee station wall using items we found on sale and clearance at varying locations like Hobby Lobby and Kirklands. We stayed on budget by using items we already had in our home as well. The major key to staying on budget when redecorating your space is to use items you currently have on hand in different areas of your home. I am still undecided on the color of coffee cups that I want to use in this space to hang. We would love for you to help us out and leave a Comment below with your suggestion on what color coffee cups I should use.
This is what My coffee station used to look like
I loved it and it worked for a long time but I got tired of it and wanted a change. So I started researching on pinterest different ideas and decided I wanted a chalkboard wall (not that I was going to write on it but) because I wanted that rustic look of the dried chalk in the background of my display wall.
The big after photo reveal
I love love love my coffee station area now. I walk into the door everyday and look at this wall and think wow. Yes ignore the flooring that is another project we are in the works on can't decide what type of flooring we want to do yet. We are in the process of renovating our home. Things take time and budget friendly things come first.
Our coffee station was transformed from an old stereo cabinet that we beefed up into a coffee station with pull out doors and tupperware storage on the bottom where the speakers used to be located. We decoreated our coffee station mostly from clearanced items at hobby lobby so our project costs less than $100 but if you would like the look I have found similar items searching the net and hope you can find something that you truely love to create your coffee station.
Want to create our look ?
Decorate your own initial letter. Little House Designs came u with a great tutorial on adding dimension and character to a plain paper mache letter.
You have a couple options with the wall shelf
I actually found 2 great shelves at Hobby Lobby on Clearance and placed a board on top of them to create a shelf. But I have provided a couple options for you if you like the look of the wood and metal mixed together like I did.
Ideas on what to use as a coffee station
Now go and create your own coffee station. We would love to see your results. Send them to us We would love to share them with our followers.
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Hi I am Tess, Owner of Renewed Treasures Studios, a Decorative Painting Company In Louisiana, And Creative Business Coach. I am beyond excited to be your biggest cheerleader & help you achieve your goals & finally realize your dream as a Creative Entrepreneur!
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