If you’re a fan of the hot, flavorful caffeine boost that comes in a cup of coffee, a coffee bar may be an indulgence that deserves a space in your home.</br></br>For some, that might just mean a spot on the counter for the coffee maker. But, for those who crave more, a full home coffee bar is a little slice of heaven where all their favorite coffee wishes come true.</br></br>The beauty of a home coffee bar is in its convenience. Putting everything you need in one easily accessible area makes it simple and stress-free to indulge in your favorite beverage. Here’s what you need to create the perfect home coffee bar:</br></br><strong>Coffee Appliances</strong></br></br>You can’t craft an amazing cup of joe without the appliances to do so. Whether you like drip coffee, espresso, pour-over or French press, the tools for creating these variations are all options for your coffee station.</br></br>A coffee bar offers a great space to put your tools on display where they are ready to be used when you need them.</br></br>Speaking of space, the next essential is:</br></br><strong>A Dedicated Space </strong></br></br>Finding or making space for your coffee station is the key to an enviable coffee bar that suits you.</br></br>If you’re short on counter space, a <a title="Buffets, Sideboards & Hutches" href="https://www.atgstores.com/furniture/kitchen-dining-furniture/buffets-sideboards-hutches/" target="_blank">buffet, hutch or console</a> can work; some even have cord-management gaps built right in for the coffee maker, espresso machine, coffee grinder or electric kettle you’ll need to brew the perfect cup.</br></br><strong>Mugs</strong></br></br>Once your beverage is brewing, the next order of business is a mug. A set of matching mugs can make a great display to give your coffee station a clean, coordinated feel. Or, you can opt for a variety of different drinkware designs for a more eclectic vibe.</br></br>Whatever the look, you should aim to outfit your coffee station with enough mugs for every coffee drinker in your home and a minimum of two extras for guests.</br></br><strong>Storage & Organization </strong></br></br>So now you have the space, the tools of the trade and some mugs – the next step is keeping it all organized. There are lots of creative and visually appealing ways to store all of these essentials. Options like closed shelving, cabinets or even storage boxes are traditional choices to put everything in order.</br></br>Or, if you want to get even more creative, try one of these ideas to add a bit more visual interest:</br></br>- Display mugs by storing them on wall hooks or open shelves above your coffee bar.</br>- Use matching canisters to store beans, filters or coffee pods.</br>- Keep a small selection of your favorite flavorings or add-ins on a cake stand.</br></br>Put all these elements together and you have a great space to make whatever coffee beverages suit your fancy. Everyone’s ideal coffee space will look a little different depending on the beverages and appearances they prefer, so explore all the options and create an amazing home coffee bar that meets your needs!