I didn’t like the way I used to walk down to my kitchen and see everything messed up and also not being able to find all my coffee items at one place.
And tell me…
Wouldn’t it be great to have all your coffee stuff in a separate location so you can reach it whenever the caffeine hunger kicks in?
Also, having things too much messed up mentally spoils the pleasure of sipping coffee.
So, how about have a DIY Coffee Station with all your brewing things in one place?
DIY Coffee Station
To start you’ll need some blank glass canisters and a marker to label them…let’s be creative ya’ coffee nerds.
This may not sound too important but it actually gets interesting as you start labelling them.
I would recommend using a permanent and a bold market so it sticks there even if wiped or washed in future.
Don’t worry, if you ever want to get rid of the permanent labelling simply use alcohol and rub it.
So, here’s a quick check list of all the things you’ll need:
- 1 Canister for Coffee
- 1 Canister for Sugar
- Teaspoons for stirring
- Your favorite coffee mug(s)
- Tea bags (just in case you love tea as well – who doesn’t?)
All you need to do is now label the canisters, pour in the relevant stuff, find a good place in your kitchen to assemble these items and you’re done with making your Coffee Station.
Isn’t it simple?
The only thing left is your coffee maker and we need to pick a nice sweet spot for it too.
I usually don’t recommend having your brewing machine all the time on the shelf. It is sometimes risky.
You never know when your pet paws it and slams it down on the floor and there goes your hundred bucks.
It’s better to slide it into a cabinet when not in use.
So, that’s it for today coffee fanatics. If this was interesting, don’t forget to share it.
Got any questions? Feel free to ask them in the comment section. I’ll be more than happy to answer them for you.