Vintage Style Coffee Station

Coffee is my number one morning pleasure.  I so much look forward to my morning coffee each day.  One counter in our kitchen serves as our coffee station and it has a new addition, a vintage style baking rack.

I used my new baking rack to create a Vintage Style Coffee Station that is currently decorated for fall.

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A decorated for fall wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

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I used to keep my coffee making supplies in the cabinet above our coffee pots.  Now everything that I need is handy on the counter and it makes a pretty display.

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

 

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

My coffee making supplies are corralled on a Thompson’s Baked Goods Rack that I got from Emory Valley Mercantile.

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

I love the vintage look of this baking rack.  To go along with the vintage vibe, I organized my coffee supplies using vintage pottery and a vintage Atlas Mason Jar.

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

I’ve collected vintage flower pots like these for a long while but only have a few pieces of orange.  Orange is perfect for fall décor and the larger of my two orange pots holds coffee filters.  The sugar dish is Mikasa Garden Harvest, my everyday dish pattern.

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

Coffee is stored in a vintage Atlas Mason Jar and napkins are handy in planter.

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

The top shelf holds coffee for our Keurig.

 

 

Vintage Style Coffee Station - A wire baked goods rack is used to hold coffee making supplies. virginiasweetpea.com

Our kitchen doesn’t get a lot of natural light and isn’t the easiest to photograph.  I love the shelves that our cabinet maker designed for the outside edge of the cabinets.  They make a great spot to display more of my vintage pottery collection.

 

Farmhouse Caddy filled with Dried Gourds

Do you remember the Farmhouse Style Metal Tool Caddies from Emory Valley Mercantile that I shared over the summer?  I removed the vintage kitchen items that I had on display in it and filled it with dried gourds.

 

Fall Leaf Soap

Inspired by Martha Stewart, I’ve kept my dish washing liquid in a glass bottle for years.  A small tray corrals dish washing liquid and a pretty fall soap.

 

 

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All of this coffee talk has me craving a cup of coffee!

 

Be sure to come back on Thursday when I share a handmade Christmas Ornament.

Comments

  1. Looks like you are a big fan of coffee. I also like coffee. In fact, I like tasting different flavors in coffee. Your coffee shelf is so attractive.

  2. Reading this post is making me crave a cup of coffee! I love how you’ve displayed and made use of your vintage pottery on this unique baked good rack! We just recently acquired a Keurig and I have the K-Pod rack from Emory Valley Mercantile! Off to make that cup of coffee!

    • I just looked at Emory Valley Mercantile to see your K-Pod rack and I love it! We have a Keurig but usually use a normal coffee pot. I like the Keurig for a cup of coffee later in the day when I don’t need to make a full pot, just one cup.

  3. This is so adorable, Paula! I love your vintage planters. Such a perfect way to organize your coffee station!
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    • I am so in love with this baking rack and I know that I am going to have fun changing the look of it as the seasons change.

  4. That rack is one of the cutest coffee stations I have seen!….I can see you using it for many other purposes…but the coffee station probably would be my favorite! Love it!
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    • I think it would also be great on a desk or on a crafting table but for now, I’m going to keep is as a coffee station. It was love at first site when I saw it on Emory Valley Mercantile!

  5. Norma Rolader says:

    I love your coffee station and your kitchen thank you for sharing God bless

  6. Cute! Cute! Cute! I pinned it to my kitchen ideas board!
    Have a great weekend!

  7. I have never seen one of these. It’s adorable. Now I’m on the hunt!
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