This kitchen coffee station was in our California townhouse. A lot has changed since this article was first published in 2017 but I still love this coffee station!
As I stumbled into the kitchen this morning before I started working, I realized that I had never shared my kitchen coffee station with you. I know many of you like repurposing so I hope this will inspire you to update your kitchen with some rustic decor. It gives my small kitchen a little modern farmhouse style feel.
I started with this old wine crate. It made a great base because it’s so level and sturdy.
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My Kitchen Coffee Station
Recognize this wooden box on top of the wine crate? It’s an old CD box I found at the thrift store. I didn’t even paint it. Just cleaned it up and nailed some old aluminum house numbers on the side. There’s no meaning to the numbers… just what I had on hand.
I also found the sugar packet holder and the wooden napkin holder at a local thrift store. The glass jars, cream & sugar containers, and timer all came from a local bargain store. The Clever coffee dripper came from Amazon, along with something NEW I’m trying — the Folgers Amazon Dash Button! (NOTE: This article was first published in 2017… Amazon Dash Buttons are now virtual! Read more about them HERE ===> Virtual Dash Buttons )
I’m kind of excited about this new find because I HATE running out of coffee! The Amazon Dash Buttons have actually been around for 2 years. I got mine last week. It was super easy to set up. Now when I’m running low on coffee I don’t even have to add it to my shopping list. I just push the wi-fi connected button, receive a notification on my phone, and the coffee shows up on my doorstep two days later! (Now if they would just come in and make it for me every morning, right?)
Dishwashing liquid was another thing I run out of often so I got a button for that, too.
I hide the Folgers button at the back of my wooden crate so it won’t accidentally get pushed. I was concerned at first that I might push it more than once but I learned that Amazon won’t let you order until the first order has been shipped. So there’s no problem if Leo gets ahold of it…lol!
More DIY Kitchen Projects
If you like this repurposed crate project for your kitchen, check out these, too:
- How to Update an Old Kitchen Shelf with Stainless Steel Contact Paper
- An Upcycled Kitchen Table Centerpiece
- The Chalkboard Door in Our Kitchen
There are now over 250 brands available to Amazon Prime members. These are gonna save me so much time! Since I work at home now I don’t drive past shopping areas every day. Now I can just push a button!
Hope you enjoyed seeing my kitchen coffee station. Leave a comment and let me know if you’ve tried the Amazon Dash Buttons.
UPDATE: In case you’re wondering if I still use my Dash Buttons… no, now I use Amazon Subscribe and Save to reorder the products I use most often.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim
This article was originally published on March 27, 2017. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. Thank you, Amazon for sponsoring this post. To save time and energy, pick out your Amazon Dash Buttons now!