My friend Lisa turned me on to the idea of a beverage station this spring. She’s been undergoing a renovation project at home and started pinning ideas for this little hospitality nook, and I decided to make one in our house, too.
Our kitchen has minimal counter space, so placing the Keurig and other coffee- and tea-making supplies in a separate zone from the cooking area is optimal. I take my hot beverages pretty seriously, so this corner of the eat-in kitchen feels like mine.
The most recent addition to the beverage station is the hanging shelf, generously sent to me by my mom. I love displaying my favorite mugs in open shelving. Plus, the style of the shelf (we think it originated with my grandmother) really suits my built-in-1928 house.