When I transitioned my kitchen sideboard from a Christmas Gingerbread Hot Cocoa Bar (here) to a Winter Sports Themed Cocoa Bar (here), I was already thinking ahead to what I could do in the spring when hot cocoa would be out of season.
I decided that lemons and forsythia were the perfect spring decor and I set up a different kind of beverage station based on...
...this Coffee & Tea Bar sign I found on Amazon.
Because the sign was black, as was my coffee maker, I decided to go with a yellow and black/white buffalo check colour scheme.
Mr Rooster overlooks the coffee scene.
A small white pitcher holds spoons for stirring the hot beverages.
Jar candles add a warm glow to the coffee & tea station.
Appropriately named, this "Sweet Lemon" candle by Homestead Candle Company has the perfect lemony scent.
Another fav is this one called "Afternoon Tea" which also goes well with my theme.
The Coffee & Tea Bar sign was hung on top of a shiplap background that hangs over the middle section of the sideboard.
I wanted to elevate this portion of the decor so I used a wooden riser that Mr Delight built for me. A wire basket filled with faux lemons and pots of greenery sit on top of it along with some mugs and little signs.
The far end of the sideboard holds the Flex Brew beverage maker. Tea bags, coffee pods and some packages of Starbucks' vanilla latte are conveniently placed beside it on a tiered tray. Another faux forsythia arrangement serves as a colourful backdrop.
Both ends of the cabinet also got some decor in the form of baskets and pillows.
On this side, a lemon pillow was set in front of a buffalo check one in a wire basket atop a vintage wooden stool.
A market bag was hung on the cabinet door as an added embellishment.
Having this space in my kitchen all set up as a beverage station has made getting a cup of coffee or tea all the more fun!
The only problem is that it tends to make me take way more coffee breaks than I should!
Do you have a place set up in your home where you can grab a quick hot beverage?
Thanks for visiting!