Learn how to make unique coffee bar signs to decorate your kitchen or coffee station. Show your guests that coffee makes everything better with a homemade sign.
You’re not going to believe this, but a drop of coffee never touched my lips until I was in my late 20s. Okay, that’s not exactly true. I did try it in high school when going to coffee houses was popular, but wasn’t that impressed. It tasted like roasted cardboard to me.
I got through my first university degree sans coffee. I guess I was high on life? Whatever it was, that ended by 2005, when I started my MBA program at University of Georgia. I was working full time AND going to school.
With classes three days a week, full time work, and lots of homework on the weekends – I decided that roasted cardboard was the only way to go. That’s where my love affair with coffee began.
And it continues to this day.
What was once a drive thru latte addiction is now a coffee bar in my home. I wake up in the mornings and the first thing I do is put on a pot of brown energy juice. My favorite coffee? Bones Coffee. It’s the skulligan on the logo. They have a pretty fun brand!
I’m assuming a lot of you have a coffee bar in your home and a similar addiction, so I wanted to share some fun ways to decorate the coffee space in your home. Specifically, with some DIY coffee bar signs you can make yourself.
These home decor signs range in skill set from very beginner (never crafted before) to “I can use power tools.” Most of them are very easy, and a lot of them use Mod Podge.
Don’t be afraid to zhuzh up your coffee station with one of these great ideas! Then I want you to leave me a comment and let me know two things. First, what is your favorite coffee or tea? And second, when did your addiction begin?
Coffee Bar Signs
Decorate your kitchen or coffee bar area with one of these cute, DIY coffee bar signs!
Teresa made this Gilmore Girls inspired sign for National Coffee Day! If you're a lover of the show, give this project a try. Or pick a saying from your favorite show and make a spin off of this unique idea.
THIS is one of my favorite coffee bars of all time! If you're really going for impact, this statement piece is very inspirational. You're going to be so inspired by Michelle's makeover. Even if you don't do the full project yourself, you can borrow some of her touches to add to your coffee area.
There is easy wall art and then there is even easier wall art! If you can stick something in a frame, then you can make this coffee sack wall art for your coffee station. Or you can put it anywhere in your home.