DIY Coffee bar

Since my blog break wasn´t planned, I still have some half-finished projects and blogposts, which I finally like to show you. Among other things, I will also show you more of my studio, which, despite my ostrich imitation, I have rearranged three times over the last half year. Nothing says dissatisfaction with your life like cursing alone at night while pushing 100 kilo cabinets through the room.

I love everything associated with coffee and I have spent many happy moments in front of mobile coffee stations. So almost the first thing I´ve built for my studio was a coffee bar (okay, a coffee/tea bar), which was ridiculously easy to build and which still satisfies me to no end.

paletten-web

As you may have guessed, you do not need much material for the coffee bar: two pallets, a wooden board, a bit of paint, and you can get started. First, I roughly sanded the pallets to reduce the general splinter danger and then I placed them sideways to one wall. My wooden board had by chance already the correct length and was already coated so that I only had to sand it roughly again before I painted it white. You should always sand wood before painting, this way the paint lasts longer. After the varnish was dried, I simply laid the board across the pallets. The board itself is so heavy that I did not have to fix it to the pallets. Sometimes gravity is quite useful (says no woman ever).

bretter-web

To add a bit of color, I painted a couple of the front boards and that was it.

The upper board is from IKEA, by the way. However, I screwed some hooks into the bottom of the board for my cups.

thekeweb-dunkler

Dieser Beitrag ist auch verfügbar auf: German


RELATED POST

  1. […] Since my blog break wasn´t planned, I still have some half-finished projects and blogposts, which I finally like to show you.  […]

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*