You guys know I LOVE my coffee. And I know that there are lots of you that love it too! This season, I thought it would be a good idea to create a little coffee station right where I need it most – by my bed! This Fall coffee station in tones of copper and weathered wood makes our bedroom feel even more autumnal and I love having the option of an instant morning coffee (or a late night tea)!
To create this simple coffee station, I rescued my small Keurig machine that I spray painted in copper rose from our camper. That and my vintage copper mugs & moscow mule mugs set the tone for this warm display.
I found this tiered wooden stand a while ago, and I love its versatility! It’s so fun to have a tray like this to style for each season. I also love that it matches my Nicolet Accent Cabinet from The Brick so perfectly. We have a Nicolet cabinet on either side of our bed, and they make excellent nightstands! The fact that they’re bigger and taller than your typical nightstand makes them a great place for something like a coffee station.
I kept the tray simple with copper mugs, Keurig K cups, faux foliage and a couple of faux pumpkins.
The copper in the coffee station really warms up the rest of the room.
Now I’m all set for Fall sleep-ins!
(Just kidding! I have three kids.)
Here’s one of those sweet kids right now. She couldn’t resist posing in front of the coffee station in mama’s hat!
Happy coffee drinking, friends!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by The Brick. As always, all of the opinions here are my own.