I'm a coffee lover. I can't function without my morning latte, and a second cup (and maybe a third) is a must in the afternoon. So I set up a coffee station with all the necessary supplies right at my fingertips in my kitchen. Click through to check out the handy setup that's behind the cabinet doors.
If I'm ever put in one of those awkward share-something-about-yourself scenarios, my default answer is to say: I love coffee. Because it's just so true. I love coffee which ever way it's prepared, and I feel like I'd tried them all... until I did a little research. It turns out there are a LOT of weird ways to make your coffee in the morning, from putting it in a sock to adding butter. Let me know in the comments if you've braved any of these weird ways to make coffee!
My wife and I will be buying a house somewhere in the near future. Whenever she asks me what kind of neighborhood I want to live in, I just say, "One within walking distance of a coffee shop." That's my only criteria, because that's how much I love coffee. Right now we live in an apartment in a busier part of the city, so most of my coffee is to-go, and grabbed on foot. Which is where this DIY leather coffee sleeve come into play...
Here's the situation: It's summer. It's scorchingly hot outside, the sun is beating down, the A/C seems to be broken, and you just can't stop sweating. On top of all this, you still haven't had your morning cup of coffee yet! What do you do?? Well, if I were you, I'd whip up some of these delicious mocha caramel coffee popsicles (say that five times fast) to prepare yourself for any worst case scenario!
If you're like me, functioning without coffee is difficult. It's the first thing I make in the morning, and there's usually another cup or two brewing later in the day. So today I wanted to share a couple of free coffee quote printables... and they're made using actual coffee. Click through to find out more.
So you're on the hunt for a new coffee table. You've come to the right place, because today we're sharing tons of resources for tables that won't break the bank. Here are 50 different options from 10 retailers in a variety of gorgeous styles.
Everybody starts their morning with coffee or some other caffeinated beverage. But where do the filters go? I love this easy project that keeps them neatly folded and ready to use!
Who doesn't love a good cuppa? There are those out there who love coffee more than your average Joe. Aside from their favorite roast, we've rounded up 13 of the best gifts you can gift them this year! From store-bought to handmade, there's something on your list!
Keep the copper trend alive by giving your coffee mugs a makeover. Who says you can't sip your morning beverage in style? Best part? The paint used is dishwasher safe!
My mom and dad--and grandma and grandpa--all shared the same obsession with empty coffee cans. They didn't meet one with which they could part. It's rubbed off on me, I'm afraid. Conversations surrounding the topic in my house go something like this:
Him, while holding up an old coffee can stashed in some corner
We've seen stumps and branches turned into stools and side tables, as well as accessories like desk organizers, magnets, and napkin rings, but can a hunk o' tree stand it's own as a room-centering piece like a coffee table?
I was doing some research on Amazon the other day, looking for a new personal coffee maker for MWT to use at work, as his is starting to go hinkey. While clicking around, I found a great tip by a reviewer of Ecopads, which are refillable coffee filters for the Senseo. J. Clayton aka 'snark', says you can
Since my first whiff of coffee art, I've been hooked. I don't aspire to be as talented as my local barista, but THIS I could manage. Jessica over at How About Orange tells us how we can make stencils to decorate our coffee.
One more artfully scary project just before Halloween:
According to the photos, it looks like nothing but coffee stirrers and glue.
Pure. Simple. Genius.
"The Mocha Dunk Mug is the ideal cup for you if you like a couple of biscuits with your tea or coffee.
With the original, dual purpose dunking mug there's no need to juggle with a plate and cup and of course, you also save on the washing up afterwards"
And, there's a southpaw version for left-handed dunkers!
Spotted these pics over at Gold Coast Food Guide. What a talented barista can do with a cup of joe and a toothpick is nothing less than remarkable!
"Matthew Yglesias at the Internet Food Association blog writes that it's really a matter of overnight cold-brewing and straining. First gather up 1 cup of coarse-ground and stir it into 4 1/2 cups of water, or strengthen the mix to taste. After that 'stick it in the...
I am such a sucker for a swirly design gracing my coffee. Hearts, bunnies, feathers or apples make a good Colombian taste better somehow. Here's how to make your own impressive foamy creations.
You can also find detailed written instructions on steaming milk and making Latte Art here.
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MWT is enamored with his Senseo coffee machine, but those coffee pods it takes...sheesh...they do add up. Plus, the blends available are very limited. With the popularity of the single serve coffee makers, it was only a matter of time before some enterprising type came up with a DIY coffee pod maker. Enter the Perfect Pod, available at Amazon for $40. It comes with 40 pods to get you started. (A 40 count package of additional pod filters will...
A new Etsy shop, Domestic Construction, features these adorable upside down coffee and tea cup pendant lights. At around $60 for one, they're moderately expensive, but with some thrift store china, some Ikea pendant kits, and a bit of creativity, they're mos def DIYable.
Via and photo from Decor8.