Coffee Station Trays
“Your morning bar may provide all the hotel feels, but the soul of it should be about more than snacks. This should be a place where you can wake up and find some quiet time, in a calming, bright space. The caffeine boost from a cup of joe or tea, from a serve-it-yourself, cafe-like tray or cabinet, is an easy way to get us all out of bed in the mornings. Use your drink of choice to get stretching, breathe deeply and hit pause on screen time.”
Pamela Oleson, Interior Designer
Bar Area Wall Decor
What Is a Morning Bar in a House?
A morning bar in a house is an area for preparing coffee, quick breakfasts and smoothies. It can be found anywhere you start your day, which is popularly in the corner of a bedroom or kitchen. While practical for drinks and snacks, the morning bar has become increasingly about mental wellness and quietly preparing for the day.
What Is a Morning Kitchen?
A morning kitchen is a small kitchen bar area where you can prepare or grab quick things to go on your way to work. It's not located in the kitchen, but rather in a non-kitchen space, thus distinguishing itself as a morning area. It's popular to find a bar cart, seating area with table or an island in a bedroom corner devoted to the morning kitchen!
What Is a Bar in the Kitchen?
A bar in the kitchen is where you can chill before food is served. It's also multifuncitonal: even when your by yourself, use this space to enjoy a quick morning coffee, grab-n-go oatmeal or to plan the day with daily calendar. In the kitchen itself, this bar coutnertop area is different from a morning bar, which is often in bedrooms.
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