DIY: Antique Coffee Bar For Under $100

Hey y’all, hope you had a wonderful Easter Sunday. If it was spent with family, friends, or solo watching Netflix, let us all be grateful for this wonderful life! A life where we get to choose joy and express creativity.

This week, my husband and I hit the thrift stores to find the perfect shelf for a coffee bar. The one we found was priced for $125, but dropped to $85, so we jumped on it! Unfortunately when we got home, the coffee maker (keurig 2.0) didn’t even fit on it. Thank the Lord, He blessed me with a handy man who sawed out a shelf, and hole in the back for cords. The shelves had an ugly print on it, so we covered it with nonadhesive paper from Bed, Bath, & Beyond ($10). Also painted the nobs and  hinges white, along with “Cafe McClung.”

Below are some progress pictures, enjoy!

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