About a week ago, Brayer and a few other kitchen design companies were featured in a Houzz ideabook all about the perks (wink, wink) of having a coffee station.
It was our breakfast cupboard from our Contemporary Wimbledon Kitchen that was featured – with particular attention given to the bespoke Nespresso drawer with a Ripple curved capsule organizer from Urban Product.
As the article points out, specially designed coffee/breakfast stations are a bit of a luxury but definitely one worth thinking about if you really cherish that first cup of something hot in the morning. We’ve certainly noticed that breakfast cupboards and coffee stations are becoming ever more popular with homeowners eager to give the most important meal of the day the reverence it deserves.
More Coffee Station Inspiration
Here’s some more breakfast cupboard/coffee station inspiration from our kitchen portfolio:
Wandsworth contemporary family kitchen renovation – Another custom made Nespresso drawer in a bespoke breakfast cupboard with coffee maker and toaster on Calacatta Ora bookmatched marble worktop to match the kitchen splashback.
Felsted Modern Country Kitchen – Featuring an integrated instant boiling water tap and electrical supply, Walnut interior with lighting and a Super White Quartzite worktop to match the island in this luxury kitchen design.
Esher Country Kitchen – With ample space for a toaster and Nespresso machine, this large breakfast cupboard also provides a dresser style shelves to display teapots and other breakfast crockery.
Walnut & Cornforth White Kitchen – It’s possible to incorporate a coffee station even with limited space, as shown in this compact design, which makes room for a coffee maker and toaster, with shelves for cereals above.