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DIY Pallet Coffee Station

Welcome! Today I’m sharing a cool, handy DIY Pallet Coffee Station.

If you’ve visited Our Crafty Mom before you know how much I love pallets & thrifty projects.

When Gina at The Shabby Creek Cottage mentioned a Pallet round-up, I jumped at the chance.

Pallet coffee mug holder
We all know how popular Pallet projects are. I have an entire Pinterest Board devoted to DIY Pallet Ideas, as do so many of you!

What I love is that the possibilities are endless. Just when I think I have seen all the Pallet projects out there, some creative mind will create something else, which is awesome!

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I am not the first to use Pallets to hang coffee mugs, but I gave mine my own spin.

As with many of you, counter space is an issue. I am also a little OCD about not wanting a bunch of things on the counter.

We have a Keurig that we love. I had a coffee station set up on the counter, but it was crowded.

I wanted something that we could hang the coffee mugs on, as well as the k-cups.

Plus, there was a perfect wall right next to the Keurig. I started with an old Pallet that my Dad picked up for me-for free.

I used 4 individual pallet boards shown here:

DIY Pallet Coffee Station

I used two pieces of scrap wood to brace it. It measures 14″ X 24″.

I used a mix of paints to get the blue color that I liked.  I actually ended up using what I thought was going to be the back, as I liked the cross pieces showing.

Plus, I ended up using those to hang the coffee mugs from as shown here:

Pallet coffee mug holder


Of course I couldn’t have any old mugs on my new Pallet Coffee Station.

I had fun creating some snarky coffee mugs using my Cricut Explore Air.

White coffee mugs from The Dollar Tree were perfect, along with vinyl to design sayings.

I had 6 done in under an hour. 

DIY Pallet Coffee Station
DIY Pallet Coffee Station

While I had the Cricut out, I cut out vinyl letters for Coffee Break.

Next, I painted the board white, placed the letters on and painted it the shades of blue shown. Then just peel the letters off.

The final step was to attach a hanging basket, also from The Dollar Tree, to hold the k-cups. The mugs are hung with cup hooks.


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