coffee cart overload.

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

so, i’ve kind of gone a little kooky here with my whole coffee cart theme. i ended up finding that the tiny cart was just too tiny to comfortably work the espresso machine, so i opted for this larger, industrial-looking kitchen cart from west elm. it’s great because it’s got four big shelves to hold all the coffee accoutrement, and it’s got wheels (i’m a sucker for wheels!). i did get a bit of a shock when it came completely unassembled, but once i got to it, it was pretty easy to put together. i added all of my coffee making accessories, a bunch of white cups, my new DeLonghi Kmix Espresso Maker, and i think it looks as though i may be ready to set up a coffee shop! chez sfgirlbybay, anyone? latte? cappuccino?

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

diy kitchen coffee cart / sfgirlbybay

• all photos by victoria smith for sfgirlbybay.

25 Responses to “coffee cart overload.”
  1. Diana says:

    Your coffee set up is just gorgeous! Would love a tour of the different types of coffee makers you have and your favorites. :)

    • victoria says:

      i’ll have to work on that! this delonghi kmix espresso maker is quite easy to use (after i read the instructions, which i hate!) and i’ve been making lattes every morning. saving a lot of $$ too! i do like my little bialetti espresso maker for super quick fixes, and the Chemex is really nice to use when you’re serving guests.

  2. laura says:

    so beautiful!! such a great cart, and beautifully styled.

  3. jacly says:

    Oh! But where, oh where did that lovely painting come from??

  4. Danijela says:

    love your coffee station setup. pin!

  5. MaeMae says:

    victoria! so cute! i want to make one for my office :) love the contrast of the blacks and whites.

  6. Kristin says:

    Ohhh what a cute coffee space. The wood texture of the shelving makes it look homey.

  7. patricia says:

    This is so lovely and convenient. I especially love the sugar container, where did you find such amazing beautiful piece?

  8. buddhagirl says:

    I’ll be interested to hear how this DeLonghi machine works out in the long run for you. I just checked it out as the price was much more reasonable than a lot of the others on the market (i’m not at all interested in the pod thingys). The reviews suggest there might be problems after a few months:

  9. Jax says:

    Where did your white mugs come from? I’ve been looking for similar-size white mugs (10-12 oz at min).

    Lovely coffee cart!

  10. Kim B. says:

    Wow, that is some coffee set up! I have to say, it’s rather stunning!

  11. thefolia says:

    Viva la coffee! What a cutie pie that sugar bowl is–I could just eat her up! Happy Nesting.

  12. Niken says:

    no way!!!! so cool!!!!! i have to have a coffee cart too. i really love yours

  13. Sarolta says:

    No life without coffee! And now I want a coffee cart, too! So long we only have a coffee shelf but oh, now I’m inspired for bigger things. Just went through your other post on coffee carts, too. Very nice. And I love your photographs. They make your home look very inviting. I guess “Chez SFGIRLBYBAY” could work ;)

  14. Hilary says:

    Love the way that you styled the cart and accessories.

  15. Sarah says:

    This is zo awsome, love the sugar bowl… Could you tell me where you bought it? Thanks :-)

  16. amy says:

    How lovely to see in the wee morning hours. Beautiful.

  17. fabiana says:

    It all works so beautifully together! Thanks for sharing. You have inspired me today!


  18. A set of coffee makers seems good to know that you have so nice coffee maker. you can enjoy coffee whole day.

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