The makings of a coffee/beverage bar

Have you ever wanted a coffee/beverage bar? Well I did and it turned out great. I own and operate a painting studio and I always try to have bottled water and coffee for my students...even though they sometimes choose to bring their own drinks...I still have it on hand for them if they are thirsty.


So I started planning out the area for my coffee/beverage bar and this is the spot I chose in my studio. 


I bought this beautiful piece from a student of mine and went straight ahead on planning my coffee bar for my studio.

 I never did use the top...just waiting for the perfect project to come along.



 I taped the area I wanted to paint and applied the chalk board paint. So here is the first coat of chalkboard paint for coffee/beverage bar in new studio





Found this old piece of wood in our out building...sanded lightly and used Wise Owl Hemp Oil...couldn't wait to get the coffee/beverage bar for the new studio done. Hubby hung the shelves for me...don't pay attention to the chalk lines...they were put there for placement. 


I pushed the bottom piece up against the wall and thought ok...this looks good but it was missing something.

Then I looked thru my colors of Wise Owl Synthesis Chalk Paint and decided to paint this piece in Antique Red.

 I painted it all except the one door with Wise Owl Synthesis Chalk Paint and did a dark wax over it.



Once I was all done painting and staining I added a coffee rug in front on the floor. Hubby hung my new light. I also added a Keurig coffee maker, a small fridge for soda, water and last but not least a wine cooler for the Sip & Paint Parties. Don't you just love how my new coffee/beverage bar turned out!!




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