I was really excited to get my coffee cart up and running because my current coffee situation was taking up most of my countertop space and it was looking very messy!

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It took a while to find the right cart because I had pretty specific dimensions I was working with. I wasn’t able to find the “perfect” one, so I decided on a bamboo cart with the right dimensions that I could customize to fit my own style.

coffee cart

Before I could get to the fun part (decorating) I had to do the not so fun part of sanding, painting, and staining. I chose colors that would match my kitchen table to give the dining room a unified look.

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Thankfully it wasn’t too hard of a project and the reward is worth it. I’m not set on the photo I have behind it, but I’m really happy with how it turned out!

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1 Comment

  1. Renee

    November 4, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Wow that looks so good! And so smart to have it going with the table so well. As always, you’re so good at DIY projects!

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