DIY Coffee Bar For Fall

Cozy and delicious coffee is already a must-have all autumn long, but the only thing that’s better than sipping a fall coffee drink is putting together a fall coffee bar. Similar to how dressing-up makes you feel more confident or cleaning your bed makes you feel on top of things, a DIY coffee bar will make you feel more put together without having to put in much effort. Plus, it’ll keep all your coffee essentials in one place.

Fall Coffee Bar Trays

Matilda Goad & Co. Decorative Tray ($88+)

This gorgeous tray has bits of green and purple to remind you of spring, even on chilly fall days. Trays like this are great for smaller spaces that can’t fit a whole cart because you can still hold mugs, syrups, and glasses all in one place.

Kirby Bar Cart

Kirby Bar Cart ($149)

A rolling cart makes it easy to keep all of your coffee essentials in one place but still have the ability to roll it around the room should you need to.

Enamel Iron Serving Trough

Enamel Iron Serving Trough ($48)

This trough is the perfect thing to keep on a cart. You can store your coffee syrups, your glasses, and even a bowl of Keurig pods all in one place.

Mind Reader Clear Syrup Bottle Holder

Mind Reader Clear Syrup Bottle Holder ($60)

The vertical design of this holder means that you can store all your syrups in one place and still see all their labels. That way you know exactly which syrups you have and how much you have left.

Uncommon Goods Sugar Cube Flight

Uncommon Goods Sugar Cube Flight ($28)

If you don’t like syrups but still want something to sweeten your drinks, get some flavored sugar cubes instead. We like this in lieu of regular sugar since they feature flavors like orange ginger and caramel vanilla.

Meadowland Syrups Pumpkin Spice Single Syrup

Meadowland Syrups Pumpkin Spice Single Syrup ($18)

It wouldn’t be a fall coffee bar without some pumpkin spice syrup. After all, you have to be able to make a pumpkin spice latte whenever you want! It’s handcrafted in Oregon with notes of nutmeg, clove, and allspice.

Louise Madzia Large Mug

Louise Madzia Large Mug ($48)

This mug is great for anyone who’s in need of a huge coffee in the morning. The screen-printed design is simple and clean, and it goes great with minimalist and artsy aesthetics alike.

Alt Vessel The Wave Mug

Alt Vessel The Wave Mug ($55+)

Not only is this stoneware mug hand-thrown, but it also features a hand-painted wave for a personal and unique design. You can get either clear or colored glaze on the inside, but no matter which one you pick, you’ll be drinking your coffee in style.

Tiled Margot Monogram Mug

Tiled Margot Monogram Mug ($14)

These art deco mugs are equal parts vintage and glam, which is perfect for girls’ brunch or bringing out warm drinks after a dinner party. Our favorite detail is the tile design inside the cup.

Adulting Merit Badge Mug

Adulting Merit Badge Mug ($15)

From “Put On Pants” to “Ate A Good Breakfast,” this mug features badges for all of the tasks that come with being an adult, and it just so happens to be the perfect reward for all of your duties.


Chamberlain Coffee Social Dog Blend

Chamberlain Coffee Social Dog Blend ($16)

This coffee is flavorful, complex, and the perfect thing for early mornings. It’s got a full body and smooth notes of milk chocolate, brown sugar, and graham cracker. We’ll take two cups, please.

Caribou Coffee Caribou Blend K-Cup Pods

Caribou Coffee Caribou Blend K-Cup Pods ($31)

If you’re trying to cut back on your coffee, these single-serve K-Cups might be exactly what you need. Caribou’s medium-roast classic blend tastes great when it’s drunk black or paired with creamer.

Partners Coffee Elevate Bag Coffee Bar

Partners Coffee Elevate Bag ($16)

Get in a fall mood with this coffee that features apple and caramel flavors. It pairs acidity and velvety smoothness for a sip that you’ll love.

Nespresso VertuoLine Capsules

Nespresso VertuoLine Capsules ($38)

You don’t have to pick between hazelnut, vanilla, and caramel with these Nespresso capsules. In addition to the delicious flavors, Nespresso has the Climate Pledge-friendly stamp of approval from Amazon *and* a collaboration with the Rainforest Alliance.

Girls Run the World Coffee Beans

Girls Run the World Coffee Beans ($17)

These beans feature delicious flavors of toasted almonds and pink grapefruit, but that’s not the best part. One-hundred percent of the profits go toward supporting girls’ education in Mozambique.

Fall Coffee Bar Creamer

u200bChobani Hazelnut Coffee Creamer

Chobani Hazelnut Coffee Creamer ($7)

Not only does every sip of this pick have a nutty finish from the hazelnut, but the real milk and natural cream mean that it’s also creamy and smooth.

Nature's Dairy Free Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer

Nature’s Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer ($15 for 3)

Dairy-free coffee lovers, join! This creamer uses coconut cream and almonds to create a product that gives you that regular creamer experience, without the dairy. The fact that it’s pumpkin spice is just the cherry on top.

Thrive Vanilla Coconut Creamer

Thrive Vanilla Coconut Creamer ($8, was $10)

This creamer will supercharge your mornings with pure vanilla extract, coconut sugar, and MCT oil. It’s great for anyone who’s gluten-free, paleo, and (since it’s made with coconut milk powder) vegan.

hive Unsweetened Oat Creamer Coffee Bar

Elmhurst 1925 Unsweetened Oat Creamer ($5)

You don’t have to go crazy with sweeteners if you’d rather keep your coffee subtle. This dairy-free pick will give your coffee that creamy consistency, without any crazy flavors that will leave you less than happy.

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