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Christmas Coffee And Cocoa Bar

If you’ve been anywhere around me for a hot minute, then you know my love for coffee! Today I’m sharing a fun and festive Christmas Coffee and Cocoa Bar.

My most favorite time of year is Christmas and one reason why is that I get to participate in all the fun blog hops, gathering so much inspiration along the way.

When Leigh from The Little by Little Home asked if I would like to join, I jumped at the chance to share! A special thank you to Leigh for putting together this amazing group of gals!

If you are here from Sara’s blog, Twelve on Main, then Welcome to Noting Grace! I loved her cozy and casual kitchen and dining room – didn’t you?

And speaking of kitchens…

Did you know I have a hallway of pantries?

Well, it didn’t start that way.

It used to be a desk area and then an open space pantry.

The before

It was very unsightly and needed a huge update.

Last year, we took on the task of updating these two spaces, creating built in cabinets for the pantry and repurposing the desk area into a butler’s pantry.

I have always dreamed of making this butler’s pantry into a Christmas Coffee and Cocoa bar and I finally did it and I’m so excited to share it with you today.

Christmas Coffee and Cocoa Bar

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It’s a red and white peppermint frenzy and I love how it looks!

I started with this fun ticking stripe rag garland. I purchased this one from Hobby Lobby, but I’m sure you can make one pretty easily.

These Santa and Mrs. Claus salt and pepper shakers are vintage treasures given to me by a family member.

They look perfectly at home amongst my milk glass collection.

I went through my Christmas boxes and pulled out everything red and white that I had.

It was an economical way to use what I already had on hand.

This is the cocoa section. The only thing missing are the marshmallows, but for some reason, they were a bit elusive to find this year. I blame the curse of 2020!

But I think there is still enough yumminess to create the perfect batch of cocoa.

The coffee side is a bit more simple, but believe me, it gets used all day long!

I love my Ninja Coffee maker – it comes with a milk frother and the option to brew a cup or a full pot.

Last year, I found this cute fan shaped milk glass vase and it’s the perfect shape to hold my coffee filters.

Isn’t that a great idea! I love how it ties in with the rest of my milk glass collection.

I love how my Christmas Coffee and Cocoa Bar flows perfectly with the rest of my decor!

It was fun creating a new space that I’ve never done before. And I just love getting all merry each time I pour myself a new cuppa!

Speaking of, I’m about to top of my mug and head over to the next blogger on the list. Lisa from Recreated Designs is sharing her gorgeous home tour!

There is more for you to enjoy. Check out the other amazing bloggers below!

Recreated Designs / The Tattered Pew / The Little by Little Home

Our Crafty Mom / Jenron Designs / Twelve on Main / Noting Grace

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Pops of Red Christmas Mantel

3 Simple DIY Christmas Yarn Crafts

Red Tartan Christmas Dining Table

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Christmas Front Porch

Christmas Artwork Using Wrapping Paper

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18 Comments

  1. Jen,
    I loved when you added this butler’s pantry and then to see it festive for Christmas is so fun!

  2. I absolutely love all of your red and white Jen and your hot cocoa bar is perfect <3 I love that you can leave it up all winter long too!

  3. Jen what a beautiful pantry you have and it looks so pretty all dressed up for Christmas! If I ever move or build a house a pantry is on my list! I wish I had one…pinning yours for inspiration! Merry Christmas friend!

  4. What a cute idea for your Coffee and Cocoa bar this season! I know our Cocoa Bar always gets a ton of use this time of year, LOL! ‘Tis the season so make pretty and festive!

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