Furniture for coffee station

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Mike3dr

#1: Post by Mike3dr »

I bought a Synchronika, and I'm looking to set up a coffee station now. I need a cabinet (that the wife will like) that's between 30-40 inches in length, and 20-22 inches in depth, I would also like it to have a drawer. Can you show me what you have, where you got it, and maybe a picture? Trying not to get divorced. Thank you :D

macal425

#2: Post by macal425 »

I'm in the same boat as you. Got a Lelit Bianca over the weekend and my partner did not seem too happy about the loss of counter space. She loves the look of it, but would prefer to look at it somewhere else. So, a coffee bar in my basement office seems like the way to go. If you check out the thread below, you'll get plenty of ideas on a coffee bar setup. It's a long thread that was started in 2007, so best to start at the last page as it's more likely that you'll be able to ask someone a specific question about their setup.

Post a pic of your home espresso setup...

Mike3dr (original poster)

#3: Post by Mike3dr (original poster) »

TY

chipman

#4: Post by chipman »


Mike3dr (original poster)

#5: Post by Mike3dr (original poster) »

Thank you

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CarefreeBuzzBuzz

#6: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

Or let the wife pick it and don't worry about where the water comes from.

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PeetsFan

#7: Post by PeetsFan »

Go to your local Home Depot or Lowes and look for an open box, 36" wide kitchen cabinet. I bought one for about $100. They also sell countertops in butcher block and fake marble, or you can buy a professional countertop. The butcher block, if you choose it, needs to be sealed in Varathane, which takes time because you paint it on, let it dry for a few hours, lightly sand, repeat twice.

dhllall

#8: Post by dhllall »

Do you think this will hold https://www.logicvending.co.uk/commerci ... e-machines - like these, I am more worried about the weight of these machines? Do you already own one? what type of machine do you use it for?

Abecker
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#9: Post by Abecker »

It's a little larger but I went with an ikea kitchen island for mine.

https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/vadholma-k ... -20359154/

If you want something more industrial Home Depot also has a nice workbench. Photo for example:


ira
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#10: Post by ira »

I've got some tables from this place and they are plenty strong, don't know if they've anything your wife would like. this one is a sample if possibly a bit big:

https://www.sevilleclassics.com/collect ... /uhd20109b