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    • Mandy Wilkerson

      martha stewart bedford kitchen - AMAZING coffee bar!

    • Katharine Mead

      Love the open cabinets. Great idea for coffee station in kitchen.

    • Trish Whitcomb

      Coffee LOVE. Open shelves. Organized kitchen. Martha Stewart's New Bedford home. MyMuseTimesTwo: Inspiration in Martha's Kitchen

    • Franke SA

      Build in a stylish coffee station into your kitchen to create a stunning feature with delicious aromas to welcome your guests. #CoffeeBar

    • Rhonda Gleason

      martha stewart coffe station at office

    • Krayl Funch / An Appealing Plan

      I'm in love with each and every piece of China or serveware I have and dream of having open shelves to display them all. This coffee station would be there perfect addition to the butlers pantry just off the kitchen or dining area.

    • Jenae Held

      Coffe bar in the kitchen

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