So, you’ve just remodeled your kitchen? Chances are, you were very close to the project; meticulously selecting every last detail from top to bottom. But did you take the same care in choosing your coffeemaker? Did you consider how it would look in your new kitchen?
You agonized over which counter top to choose, researched your refrigerator for weeks and let’s not even talk about the stress that selecting your cabinetry caused. The cup pulls vs. knobs vs. handles debate alone left you sleepless for what felt like an eternity.
After all of the thought and care that went into creating your dream kitchen, don’t you think you deserve a dream coffee maker to go with it? Perhaps something that not only brews a tasty cup, but also fits right in with your kitchen’s style!
We think the answer to that is a resounding yes! So, here is a look at a few different coffee makers and the kitchens we think would make them feel right at home.
If your kitchen style is … Farmhouse/Rustic
When we think about a farmhouse kitchen, pretty much the first thought that comes to mind is homemade treats. We think about homemade breads, mason jars of pickles made from cucumbers picked straight from the garden, and fresh-from-the-oven apple pie.
It stands to reason that the farmhouse coffee should be just as fresh as everything else that comes from the kitchen, which is why we think that the Cuisinart® Grind & Brew™ 12-Cup Automatic Coffee Maker would be ideal. The fairly streamlined design makes it compact and easy to tuck into a corner, while the onboard coffee grinder ensures that the coffee would taste deliciously fresh.
If your kitchen style is … Modern
The modern kitchen demands a coffee maker that will blend seamlessly into its design language. It should be sleek and unobtrusive, because modern kitchens have zero tolerance for clutter of any sort. There is a place for everything and everything in its place.
When it comes to coffee makers, we believe that a built-in coffee system from Miele is the best choice. It is both high-functioning and stylish without being ostentatious.
If your kitchen style is … Mediterranean
A romantically old world kitchen would play the perfect showcase for a coffee maker that seems to be just as much art as it is an essential appliance. The Elektra Micro Casa in copper and brass would add yet another layer of sensory delight to a Mediterranean style kitchen.
This spring piston espresso machine would allow you to pull the perfect shot while adding old world beauty and interest to its surroundings.
If your kitchen style is … Contemporary
The pure and simple concept of the pour over coffee maker tends to be favoured among many younger adults, who also seem to enjoy contemporary interior design styles.
If your kitchen style is … Traditional
In the traditional kitchen, function is a high priority. Here, a single brew coffee maker like the Kuerig is right at home, tucked into the corner of a countertop or taking centre stage in a Pinterest-inspired coffee station.
Farmhouse/Rustic Kitchen: Our vintage home love
Modern Kitchen: Modulnova
Mediterranean Kitchen: Decoist
Contemporary Kitchen: Amber Interiors
Traditional Kitchen: HGTV