A Pumpkin Spice Coffee Station
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Queue the drum roll! It's officially Pumpkin Spice Season!! I was a closet pumpkin supporter. Little pumpkins have been popping up in my decor here and there but I was too afraid to post them for fear of the angry internet mobs railing against the inevitable disappearance of summer. But when some little coffee shop says it's okay, then it must be okay, right? I'm totally rolling my eyes at that sentiment because (don't shun me) I'm not a huge fan of having to go to Starbucks. So, I created my own cute and delicious little coffee station with the help of andThat! ;)
It goes without saying that the first way to officially celebrate Pumpkin Spice Season is to, of course, put it in your coffee!! My eyeballs just about popped out of my head when I saw this trio of pumpkin flavored syrups at my local andThat! store! Surrounding it were even more amazing pumpkin flavored goodies!
To some of you who have been with me on this journey over the last year, these tall dried grasses may look familiar to you! I used them in my Coastal Chic Fall Home Tour last year where I affectionately referred to them as "fluffies". You'll be happy to hear that there are even more fluffies forming alongside our pool right now!
I switched out my DIY Bar Cart for this wonderful Craigslist find because I think it makes the perfect little station for coffee. The warm wood tone even makes me think of fall.
A couple of cute pumpkin spice themed coffee mugs just had to make their way home with me. Aren't they cute?
I also picked up this gold edged marble platter that serves as a coaster for drinks. A gold platter and white ceramic pumpkin dish holds a couple of the tasty fall treats I bought.
Even miss Summer wants to know what smells so good! ;) The pumpkin dish holds Pumpkin Spice Meringues and surrounding it are Kona Coffee Crisps. I tried some as I was styling this table and they are really good! They are brittle with cracked coffee, coconut, toffee and roasted almonds.
As usual, Summer was a very good assistant and model and definitely received a yummy bone after she helped out. ;)
For coffee stirrers and spoons, I always like to have a festive tray handy, which is why I bought that cute gold leaf!
One of my favorite finds was the huge variety of faux florals! Can you guess which room this little chinoiserie jar will be heading to? There really is no deep blue in the rest of our house except for our bedroom, so that will be its new home after it's done adding color to this coffee station.
If you were ready for PSL season like I was, I hope you can now drink your PSL without shame! Ha! Cheers, friends!