Guest Picks: Coffee Service
Upgrade your morning ritual with accessories to help make the perfect brew
Since investing in a coffee press, I've been taking my morning brew pretty seriously. Starting off the day with a great cup of coffee is absolutely worth the extra effort. Here's a collection of my favorite coffee accessory finds from around the Web. Why not make an everyday ritual a little more special with some pretty tools? — Kathryne from Cookie and Kate
I bought the 12-cup Bodum coffee press so I could make enough for guests when they come over. They say "12-cup" but it really makes enough for 4 to 6 mugs' worth.
Could these little cups be any cuter? Each one has a surprise little critter coming out of the base.
These fun heart coffee scoops would make a great gift for a sweetheart or a good friend.
This sugar and creamer pair from West Elm comes with its own little bamboo tray for easy service. I love the simple, modern lines of the set.
Wake up and smell the coffee! This is a fun tea towel for a coffee lover.
Electric kettles heat up water super fast for coffee, tea, oatmeal and more. This modern, stainless steel electric kettle is really slick.
I've been meaning to buy a coffee grinder for grinding freshly roasted coffee beans at home. You can also use it for grinding whole spices. This one is affordable and highly rated.
These Pantone mugs are pretty and minimal. They would be a fantastic gift for a graphic designer or color lover!
I love these small porcelain spoons. They're perfect for stirring cream into coffee and serving small scoops of a dip.
I love this patterned tray by Jonathan Adler. It's small and seems just the right size for serving a few of cups of coffee.
I might have to give these matching Jonathan Adler elephant mugs as a wedding gift this summer. They'd be perfect for the quirky couple.
I'd gladly leave one of these colorful French presses out on my kitchen countertop all day long.
This sleek, simple and affordable coffee scoop from Crate and Barrel makes measuring coffee a breeze.
This double-walled glass mug by Bodum is like magic: The contents stay hot and the outside stays cool.
This beautiful honey jar would be great for drizzling honey into coffee. I adore the acacia wood and clean design.
This travel coffee press is neat. Brew your coffee directly in the mug and go!
I made the mistake of buying a super-cheap teakettle, and I think I'll have to upgrade to this KitchenAid kettle soon. I love the brushed metal exterior.
Great coffee deserves a great coffee table. This small, round marble-top table is beautiful. The photographer in me can't help but think that it would would make a lovely backdrop for food and beverage photos.
The Chemex coffeemaker seems to be getting quite a lot of attention lately. I'm perfectly happy with my coffee press, but the Chemex is an alternative that supposedly yields a full-flavored, clean-tasting brew.
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