644 Modern Coffee Makers and Tea Kettles

Caffeine — what would we do without it? If you're the kind of person who can't live without their cup of coffee or tea, the tool you use to make your brew of choice isn't a matter you should take lightly. More 
Sell on Houzz - Learn More
Sponsored Products
Brentwood CG-157 Black Coffee Grinder
$22.99 | Overstock.com
Toastess Twin Coffee Maker with 2 Permanent Filters & 2 Travel Mugs Multicolor -
$42.99 | Hayneedle
BonJour Clear 12-cup Coffee/ Tea Replacement Glass
$21.99 | Overstock.com
Bayou Classic Stainless Steel Brew Kettle
$224.24 | Overstock.com
One All RK101 Reusable Single Serve Coffee Filter System for K-Cups Systems Mult
$12.99 | Hayneedle
Jura Automatic Milk Frother (Refurbished)
$69.99 | Overstock.com

What size coffee machine works best for me?


The first step is to think about size. If you enjoy only one cup o’ joe, a personal percolator or a espresso machine will be the best way to get your single serving while saving time and dishes. If you live in a household where multiple people need their morning caffeine fix, then an automated coffee maker that can brew eight to 12 cups at a time might be a good investment. That way you can wake up to a warm cup that will wake you right up.

What kind of tea kettle should I buy?


Brewing tea i's a different matter. The best way to brew your tea depends mostly on whether you prefer to use bags, or loose leaf tea. There are some great tea kettles with a loose leaf tea bin built in, to brew your cup to perfection. Regardless, size and material are going to be your main considerations here. Like coffee, think about how much you'll be drinking, and how often you want to use it — not to mention if you prefer one with a pattern.

How much should I expect to spend on a coffee machine?


Prices vary quite substantially on these machines, depending on what you want to get out of them. A high end espresso machine can cost upwards of $2,000, while a simple tea kettle or French press can be less than $50. Think about what you're going to actually use, and what will be worth the investment in the long run.

Find coffee makers and tea kettles in different styles and sizes here, and start brewing to fulfill your caffeine fix.
© 2014 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™