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Sip In Style

As coffee enthusiasts, your cocktail bar isn't the only thing that needs attention. Turn your coffee bar into your very own Starbucks with brew-inspired d├ęcor like these calligraphy signs and succulent planters.

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Freshly Pressed

Add some panache to your morning routine with a French press as bold as your cup o' joe. You can find this geometric design for your modern kitchen at Crate and Barrel.

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You've Got Mail

Sometimes it's nice to change things up, and that also goes for your daily coffee habit. Ask your family and friends for a monthly coffee subscription shipped directly to your new home. You can order three-month's worth of Equator Coffee from Williams-Sonoma.

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K-Cup Pod Caddy from Amazon
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Counter Space Needed

If you're addicted to your Keurig, you probably understand how tricky it can be to organize all those K-cups. Keep your counters clutter-free with the right coffee accessories like this clever coffee pod storage from Amazon.

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Copper coffee set from West Elm
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Sleek Glassware

In some parts of the world, serving up coffee after a leisurely dinner is a tradition. If you're hosting for the holidays, brew as the Italians do and serve up some hot coffee with dessert. Your guests will feel fancy sipping out of a glass set like this one from West Elm.

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Ice Ice Baby

Some like it hot, some prefer a nice cold brew. If you consider yourselves the latter, this wedding registry idea is a must-have for a cool cup of java on the go.

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Latte, Please

Sometimes a simple mug of black coffee won't do the trick. Stir up a cappuccino or foamy latte with an electric frother like this one. It adds ease to brewing up whatever warm beverage your heart desires.

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To Have and To Hold

No kitchen is complete without a few glasses or mugs that represent your style and personality. Along with those random mugs you've collected in your cupboard over the years, add a unique set like this one to your new kitchen.

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Travel coffee kit from Food52
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Brew on the Go

If you can't stand even a day apart from each other, bring your coffee with you wherever you go. A travel kit like this one is perfect for brewing at the office, on vacation, or even during your next camping trip.

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At-Home Barista

If he likes his coffee black but you prefer something richer to get you through the day, a coffee and espresso machine bundle is a great wedding registry idea. You can find this convenient and easy-to-use option at Bloomingdale's.

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On That Grind

The key to the best cup of coffee starts with breaking down the beans to the right size. Achieve a rich and flavorful cup of coffee with a quality grinder like this Williams-Sonoma find.

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Pour It Up

Skip the coffee machines and go for something more simple. If you prefer the pour-over method of brewing, add this glass coffeemaker to your new home. For more wedding registry ideas, get inspired by our registry partners.