Coffee is more than just the nation’s favourite drink, coffee is an artform - which is why it’s such a powerful theme for incorporating into a home’s interior. From the strong aromas to the generous dose of caffeine, there’s nothing quite like a hot cup of coffee - and as any coffee addict will know, that means having all the equipment close to hand so that you can get it just right every time.
At Novell Coffee, we’re passionate about all things coffee, and we love the idea of reflecting that in the home. That’s why, today, we’re breaking down a number of ways that you can incorporate coffee-making essentials and accessories into your interior design theme. With our help, you’ll have all the inspiration you need to convert your kitchen into a coffee-themed paradise.
Putting your own stamp on a place means you can transform your house into a home - and for coffee addicts, that means getting creative and combining practical needs with your passion for a barista-style brew. Embellishing the wall with printed canvases of Arabica beans will enhance the overall aesthetic of the room, but why stop there? For a space-saving solution that’s all about elegance, decorate your kitchen walls with vintage-style mug hooks - and that way, your next cup of coffee will always be within easy reach.
As any coffee aficionado will know, a quality set of coffee scales is crucial when it comes to measuring out coffee beans for roasting at home. Countertop scales that are smaller in size will fit the bill and won’t distract from the design of the interior. Whether it’s for a cold brew or homemade coffee cake, by always having your trusty kitchen scales on hand, you can master the art of the brewing the perfect cup of coffee.
Storage is everything when it comes to busy domestic spaces like the kitchen - and when you factor in the array of different strengths and flavours of coffee, it couldn’t be more important for a self-confessed coffee addict. Whether you’re struggling for cupboard space or looking to make every cup that little bit more convenient, filling a range of vintage-style mason jars with your favourite coffee beans will add a new level of style and sophistication to your countertop. The airtight lock means you can enjoy fresh coffee time and time again - just make sure your jars are stored out of the way of direct sunlight.
How Coffee Makes Us More Productive
Caffeine is the most used psychoactive substances available in nature. People often experience a more energised mental state after drinking coffee and even tea and it’s a well-known fact that caffeine has a direct impact on our overall productivity. But how does caffeine work exactly?
When caffeine enters your body, it is metabolised by the liver and broken down into three simpler substances, theophylline, paraxanthine and theobromine. It is these caffeine metabolites that make us more productive.