9 Stylish Coffee Makers You Can Buy Online
These cool gadgets are user-friendly and will look really good on your countertop
If there's one kitchen appliance we depend on to keep us alert and efficient, it's the coffee machine. It's an all-day essential, especially now that we're on WFH mode. If you're a coffee junkie like us, you'll need an efficient machine to keep you supplied with java all day, every day, and it helps if your coffee maker is not an eyesore. Good news: these days, it's not hard to find coffee makers with both style and function. We found these nine beauties, each one able to spiff up your space so you're excited to wake up in the morning to make even more coffee.
Smeg Espresso Machine
Stylish and versatile with user-friendly controls, this machine can handle ground coffee and coffee pods. Get a cup of joe with just a tap of a button.
Petrus PE3320 Semi-automatic Espresso Machine
A great machine for the beginner barista, you can pull an espresso, and even make cappuccino.
Wacaco Nanopresso Elements Portable Coffee Machine
Brew everywhere and anywhere with nifty device that's small enough to fit into your bag. Simple and sturdy, it's also eco-friendly with no disposable filters needed.
OceanRich Automatic Drip Coffee Machine
A battery-operated pour over coffee maker that produces quality, full-bodied coffee. So easy to use.
Bear Espresso Machine
The unique design and pretty sage-green color will make this a standout on your counter.
Planit Home Espresso Maker
With its clean palette and wood accents, this is perfect gadget for your minimalist kitchen. It will let you make a mean espresso.
Nespresso Essenza Mini Coffee Maker
If you don't have too much counter space, then this is the coffee machine for you. It's small, elegant, and so easy to use.
Breville Barista Express
An all-in-one espresso machine in cheerful cranberry red that will do everything from grinding the coffee beans to producing microfoam.
Ascaso Dream Zero Espresso Machine
This charmingly retro espresso machine would fit in an American 1970s diner with its wooden handles and knobs. It's a semi-automatic espresso machine that's sturdy enough to last generations.
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