How to Elevate Your Coffee Game

Master the daily grind with stylish mugs, makers and local beans.

Clockwise from top left: Patterned ceramic mug, $44, Craftland, Providence. White Electric coffee, $15, White Electric, Providence. Dave’s Coffee coffee syrup, $10.99, Dave’s Coffee, Providence and Charlestown. Handmade Mexican pottery striped cake stand, $90, Simple Pleasures, Providence. Polished copper pour-over kettle, $99, Stock Culinary Goods, Providence. Blue and white patterned mug, $12, Stock Culinary Goods.


Clockwise from top left: Cup lid, $7, Peter Pots Pottery, West Kingston. Porcelain sugar spoons with multicolored end (set of six), $28, Stock Culinary Goods. Coffee milk soy candle, $12, Craftland. Mini cow creamer, $8, Stock Culinary Goods. Coffee cup, $10, and off-center saucer, $10, Peter Pots Pottery. Bee dish, $25, Craftland. Rhode Island handmade anchor dish, $20, Simple Pleasures. Demi gold-plate spoon, $4 each, Stock Culinary Goods. Half-pint glass creamer, $18, Stock Culinary Goods. Light blue bear cup, $44, Craftland.


Clockwise from top left: Dave’s Black Crow coffee, $11.95, Dave’s Coffee. Handmade Mexican pottery striped dish, $38, Simple Pleasures. Handmade heart coffee scoop, $26, Craftland. Chipmunk creamer, $14, Peter Pots Pottery. Chemex pour over three cup coffee maker, $38, and J. Schatz round mug, $45, Stock Culinary Goods. Handmade Mexican pottery striped tray, $24, Simple Pleasures. White stoneware creamer, $12, Stock Culinary Goods. Handmade Mexican pottery striped oversized cup, $22, and handmade Mexican pottery small patterned plate, $18, Simple Pleasures.
Location and pastries courtesy of the Nook, East Greenwich.


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