10 Coffee Accessories You Need To Craft a Classy Morning Brew at Home

With these barista-approved tools in tow, homemade espresso drinks are just minutes away.

Photo by Francine Zaslow. Prop styling by Kate C. Sheppard/Anchor Artists. Food styling by Karen Tully.

1 Breville “The Bambino Plus” stainless steel espresso machine, $500, Didriks.

2 “Fellow Eddy” stainless steel steaming pitcher, $30, George Howell Coffee.

3 Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri for Stelton “Collar” stainless-steel-and-ceramic coffee grinder, $89, Lekker Home.

4 Saint Anthony Industries stainless steel espresso tamper with hardwood handle, $87, Blue Bottle Coffee.

5 Alessandro Mendini for Alessi “Moka” aluminum espresso maker, $76, Eataly.

6 Mud Australia porcelain espresso cup and saucer, $66 for set, Lekker Home.

7 Fortessa Tableware Solutions stainless steel espresso spoon, $7, Greentail Table.

8 Trip Ware “Cup 90” porcelain cup, $18, and “Lid 160” porcelain plate, $18, both GrayMist Studio & Shop.

9 Harold Import Company stainless steel milk frother, $25, Kitchen Outfitters.

10 “Colombia Chachagui” espresso beans, $17.50, and “Alpha” espresso beans, $16, both Gracenote.

Additional props:

Porcelain tumbler, $35, Myrth Ceramics.

London Borough of Jam “Seville Orange & Chamomile” marmalade, $15, Hasami Porcelain clay-and-porcelain dish, $9, Studio M for Marumitsu Poterie “Barbarie” earthenware plate, $32, and “Brioche” earthenware baking vessel, $16, all Pod.

BIA Kitchen & Home “Scandic” snack tray with birch veneer, $16, Greentail Table; Libeco Home linen towels, $46 each, Didriks.

Bormioli Rocco “Caffeino” espresso shot glass, $4, Kitchen Outfitters.