Current page: House & Garden Home Accessories 24 ways to get your coffee fix Caffeine not necessarily included Steve McQueen enjoying a cup of coffee | Image: Alamy March 23 2020 / Clara Baldock and Raphaëlle HelmoreEmailTwitterPinterestFacebook FE98 Gucci coffee pot, £440 Advertisement Ladurée chocolate and coffee macarons, £18 Jono Smart & Emily Stephen coffee set, £330, maudandmabel.com Prada jumper, £1,530, farfetch.com Richard Brendon coffee cup and saucer, £105 De’Longhi coffee machine, £720 Tiffany & Co sugar bowl, £85 KeepCup, £20, johnlewis.com From left: Liberty coffee, £10.95. L’Objet French press, £270 Bi.Du.Haev pour-over coffee stand, £775, mrporter.com Luke Edward Hall coffee cup and saucer, £187 for two, libertylondon.com Paul Smith cufflinks, £100 Smeg coffee machine, £179 From left: Selfridges bauble, £16. Anya Hindmarch coffee candle, £150 Harrods cocoa-dusted coffee beans, £7 From left: Alessi espresso coffee maker, £185. Fürstenberg espresso cup and saucer, €237 From left: Tom Dixon coffee spoon, £35. Ralph Lauren coffee canister, £45 Nespresso milk frother, £50 From left: Le Labo coffee body scrub, £35. Fortnum & Mason coffee beans, £50 AdvertisementShare this articleEmailTwitterPinterestFacebookRelatedGourmet FoodRosslyn Coffee: a City café with soulAccessoriesThe Fix: 21 ways to sparkleSee alsoCoffeeThe House & Garden NewsletterFind design inspiration for your homeEmail addressPlease enter a correct email addressSign up nowYou have successfully subscribedThank youFor more information about how we use your data please refer to our privacy and cookie policies.