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Brewing coffee at home certainly doesn’t have to be a pain. And with people spending time at home these days, it’s become necessary to brew our own mug in the morning. Luckily, with the right equipment, you can easily upgrade your home coffee-making experience. With some of these coffee makers, you’ll no longer be simply brewing a mug of black coffee; in fact, you’ll basically morph into a barista, whipping up cappuccinos and shots of espresso like it’s no big deal. And if you’re worried about shelling out a lot of money on, well, some cups of coffee, you’ll actually end up saving money in the long run by not hitting up Starbucks for a $7 venti every day. After all, Starbucks is closed until May 3 anyway, so now’s the time to perfect that home-brewed cup of coffee. Ahead, our current favorite coffee makers for sale right now.

Chemex 6-Cup Pour Over Coffee Maker, $43.99 at Bed, Bath and Beyond

Bed, Bath & Beyond

Don’t need any splashy gadgets? Stick with Chemex’s simple pour-over coffee maker, which gives you full control over your brewing process. Just drop a coffee filter in the vessel, add ground coffee, and pour boiling water on top. One happy customer reviews that he has “had one for 45 years. Best coffee every without all the fancy throwaway cups.”Buy Now

Bialetti Moka Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker 9 Cups, $44.95 at Walmart


This iconic, old-school coffee maker has been around since 1950, a welcome throwback for those who prefer to brew their coffee the old-fashioned way. The elegant Italian coffee maker is guaranteed to produce a rich espresso in just a few minutes, right on the stove.Buy Now

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Keurig K-Cafe, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee, Latte & Cappuccino Maker, $191.99 at Wayfair


Those who won’t stray too far from K-cups should consider this Keurig machine, which works with all K-Cup pods out there. Complete with a frother, this machine makes everything from a simple cup of coffee to a latte, brewed in 6-, 8-, 10-, and 12-ounces. One happy customer wrote, “When my old Keurig was on the fritz I was looking to upgrade. An upgrade indeed! I love being able to select different ounces, and my husband uses the strong button. Making lattes is so easy!”Buy Now

Nespresso Pixie Espresso Machine by Breville with Aeroccino Milk Frother, $249.99 at Bed, Bath and Beyond

Bed, Bath & Beyond

With this Nespresso espresso machine, you can brew two single-serve espressos at the same time. Plus, the added milk frother allows you to craft both hot and cold milk drinks, like cappuccinos and lattes. Buy Now

De’Longhi All in One Combination Espresso & Coffee Maker, $239.95 at Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

Coffee and espresso lovers converge in this De’Longhi coffee maker, which boasts the best of both worlds. On one side of the machine is a full cappuccino system, and on the other is a drip-coffee brewer, letting you prep espresso drinks while a pot of coffee heats up. Plus, you can use the milk frother to make foam, hot milk, and craft latte art.Buy Now

Breville Precision Brewer Thermal, $299.95 at Sur La Table

Sur La Table

This thermal coffee maker boasts six functions in one, including Gold Cup, fast, strong brew, iced coffee, cold brew, and my brew, so you’ll never get bored with your morning mug. One self-proclaimed coffee snob writes, “We can make our coffee exactly how we want, whether it’s drip, pour over, over ice, and even cold brew. It actually makes making coffee fun!”Buy Now

Moccamaster KBG Coffee Brewer, $349 at Nordstrom


This state-of-the-art coffee maker brings the skill of a barista straight into your home. What makes this appliance so excellent? The copper boiling element, coupled with an independently controlled hot plate, guarantees an even temperature, plus 100 minutes of pot warming, so your coffee will always be hot.Buy Now

Header image courtesy of Sur La Table.

Amy Schulman is an associate editor at Chowhound. She is decidedly pro-chocolate.
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