Custom made coffee signs are starting to be seen all over the place. They come in all shapes and sizes. The best ones, in my opinion, are carved into wood and stained or painted. Some are fancy and some are more rustic. The more choices the better of course. Is there a choice of wood? Is there a color choice for the sign itself and for the letters and characters? Coffee signs for the kitchen should match your personality and style. Personalized coffee signs make so much more of a connection to you and your coffee station. When looking, add your name so everyone knows who is making the coffee. Add your favorite style of cup. Traditional coffee cup or a covered to go cup are good options. I like to have a French press carved since that is what I make my coffee in. If they are carved too deep, the details won't come out as clean. I like to think of carving items from pictures as capturing the essence of it instead of trying to get a picture shown. Another element is to have an established year added. It could be any year you want; the year you started drinking coffee, the year you moved into a new home or apartment or any other important coffee year. Coffee sign decor involves more than signs, it involves mugs, cups, carts and stands, but it starts with a great sign. One great place to get custom coffee signs is at AZ Rustic Boards shop.