We have two Keurig K-cup Portion Pack storage containers that we both love: the countertop storage drawer and K-Cup carousel. It’s ridiculous that they are next to each other on the counter but we can’t decide which one to keep out. It turns out that there are extremely creative people out there who have come up with clever ways to store K-Cup Portion Packs.
1. Use Decorative Glass Jars
Love this because you can see the flavors through the jar and can pick one without lifting up the lid. Plus, it’s a nice way to separate multiple flavors.
2. Storage Drawer For 54 Cups
You may also find this drawer on Amazon.
3. Recycled Cake Pans
Two old angel food cake pans, a stool leg, some goop and a curtain rod finial. Super clever.
4. Re-purpose the K-Cup Portion Pack Box!
Here are instructions regarding how to make a cute storage box using an old K-Cup Portion Pack box! I mean, why not? You could use a cute box for all sorts of stuff–even gifts!
5. Attach Handy Adhesive Foam Storage
Stick these on to the back of cabinet doors, under cabinets, on the side of the refrigerator and more. It’s on Amazon for $19.99 and holds 27 K-Cup Portion Packs.
6. Store Fruit and K-Cup Portion Packs
This contraption is available at the Container Store.
7. Hang Them Over The Pantry Door
Assuming you have a swinging door nearby, this could totally work. And, you can store all sorts of other stuff, too!
8. Under-Cabinet Storage
Don’t use this one with under-cabinet lighting. A great way to keep them out of the way though!
9. Upcycle Cookie Tins
Similar to the cake pan example above, you can get creative with old cookie tins and store A LOT of coffee.
10. How About A Spark Plug Carousel?
This is a one-of-a-kind item, but how cool is it? It’s got wrenches for a base and all sorts of welded iron.
11. Clear Glass Drawer For Under The Keurig
Another excellent space-saving idea.
12. Hang Them On The Fridge
Handy, as I’m sure some of you keep Keurigs close to the fridge!
13. For The Dog Lover
An acrylic K-Cup Portion Pack holder in the shape of a dog. How cute.
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