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13 Clever Ways To Store Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs

Ideas for drawers, racks, DIY and more.

Do you own a Keurig coffee maker? If so, you’ll be happy to know that there are clever Keurig pod holder and storage solutions. I’ve rounded up ideas include everything from K-Cup drawers to mini coffee stations that can spruce up your kitchen or break room. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

1. A Colorful 2-Piece Coffee Station

Who says that K-Cup storage has to be black? Opt for a color such as this 2-piece Mind Reader red single drawer and condiment station. It can sit right on the countertop and hold enough flavors and flavorings in the drawer organizers to suit a variety of coffee lovers.

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2. Apothecary Glass Jars

Imagine how neat it would be to place a different K-Cup flavor in each jar.

I love this DIY kitchen storage idea because you can see the flavors through the jar without lifting up the lid. Plus, it’s a nice way to separate multiple flavors.

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3. Amazon Basics Coffee Pod Storage (Popular)

This is one of Amazon’s best sellers probably due to the price and convenience of having separate holder drawers right below the Keurig. I actually have it and it is a space saver. They also make it for Nespresso pods.

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4. Metallic Keurig Storage Drawer

This is a gorgeous Keurig pod holder especially if you have stainless steel kitchen appliances to match with it.

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5. Peel and Stick Wall Caddy

Add some coffee pod love to your wall as decoration. This nifty wall caddy stays in place with a damage-free adhesive.

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6. Under Cabinet K-Cup Storage

It’s also possible to mount K-Cup storage underneath cabinets in the form of storage units with swing-out or drawer access.

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7. Automatic K-Cup Dispenser

Always have a Keurig K-Cup at the ready with this cool automatic dispenser that can rest under the coffee machine or be hung on a kitchen cabinet door.

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8. A Mini Coffee Station

Use the Mind Reader “Vespa” Coffee Pod and Condiment Holder for the ultimate in coffee prep convenience. I like that it has drawer storage but also space for coffee cups. (It is also currently super cheap.)

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9. Stackable Coffee Pod Holder

For those who keep coffee and tea in the same spot and like to see what’s on offer before grabbing a cup, try these clear stackable kitchen box organizers.

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10. Handy Adhesive Foam Storage

Stick these Keurig pod holders on to the back of cabinet doors, under cabinets, on the side of the refrigerator, and more.

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11. Fruit and K-Cup Pod Basket

Save space by storing not only your coffee K-Cup pods but also fruit and other things in the same storage basket.

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12. Glass Top Keurig Storage Drawer

The nice thing about glass is that it’s easy to clean. It will also allow you to see what’s left in your Keurig storage drawer.

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13. K-Cup Carousel (Popular)

This is actually how we also store our K-Cups since we have the counter space for a pod carousel. K-Cup carousels are also very inexpensive. And it’s nice that they have a lazy susan base that you can spin around with ease.

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What kind of Keurig pod holder storage do you use?

See also: Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee

A list of clever ways to store your Keurig coffee pods from K-Cup drawers to carousels to mini coffee stations.
A list of clever Keurig K-Cup storage ideas including drawers, carousels, racks, mini coffee stations, DIY Keurig pod holders, and where to buy them.

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4 thoughts on “13 Clever Ways To Store Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs

    1. Thanks for the great ideas. I finally am purchasing my FIRST Keurig today! I know….it has tken me a while to jump on this bandwagon! I would love to purchase your #13 idea “Sliding K CUP storage for kitchen cabinets by daviddavie”. Do you have a link where I could also purchase one of these?

      Thanks gain for the post!
      Char M

  1. I like your idea to store K-cups in glass jars. It would be cool to sort them by flavor and be able to easily pick them out. Plus, glass jars look really cool in decorating. I am trying to figure out how to store my K-cups, because I don’t have enough space in my kitchen right now. I will definitely give this a try!

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