Do you own a Keurig? Fortunately, there are clever Keurig coffee pod storage solutions that include everything from K-Cup drawers to mini coffee stations.
1. A Colorful 2-Piece Coffee Station
Who says that K-Cup storage has to be black? Opt for color such as this 2-piece Mind Reader red single drawer and condiment station.
2. Apothecary Glass Jars
Imagine individual flavors of K-Cups in each jar.
I love this because you can see the flavors through the jar without lifting up the lid. Plus, it’s a nice way to separate multiple flavors.
3. Amazon Basics Coffee Pod Storage (Popular)
This is one of Amazon’s best sellers probably due to price and convenience of having separate drawers right below the Keurig.
4. Metallic Keurig Storage Drawer
This is a gorgeous option especially if you have stainless steel kitchen appliances.
5. Peel and Stick Wall Caddy
Add some coffee pod love to your wall. It sticks with a damage-free adhesive.
6. Under Cabinet K-Cup Storage
It’s also possible to mount K-Cup storage underneath cabinets in the form of swing-out or drawer access.
7. Automatic K-Cup Dispenser
Always have a K-Cup at the ready with this cool automatic dispenser that can rest under the Keurig or be hung on a cabinet door.
8. A Mini Coffee Station
Use the Mind Reader “Vespa” Coffee Pod and Condiment Holder for the ultimate in coffee prep convenience. (It is also currently super cheap.)
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.
10. Handy Adhesive Foam Storage
Stick these on to the back of cabinet doors, under cabinets, on the side of the refrigerator and more.
11. Fruit and K-Cup Pod Basket
Save space by storing not only your K-Cup pods but also fruit and other things in the same storage basket.
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.
13. K-Cup Carousel (Popular)
This is actually how we store our K-Cups since we have the counter space. However, I’m thinking of switching to a glass drawer. K-Cup carousels are also very inexpensive.
What kind of coffee pod storage do you use?
*Several years ago I was an ambassador for Green Mountain Coffee but as this post is popular, I’ve updated it in 2019.