15 Clever Ways To Store Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs

From K-Cup drawers to mini coffee stations, here's how you can store Keurig coffee pods

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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.

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.

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. Skinny Upright K-Cup Storage by Keurig

Utilize any empty space right next to the Keurig with this handy upright drawer made by Keurig that can hold up to 24 K-Cups.

6. Swing-Out Condiment and K-Cup Storage

Keep condiments and K-Cups hidden in this sleek three-level storage container.

6. Damage-Free Coffee PodWall Mount

Add some coffee pod love to your wall. It sticks with a damage-free adhesive.

7. 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.

8. 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.

9. 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.)

10. 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.

11. In-Drawer Coffee Pod Storage

Keep K-Cup pods organized inside drawers with a handy wood drawer organizer that they easily pop in and out of.

12. Handy Adhesive Foam Storage

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

13. 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.

14. 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.

15. 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 2017.

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 ways to store your Keurig coffee pods from K-Cup drawers to carousels to mini coffee stations.
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  1. September 21, 2017 at 12:50 pm — Reply

    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!

  2. April 24, 2015 at 6:54 am — Reply

    I like the pantry door idea.

  3. March 30, 2013 at 6:22 pm — Reply

    Great ideas! We just have them in a drawer.

    • Char M
      November 17, 2014 at 12:46 pm — Reply

      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

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