Do you own a Keurig coffee maker? If so, you’ll be happy to know that there are clever Keurig K-Cup holder and storage solutions to keep you stylishly organized.

I’ve rounded up ideas that include everything from K-Cup drawers to mini coffee stations that can spruce up your kitchen, dorm, or break room at work.

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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.


2. Apothecary Glass Jars

This is a reminder that you don’t need dedicated pod storage. You can use your creativity to figure out how to organize and add a flourish to your kitchen. 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 the lid. It’s also a nice way to separate multiple flavors, and you’ll always know what your inventory is because, well, you can see your coffee pods.


This is one of Amazon’s best sellers, probably due to the price and convenience of having separate K-Cup holder drawers right below the Keurig coffee maker. I actually have it and it is a space saver.

They also make these storage drawers for Nespresso pods.


4. Metallic Keurig Storage Drawer

This is a gorgeous Keurig pod holder especially if you have stainless steel kitchen appliances to match with it. It holds up to 36 K-cup pods.


5. Peel and Stick Wall Caddy

Add some coffee pod love to your wall as decoration. This nifty peel-and-stick wall caddy stays in place with a damage-free 3M Command adhesive. It holds 28 pods and keeps your counter clutter-free.


6. Under Cabinet K-Cup Storage

It’s also possible to mount K-Cup storage underneath cabinets. This compact shelf swings up to stay neatly tucked under your cabinet. Pull it down to grab one of your favorite 24 K-Cups.

It’s easily installed in minutes with an adhesive.


7. Automatic K-Cup Dispenser

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

It can hold 42 K-Cups and the glass top is super easy to clean.


8. Stackable Keurig 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.

If you ever need to take your stash on the go or to another room for coffee and tea service, these are easy to transport.


This is actually our K-Cup storage method since we have the counter space near our coffee maker 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.

What kind of Keurig pod holder storage do you use?

See also: Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee

Katie Dillon is the managing editor of La Jolla Mom. She helps readers plan San Diego vacations through her hotel expertise (that stems from living in a Four Seasons hotel) and local connections. Readers have access to exclusive discounts on theme park tickets (like Disneyland and San Diego Zoo) and perks at luxury hotels worldwide through her. She also shares insider tips for visiting major cities worldwide, like Hong Kong, London, Paris, and Shanghai, that her family has either lived in or visits regularly (or both).

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5 Comments

    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!