Coffee pod storage... with a crate and a deep fryer basket


After visiting Susan's kitchen on HomeTalk at: http://www.hometalk.com/469857/i-m-dreaming-of-a-white-kitchen-not, (Susan wanted to know how to warm up an all white kitchen. ) I immediately thought of this little project. Come on over and chime in your own ideas!
Bringing woodsy accessories and plants into an otherwise blank slate can really warm things up. Here's a simple fix on how I ended up storing 'all those coffee pods'. And all it took was a crate and a deep fryer basket. :)



I love repurposed things, so creating a little coffee station out of a crate and deep fryer basket really junked things up.. and made them prettier too! http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2012/04/coffee-pod-storage-with-crate-and.html
I love repurposed things, so creating a little coffee station out of a crate and deep fryer basket really junked things up.. and made them prettier too! http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2012/04/coffee-pod-storage-with-crate-and.html
Seriously, this is the most productive little coffee station I've had yet. And all it took was a crate and a deep fryer basket to pull off.
Seriously, this is the most productive little coffee station I've had yet. And all it took was a crate and a deep fryer basket to pull off.
The create became a rustic shelf of sorts and the basket was the perfect place to grab a new pod at coffee time. I love that you can also see the coffee labels as well. Simple, easy and warm! :)
The create became a rustic shelf of sorts and the basket was the perfect place to grab a new pod at coffee time. I love that you can also see the coffee labels as well. Simple, easy and warm! :)
Funky Junk Interiors - Donna

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  • Sandy
    on May 15, 2015

    Good recycle, nice

  • Peb1737742
    on May 27, 2015

    I like the basket idea for those K-cup, we all know how the boxes alone take up to much space, and we never can be sure how many are left.

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