Turn Mugs Into Art
This blogger’s coffee cup collection doubles as colorful wall art, punching up a plain wall in her mostly-neutral space.
Add Underbelly Hooks
When you stack your mugs, you’re basically asking for them to topple over and break. Add hooks to the bottom of a cabinet shelf to make it easier to grab cups in the morning.
Embrace Open Shelving
When you combine a floating shelf with a silver rail and S-hooks, you have a coffee station that feels almost like a brand-new piece of furniture.
Add Extra Height
A free-standing shelf creates bonus cabinetry space. Stash your favorite beans or mix-ins (like sugar and cinnamon) underneath, that way all coffee essentials are within arm’s reach.
Use Spare Walls
If you have an unused corner in your kitchen, you have what it takes to create a stylish and functional coffee nook. Mugs and baskets full of K-cups find a home on these savvy rails and hooks.
Creating visually-pleasing storage doesn’t have to be complicated. All you need is a piece of wood and some nails to create a pretty organizer that takes full advantage of tall walls.
Use a Cart
A cart with wheels makes it easy to move your coffee station as needed. Keep it in your kitchen for everyday use, then wheel it to the dining room for dessert at dinner parties.
Rotate Your Mugs
This is like a Lazy Susan on steroids (you’ll notice it hastwo levels) – it ensures your clean cups are always front and center when you need ’em.
Install a Pegboard
The best thing about pegboard organization is you can rearrange your holder when the look starts to get boring. Here, mugs are hung in a straight row, but it can easily be updated if you decide you want a more laid-back style.
Try a Wire Basket
This tiered container takes coffee organization to the next level — it features a second basket to hold K-cups and creamers with your go-to mugs.