I love my coffee!
And as all owners of pod coffee makers well know, you need coffee pod storage. I wasn’t too happy with the standard market fare, so I set out to devise my own. All it took was a little wooden crate and a deep fryer basket.
I actually got the basket idea from Miss Mustard Seed. She used one in her bathroom HERE. Who knew these would be such a desirable thing?
And here’s my new little setup!
It’s perfect! All I need is in this one little spot that barely takes any room. The pods are identifiable, and there’s a spot for the spoons and the sugar too. Oh right… the sugar is in the creamer.
This is the world’s best kept secret. A creamer like this really ought to hold sugar. I LOVE this piece. You never have to fiddle with the on / off lid thing and it’s got that industrial bling I love so much.
Add a little potted flower, and it’s as cute and functional as ever.
If the pictures look a little funky today, please excuse my earning curve. I’m practicing shooting in r. a. w. mode (spelled weird because it was bringing weird traffic to the blog) and using a trial version of Lightroom and I have no idea what I’m doing. Yet. (r. a. w. offers better quality, maintains photo quality forever and you don’t have to worry about white balance issues)
VERY cool program though. It came highly recommended from a few photographer friends (it’s easier than Photoshop but part of the family) and I highly recommend you download the trial and give it a whirl.
What creative ways have you come up with to store coffee pods?