3 Creative Ways to Store Coffee
If you’ve been following me on Mom Spark for the last few years, you already know how much I love coffee. I mean, it’s listed in most of my social network profile bios. That’s pretty serious.
Coffee is life. Coffee is fuel. Coffee is inspiration.
Since coffee is such a huge part of my daily life, I love having it easily accessible around my kitchen. I thought it would be neat to create ways to store coffee with containers you may not typically use for coffee. I had a fun time putting these ideas together!
Okay, let’s get started!
So, I filled this glass carafe (that includes a lid) with whole beans and it turned out to be a beautiful piece of decor as well as functional.
Now, when I need to grind beans for my morning coffee, I simply pour what I need into a grinder and place the lid back on! I love it.
I know this glass jewelry organizer seems like an odd choice for coffee storage, but hear me out! Since each bowl is separated, it’s perfect for organizing different ground types.
- coarse grounds – for French press coffee
- regular grounds – for regular coffee
- fine grounds – for espresso shots
I drink all types of coffee each morning and afternoon, depending on my mood, so this is perfect for me! I also placed some fun labels on each to easily find the grounds I need. You could also fill each container with decaffeinated coffee, regular coffee, coffee beans or creamers. Anything you use for coffee making, really!
This glass candy jar made the perfect vessel for holding my Keurig K-cups! It’s easy to fill up and take out, not to mention a beautiful way to display K-cups. It’s such a simple idea, but so smart.
I hope you enjoyed these ideas as much as I did putting them together!
Who is ready for a hot cup of coffee now? I am, that’s who. 🙂