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Published on January 24th, 2014 | by Kitty


Ribba K-Cup Hanger

End Result close-up

I recently bought the Keurig coffee maker, I love to display the K-Cups variety that I have, but because of the lack of counter space, I have to hack my own K-Cup holder. And the Ikea Ribba frame seems to fit the “depth” of a K-Cup.

components Cut out frame Back of hanger End Result

So here is what I did:

1.Dissembled the Ribba Frame
2. Use the Glass to measure the “square” on a thick carton paper.
3. Cut holes as many as you want as long as it fit in the square and leaving enough room between the holes for support – I manage to do 16 holes, and of course you can cut less and make it an interesting pattern.
4. The other component that you will need from the Ribba frame is only the wooden square that holds the carton paper in place. All other component, you can use it somewhere else or throw it away. (The frame doesn’t have a closed back. Because it will be too thick to fit a k-cup otherwise)
5. Attach/fasten a hook on the Ribba Frame.
6. Fasten everything and you are done, now hang on the wall and enjoy.

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5 Responses to Ribba K-Cup Hanger

  1. Enthousiastic Ed Enthousiastic Ed says:

    I like it. If you mount a led bar behind it, you’d see a light in every empty K-cup hole.

  2. FL Mom says:

    Clever! You could hang as many or few frames as you wanted. As for the backing (or lack thereof), anyone who wants could add a thin fabric or print something on paper. It could be a design aligned with each hole that would appear as the cups get used up. It could also be easily changed for seasons, redecorating, or whatever. Just stick it to the back of the frame with double-sided tape (keeping the hanging device accessible of course).

  3. Kitty says:

    It won’t maybe I should’ve included a picture of how it looks without the K-Cups. You actually only see a “hole” then the colour of the wall.

  4. Emma (Second Hand Home) says:

    Doesn’t it look messy every time you take one out?

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