How To Organize Water Bottles, Tea Boxes, and Drink Packets

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Are you looking for a way to organize water bottles, tea boxes, and drink packets? I was so frustrated that every time I reached for a travel cup, they all fell down like bowling pins! Sound familiar?

Are you looking for a way to organize water bottles, tea boxes, and drink packets? All you need is a few inexpensive items from the store.

I also didn’t like the clutter of all my tea boxes and packets. With just a few inexpensive supplies I will share how to organize your travel cups, tea, and drink mixes.

 These were our travel cups. They were a mess and were always getting knocked over no matter how many times I tried to organize them.

These were our travel cups and reusable water bottles. They were a mess and were always getting knocked over no matter how many times I tried to organize them. It was time for travel mugs and a water bottle organizer! We needed storage solutions that had easy access as we use these on a regular basis and something that worked with enough room for everyone. Something that held own water bottles and limited our water bottle collection. I was game to get my Marie Kondo on and organize our sports bottles, plastic cups, coffee cups, and reusable bottles

 I found these book bins at Walmart. They even hook together keeping them really solid.

I found these magazine holders at Walmart. They even hook together keeping them really solid.

 I gave each family member a bin.

I gave each family member a bin, which was the right size for all of us.

 Now everything stays in it's place.

Now everything stays in it’s place. This storage system works for us and was the best way to stop things from falling all over the place. What do you think of my water bottle storage hack? So much cheaper and a better solution than the Container Store. Do you have some water bottle storage ideas or a water bottle storage solution? Now onto more organization ideas.

This might work for other cups like sippy cups. You could also use a wine rack to organize water bottles too. You could place a door shoe organizer on your pantry door as a convenient organizer. It’s a simple solution to hold standard-sized bottles, water bottles of different size, taller bottles, and miscellaneous items to keep kitchen clutter at bay.

 Friends would come over and want tea, but what a pain to take out all the boxes...

Friends would come over and want tea, but what a pain to take out all the boxes…

 I got these bins at the Dollar Tree

I got these bins at the Dollar Tree

 I pulled everything out and got to work.

I pulled everything out and got to work.

 My top bin contained loose teas, box teas that aren't individually wrapped, sugar, and my tea steeper that I got for Christmas.

My top bin contained loose teas, box teas that aren’t individually wrapped, sugar, and my tea steeper that I got for Christmas.

 My bottom bin contained all the individual wrapped teas, immune drinks, & water flavor packets. As this dwindles down I'm planning on getting my hot chocolate packets in here as well - we were just extra stocked from Christmas.

My bottom bin contained all the individual wrapped teas, immune drinks, fitness drinks, & water flavor packets. As this dwindles down I’m planning on getting my hot chocolate packets in here as well – we were just extra stocked from Christmas.

 Now they stack on the shelf above the travel cups. When friends come over I just pull the trays out.

Now they stack on the shelf above the travel cups. When friends come over it’s an easy reach to pull the trays out. I have gained much satisfaction on how nice this looks now. It helps keep my kitchen countertops clear and I gained some available space with these DIYs too. This was the perfect solution for us.

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How To Organize Water Bottles, Tea Boxes, and Drink Packets

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Are you looking for a way to organize water bottles, tea boxes, and drink packets? All you need is a few inexpensive items from the store.

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22 Comments

  1. What a great idea – and so simple to pull off! I really like how you stored the travel cups. πŸ™‚

    -Lauren

    1. Thank you Lauren, I was so tired of them falling over every time I went to grab one πŸ™‚

  2. wow! great job! I need to do this with my coffee/tea cupboard. thank you for the tips and the inspiration. I’m going to tackle this over weekend.

    1. Thank you Linda and I’m so pleased you want to give it a try πŸ™‚

  3. Great idea! I love getting things organized. I did a couple of cupboards but need to do more. This inspires me to use more baskets. This is kind of what I did with my spice jars. I organized them by type of use (baking spices, etc.) and up labels in alphabetical order on the front of the baskets. It’s so much easier to find things now. πŸ™‚

    1. put labels in alphabetical order – not up labels..

      1. Oh Linda, I think we are a lot of alike πŸ™‚ I have my spices labeled too. I don’t have them alphabetized though, I would go through all the work and then my husband who likes to cook would get in there and mix it all up.

      2. My spices are divided between those that are generally used in sweet things and those generally used in savory things and then in alphabetical order. Works very well, especially since I’m the only one using them!

  4. Chas, this is a grand idea! I’ve been planning on organizing my drinks cupboard, and this is just the motivation I needed. There are just two of us, but I love that you have five baskets, one for each of you, for travel cups.

    1. Thank you Jean, it made me smile that we organize alike and that you are inspired from this post.

  5. Divide and conquer, it’s definitely the way to go. Don’t you just love using a cupboard or drawer once it is all organised like this. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you Julie and you are so right. I don’t dread finding things and I smile knowing I accomplished it. πŸ™‚

  6. I love the bins for the travel mugs. I need to do the same thing since we have quite the collection of travel mugs too. Thanks for sharing your organizing ideas on Merry Monday.

    1. Thank you Erlene, and I hope this idea helps you as much as it has helped me. Thanks for stopping by.

    1. Thank you Angie, and thanks for the invite to stop by – I surly will.

  7. Thanks so much for sharing at #Over the Moon. We look forward to seeing what you’ll share with us next week.

    1. Thank you for having a wonderful place for us to share ideas and thanks for stopping by.

    1. Thank you Bonnie and I hope that it helps you out as well. Thanks for stopping by.

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