Today I am sharing an organization refrigerator makeover that is so easy and doesn’t take a lot of time. With the right storage containers, you can have your refrigerator organized in no time.
How do I keep my fridge clean and organized?
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Our refrigerator prior was a mess. Kids drinks, snacks and a variety of food were items strewn everywhere.
Here is the refrigerator before.
I removed “everything” from the refrigerator, washed the walls, the shelves and drawers and oh my, it felt good to clean this thing!
First, dispose of all expired food and condiments and start fresh.
I used plastic storage pull out bins for the juice boxes, jello, pudding and other smaller snacks.
Tip: dispose of the cardboard boxes that the food comes in (yogurts ect.) prior to putting in your refrigerator.
What is the best way to organize a refrigerator?
The pull out bins (click here) are perfect for deep narrow cabinets or a refrigerator. The are 16″ inches long and fit nicely tucked next to each other.
These pull out bins are also a little bigger and great for storing fruit or soda cans.
They 5.75″ wide plastic pull out bins are perfect for a kitchen Pantry, a cabinet, refrigerator, freezer food storage and so convenient with handles. I personally think they are great organizing bins for fruit, vegetables, yogurt, snacks or even pasta.
I love that the smaller snack items are corralled in one spot and stay in one spot!
These plastic pull out bins have a nice grab handle opening making it easy to remove the bin from the refrigerator.
Here is another shot of the refrigerator before.
One of the biggest problems we had was the soda boxes being stacked on top of each other.
I love the soda organizer.
This stackable beverage organizer would also be perfect for cans of beer.
Having two containers (I love these) for fruit is ideal because it’s so easy now for my son to pull out the bin and get his own snack. This size food container fits lots of different food items and comes in a pack of 6 for under $25 so that’s a great deal!
I have this lazy susan in my pantry closet but it also would be great in a refrigerator for salad dressing storage!
My Favorite Refrigerator Organization Containers
The Organization Refrigerator Makeover project was easy and only took a couple hours.
It was amazing how much room was gained in the refrigerator by disposing of expired salad dressings and other condiments.
There is now room on the door for juices and other items.
I absolutely LOVE how our “organization refrigerator makeover project” came out and I highly recommend removing everything and starting fresh with storage containers.
You won’t regret the hour or two it takes to get it organized. If you are feeling ambitious, check out my DIY cell phone charging station for a kitchen counter (I converted a bread box!) and my top kitchen organization ideas.
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