Refrigerator Organization Tips

       If you've ever thought about organizing your refrigerator using inexpensive bins... I say do it! 


Refrigerator Organization Tips. Homeroad.net


When you click on the bold Amazon affiliate links you will be taken to the products I use for this project. If you order it does not change the price or service at all. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. 

I bought inexpensive, shallow, plastic bins to hold and organize the food in my refrigerator. 

My fridge is usually a mess and things in the back are hard to reach. 

Things get dumped, tipped over and just plain lost.

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I found out quickly that adding just a few plastic bins can make all the difference. 

These bins pull out easily and everything inside is easy to reach.

All those random small containers can be kept together and standing upright.

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Add one or two in the crisper drawers to keep smaller items separated. 

Refrigerator organization containers. Homeroad.net

Small bins cut down on shelf cleaning because they can be wiped out in a jiffy. 

All those partial bags of salad and cheeses are easily corralled into a pull out tray for easy access. 

Organize the refrigerator with organization containers. Homeroad.net

I put the tiny amount of leftover milk into a small pitcher for coffee which saves on space. 

How to use refrigerator organization bins. Homeroad.net

Small bowls and containers hold hard boiled eggs and those messy garlic cloves that get all over the place. 

Inexpensive refrigerator organization ideas. Homeroad.net

The key to keeping our refrigerator organized 
is making use of all kinds of organizers.


Before you go, read about 
my favorite under sink organizer!

And a few more of my favorite 
DIY Kitchen Hacks

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

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  1. Where diddid you find those bins?

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    1. HI Shirley, You can order them above from the amazon links or by clicking on the blue links in the story. I found these at my local CVS store.

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  2. I love the trays you got at CVS? I didn't see them online at CVS, so I hope our store has them. Love the blue-green color and the shape of them. Is there a brand name for them, or maybe the brand is exclusive to CVS. Anyway, great post. My fridge needs some organization!

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    1. Thank you Ann! They were in the section where they have dollar or 3 dollar items... I think I paid $3 each for these but I also had CVS bucks so I got a couple for free. I hope you find them, if not there are some links within this post that have some other ideas or search in Amazon. Good luck!

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    2. Thank you, Susan! We have a couple of CVS stores in our town, so I will check. Sounds like a great price.

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    3. Our CVS stores are kind of pathetic. I went to the one closest to me, and then called around to the others. The one store told me that the $3 items are a spring display, and they don't have that display yet.....does that sound right? I figured it was kinda like the Target Dollar Spot, and there all the time. Of course I want those blue ones...love the shape of them. I don't want the Amazon ones. Hopefully when I visit my daughter out of state later this month, I can find a CFS that has them. Why am I soooo particular, ha!!!

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