Drew Barrymore Says Social Media Made Her Buy This Retro Pink Mini Fridge

published Aug 26, 2022
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If you frequently find yourself being swayed to hit “add to cart” upon seeing a gotta-have-it item or two on your social media feeds, you’re not alone. Even Drew Barrymore isn’t immune to the allure of a good Instagram shopping sesh, as evidenced by her latest “Little Yellow Book” offering titled “Social Media Made Me Buy It.”

In her post, the actress and talk show host shared some of the recent buys she’s scored after being inspired by the digital ethers, and there are plenty of must-have home items in her arsenal. Along with self-care essentials such as the Free People Daisy Pillar Candle ($32), the Five-Minute Journal ($29) for a little time to reflect (Barrymore is a longtime journaling devotee), and the ultra-chic white FlexiSpot All-In-One Workstation Bike ($410), Barrymore is apparently loving the kitschy Frigidaire pink retro mini fridge ($212), which won’t surprise anyone who’s familiar with her signature home style. (Remember her dearly departed whimsical pink kitchen?)

Shoppers can also snag the fridge in a bevy of other bold colors, such as blue, mint, red, black, or white. This adorable mini fridge/freezer combo unit would fit right at home in any small space, such as a bedroom or dorm room, as well as making a fun statement piece in larger spaces. Amazon reviewers love it for their classrooms, hair studios, “man caves,” offices, and more, though it’s unclear where Barrymore stores her pink version.

The mini fridge isn’t the only brightly-hued item on Barrymore’s list. She’s also a fan of the internet-famous Pink Stuff cleaning paste, which no doubt adds a bit of whimsy to the star’s cleaning routine and feels perfectly fitting to her signature sunny disposition.

This post originally appeared on Apartment Therapy. See it there: Drew Barrymore Says Social Media Made Her Buy This Kitschy Pink Mini Fridge