The Best Fridge Organizers You Can Buy Right Now

updated Jan 26, 2023
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Raise your hand if you’re currently happy that your refrigerator has a door to conceal your shelves and crisper drawers? How did these spaces get so messy?! Blame it on the upcoming feast you’re planning, or just, you know, life. The point is, this space can get away from the best of us. We throw our delivered groceries in while we quickly unload a haul, we shove dinner leftovers in so that we can hunker down and see what’s new on Netflix, and we don’t always look around to see what we have before we go shopping.

Sounds like we could all use some fridge organizers! Below, you’ll find some of the smartest options out there that’ll really help to transform your space. Take a look, do some shopping, and you just may end up wishing you had one of those fridges with the fancy see-through glass doors.

Do you have any fridge organizers that you swear by? Tell us about them in the comments below!

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The Container Store

If yours is a household that goes through a lot of LaCroix (or any other drinks in cans), this organizer will make a world of difference. You can line up cans inside and even on top and you won't have to deal with avalanches every time you grab one.

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Yamazaki Home

When we talk about fridge organization, we're not just talking about the inside. Put too much on the outside, and your whole kitchen ends up looking cluttered. Opt for this good-looking magnetic rack instead, and it'll corral all sorts of stuff — a roll of paper towels, linens, frequently used spices, etc. — in one neat, organized, and stylish grouping.

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Uncommon Goods

We're big fans of hanging things from the ceiling — in the kitchen and in the fridge. These magnetic strips use peel-and-stick adhesive to affix to the roof of your fridge. Once installed, just use the magnets to hold up bottles of beer or soda. With them up and out of the way, you'll free up a decent amount of space.

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Rarely will you find an organizer roundup on this site that doesn't feature a turntable They're just so great for seeing and accessing little bottles and jars! We especially love this lazy Susan because it has a non-skid base that keeps everything from falling.

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was $21.99

Storing wine bottles in the fridge can be tough: Put them on the door and the necks might hit the shelves, lay them down on a shelf and they roll around whenever you take something else out. These plastic holders stack and solve both of those issues. Now you can chill a bottle of white and rosé at the same time without all the frustration.

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was $41.99

You can buy most of these bins separately, but what good does it do you to have one-eighth of one shelf organized if the rest is chaos? Get this set, and you'll be able to tame every single section.