5 Tips to Organize your Fridge & Cabinets
Did you know the average person opens their refrigerator and kitchen cabinets 15 to 20 times a day? Having these areas in order will go a long way to creating a clutter-free kitchen that is a pleasure to relax in.
Use Clear Bins
Clear bins, like our Linus Binz, come in a variety of shapes and sizes for corralling everything from dry goods and sauce packets in the pantry to eggs and condiments in the refrigerator. Not only do they look great, but their clarity also helps you keep stock of what you have. Look for ones with cut-out or integrated handles for easy access. Then make it a habit to put the bins back in the same places in your pantry or refrigerator speed prep time.
Group Like Items Together
Whether you’re using bins for the pantry or for the refrigerator, you’ll want to group items you use together (like baking supplies) and like items (like juice boxes or jams and jellies) together. You’ll be amazed at how fast you can get a meal together when you don’t have to hunt for ingredients.
Stack And Store
Storage containers that are designed to be stacked are a great way to make use of all the space in your refrigerator. For example, our Fridge Binz Egg Holder features a sturdy lid so you can stack something on top, something you wouldn’t want to do with eggs in their original carton. Also, take full advantage of adjustable shelves and drawers.
Divide And Conquer
Make the most of the vertical space in your upper cabinets with cabinet shelves. These create different elevations in your cabinets and give you easy access to dinnerware.
Pull Out All The Stops
Low and behold! Smart, pull-out solutions add a custom look and bring pots, pans, lids and small appliances front and center. No more bending over or shuffling heavy pots to find what you’re looking for.