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8 Must-Have Storage Accessories for a Perfectly Organized Fridge

Clear storage holds fruits, condiments, and cans.

You’ve probably seen photos of color-coded, perfectly organized refrigerators on social media . . . and giggled. However, if decluttering or eating healthier is one of your goals this year, your fridge is the perfect place to start, and these handy organization accessories can help.

Anyone looking to eat healthier or just get things more organized this year can benefit from some new fridge storage. From stackable bins to additional drawers, there’s a solution to keep any type of food or beverage visible and easy to grab. If you need some inspiration to get your cold food storage in tip-top shape, here are some must-haves.

Containers for Leftovers and Meal Prep

Containers hold fruits and vegetables.

What you had for dinner often makes the perfect lunch the next day. That’s why most of us store leftovers in the fridge. The key to keeping last night’s dinner or meals preps fresh is storing them in airtight containers, like this set from LocknLock.

These 10 lockable containers are all leak-proof. You also get two of each size: 68-, 41-, 25-, 14-, and 6-ounce. They’re perfect to take to work or school because they’re microwave-safe. Then, when you get home, just toss your container in the dishwasher. Done!

LocknLock Easy Essentials Food Storage

Keep those leftovers and prepped meals fresh.

A Clear Egg Container

A container holds eggs.
Totally Kitchen

You might not know this, but eggs should be stored on an interior shelf in your fridge in a container with a secure lid. Of course, you can just leave them in the carton they came in. However, if keeping your fridge looking chic will help you meet your goals, or just make you happier, this 14-egg container is for you.

The lid on this container will ensure your eggs stay fresh for as long as possible. Plus, because it’s clear, you’ll easily be able to see when it’s time to add another dozen to your grocery list.

Totally Kitchen Plastic Egg Holder

The secure lid will keep your eggs fresh for as long as possible.

A Soda Can Organizer

Cans are placed in acrylic bins.

Whether you’re a fan of La Croix or Diet Coke, those large 24-pack cardboard boxes can really disrupt your organizational vibe. To get those cans in order and looking a bit more attractive, snag yourself a set of soda can organizers.

They’re perfectly sized to hold nine, 12-ounce cans each. And, again, thanks to their clear, acrylic construction, you’ll be able to see exactly which beverage you’re running low on. Unlike other can organizers, these also have lids, so you can stack other items on top of them and utilize all available space.

Sorbus Soda Can Organizer

Say goodbye to those ugly cardboard boxes.

A Condiment Turntable

A turntable is placed in a fridge.

If you can never find the ketchup or mayo when you need it, a fridge turntable is the perfect condiment organization accessory. The simple design features a 10.8-inch diameter, so there’s plenty of room for multiple bottles.

The flat bottom has no-slip grips, and the platter rotates a full 360 degrees, for easy access to all your toppings and goodies. You can also get it with a detachable mat for easier cleaning.

YouCopia FridgeView Fridge Turntable

So you'll always be able to quickly grab some ketchup for your fries.

Extra Drawers

Fruit is organized in fridge drawers.

If your refrigerator already has multiple shelves, but you struggle to keep them organized, skip the bins and get some extra drawers instead. This two-pack can be used as large compartments, or they can be divided into four sections using the included removable divider.

You’ll need to measure the depth of your fridge to make sure they’ll fit—each drawer is 11.8 x 7.4 x 3 inches. To use them, just attach the frames under a shelf in your fridge, and then insert the drawers, and that’s it! You now have a new place to store everything from deli meats to veggies.

Wine Holders

Wine bottles sit in a clear organizer.

If you normally store wine in your fridge door, it can be difficult to keep it chilled if lots of people are constantly opening the door. That’s where a wine organizer comes in!

This two-bottle organizer from mDesign will keep your wine in place—no more rolling or sliding around on shelves. Place these on an interior shelf, and your vino will always be perfectly chilled so you can enjoy a nice, cold glass whenever you want.

mDesign Plastic Free-Standing Wine Set

Keep those bottles of wine secure and perfectly chilled.


Vegetables sit inside clear storage.

While storage bins are a popular fridge organization tool, they can also take up quite a bit of space. That’s why stackables, like these from elabo, are a great alternative.

This set includes two medium (5.6 x 5.6 x 4.6 inches) and one large (12.4 x 6.4 x 5.7 inches) container with sealing lids. Once those are on, you can stack additional containers, bins, or packages of food on top to create even more space in your refrigerator.

elabo Food Storage Containers

Keep foods fresh, while also creating more shelf space.

Drawer Organizers

Drawer organizers hold cosmetics.

These plastic desk drawer organizers can also be used in fridge drawers to keep smaller items, like yogurt, cheese sticks, or individual dips, organized and secure. You can also use them in the door to group condiments and other items together.

This nine-piece set includes bins in four different sizes, perfect for holding everything from packs of cheese and deli meats, to dips and jars.

Kootek 9 Pcs Desk Drawer Organizer Trays

Keep smaller items in place and easy to find.

If eating healthier or getting organized are on your to-do list this year, your fridge can help you do both! It’ll be much easier to grab those veggies if you can easily find them, and any of these organizational bins, drawers, and containers are the perfect way to get started.

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Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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