9 Genius Ideas to Keep Your Fridge Organized

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Keep your fridge organized with these nine genius items.

When it comes to a clean kitchen, it all starts with your fridge. That's why it's essential to keep your high-tech ice box organized and spotless. Here are eight ideas to get it done right.

  1. Can It

    canning jars
    Photo by Sur La Table
    We’re so over using plastics in the kitchen. Opt for glass when storing leftovers, dry goods, or freshly made pickles in these classic canning jars. Trust us, once you try them, it’ll be bye-bye plastic containers.

    Bormioli Rocco canning jars, $24 for set of three, SurLaTable.com
  2. Cork It

    humble ceramics canisters
    Photo by General Store
    These handmade ceramic canisters will be sitting pretty in your fridge while keeping dry goods fresh. We think they’d be perfect for holding your supply of chia or flax seeds.

    Humble Ceramics cork canister, from $45, Shop-GeneralStore.com
  3. The Deep Freeze

    lg fridge
    Photo by LG
    With French doors that are smudge resistant, this black stainless steel fridge will have your kitchen looking its best day in and day out. But its four-door system will also keep your chilled items always organized. Why? Maximum shelf space and its Customchill drawer, which can operate at fridge or freezer temps, give you extra flexibility (and room) for whatever you need.

    LG Black Stainless Steel 23 CU.FT. French door refrigerator with Customchill drawer, $4,100, LG.com
  4. Pitch Perfect

    ikea glass pitcher
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    Suitable for both hot and cold drinks, this cork-topped glass pitcher is just right for storing infused waters in your fridge.

    Ikea +365 pitcher, $7, Ikea.com
  5. Freeze Frame

    ice cube tray
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    Keep ice odor free with a tray that comes with a lid, so smelly ice (and contaminated drinks) will be a thing of the past.

    Joie ice cube tray with lid, $6, CrateandBarrel.com
  6. Fresh Mix

    produce keeper
    Photo by OXO
    This little BPA-free container keeps your fruits and veggies as fresh as the day you bought them with carbon filters that maintain the perfect level of humidity. Not only does this help you save on your grocery bill, it also keeps your produce drawers in tip-top shape.

    OXO 4.3 qt Greensaver produce keeper, $20, OXO.com
  7. Rack ’Em

    terra cotta egg rack
    Photo by Kaufmann Mercantile
    When it comes to keeping your eggs in one basket, we think this terra-cotta storage unit is tops. Handmade in England, the rack holds one dozen eggs and keeps them safe in the most stylish way.

    Kaufman Mercantile Full Dozen Terracotta egg rack, $25, Kaufman-Mercantile.com
  8. Can It

    canning jar
    Photo by Sur La Table
    We’re so over using plastics in the kitchen. Opt for glass when storing leftovers, dry goods, or freshly made pickles in these classic canning jars. Trust us, once you try them, it’ll be bye-bye plastic containers.

    Bormioli Rocco canning jars, $24 for set of three, SurLaTable.com
  9. Fine Herbs

    herb keeper
    Photo by Bed Bath & Beyond
    Keep herbs fresher, longer with this little capsule that hydrates greens, so you can add fresh rosemary, mint and thyme to every dish. And it tucks out of the way right on the refrigerator door shelf.

    Cuisipro herb keeper, $23, BedBathandBeyond.com
  10. The Cubism Kind

    microplane cube grater
    Photo by Microplane
    Obsessed with grated parmesan cheese on just about everything? So are we. This cube grater does the job of three gadgets, plus, it’ll store leftovers.

    Microplane 3-in-1 cube grater, $20, Amazon.com