Refrigerator Organization Containers
The containers I used to organize my fridge, maximize space, and make it even more beautiful and inviting to see. It brings me so much joy!
I love cooking. I love organizing. I love tidiness. I love nourishing produce.
So you can imagine the amount of joy my newly organized fridge brings me. I got a few organization containers to make our counter depth Bosch refrigerator (<- link to the exact one we have) even more accessible. I love it more than I can say.
If you’re new here, I have tons of other kitchen organization favorites, I share them all here!
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Refrigerator Video Tour
Note: You can also watch this video on YouTube.
Divided Fruit Drawers
I got a case of 8 of these divided drawers and I am obsessed with them. They hold all my fruit (organized in rainbow color of course!), and really maximize the space. The drawers easily and securely stack on top of each other, and perfectly fill 1 row of my fridge. My fridge is counter depth, as are these drawers.
The best part is the drawers pull completely out, making it so easy to access the fruit (and not having everything topple over like Jenga)
The drawers have a center divide if you want to do 2 separate fruits. Or, you can pull the center divide out and have it be 1 big drawer.
Containers for Pull Out Produce Drawer
- three of the 6x6x6 size (currently holding the iceberg lettuce, mushroom and brussels sprouts)
- four of the 4x10x6 size (currently holding celery, carrots, zucchini + cucumbers)
- two of the 8x8x6 size (currently holding broccoli + bell peppers)
I love the pull out produce drawer that our Bosch refrigerator has. It came with just 2 big dividers, but I wanted a way to make it even MORE organized.
I found these amazing containers that are meant for the pantry, but have been working just great for produce!
(Reminder: these are what worked best for my exact refrigerator, be sure to measure for yours!)
I highly recommend lining the bottom of the containers with dry paper towels. This will absorb any excess moisture (the paper towels are always slightly damp by the end of the week from all the moisture they absorb). It will also allow your produce to stay fresh longer.
Bonus, it makes it so simple to clean out the containers each week, just swap out the paper towel for a new one!
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8 Comments on “Refrigerator Organization Containers”
Would you share a link to buy the pull out drawer containers please
Yes, they’re from Container Store!
hi! i have a question about the bins. do they help keep the produce fresher? how long do the berries stay good before they get mushy or moldy? really, i guess that question goes for nearly all of it, except for the stuff that gets peeled. thanks!
It lasts as long as it normally would in the fridge. It doesn’t extend the shelf life of the produce at all. But to help it a bit, I always put a dry paper towel at the bottom to absorb any moisture! I think that helps my berries last a full 5-7 days.
Thanks so much for sharing. I have the same refrigerator and love it but was looking for the best way to be more organized. Your tips and container ideas are amazing.
Isn’t it the best refrigerator? I am so glad to help you get more organized. It’s totally a game changer!
Hi! LOVE this! Quick question, do you wash your produce before putting in your containers?
If it looks dirty/gritty I do! Often when getting from the farmers market and it was produce that was taken out for eg ground the day before and still has dirt on it. But mostly no!
If you do, make sure your produce is completely dry before putting it in the refrigerator. Leave it on the counter on dish towels or paper towels to get all the way dry first!