Getting–and keeping–your refrigerator organized is a snap with these Dollar Store hacks. Oh, and did I mention super, super cheap, too?
Are things disappearing inside your refrigerator? Is there a weird smell coming from waaaay in the back? Then when you do find what’s causing the stink, it not recognizable… but it’s probably that package of food you were missing.
Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Organizing the inside of the refrigerator is one of the most looked of how-to on the Internet. But it’s easy to fix with a few bins or storage containers from a dollar store. I’ve found some savvy ladies–and gents–who have done just that. Want to see?
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This Post Contains...
- 1. How to Organize a Refrigerator with Dollar Store Bins
- 2. Another Refrigerator Makeover with Dollar Store Bins
- 3. Watch This Video of a Refrigerator Clean Out & Organization with Dollar Tree Bin
- 4. More Organizing the Fridge for Even Less Money
- 5. Use Jars & Clips to Get Some Organization Inside the Refrigerator
- 6. Organize an Upright Freeze, Too
- 7. Organize a Chest Freeze with Colorful Dollar Store Bins
- 8. Organizing the Outside of a Refrigerator
- 9. Let’s Not Forget to Organize the Refrigerator Tops
1. How to Organize a Refrigerator with Dollar Store Bins
You can always find plastic baskets at the Dollar Store and in this season’s most popular colors (don’t you just love this turquoise?). There a variety of size, too, that’ll you organize everything in your refrigerator. I like to add a tag (or just write on the bin with a Sharpie) what’s in the bin in big, bold lettering to help the family (and me) know what in them.
2. Another Refrigerator Makeover with Dollar Store Bins
This refrigerator makeover is pared down with just what’s needed. I love how she’s not only used dollar store bins to organize the refrigerator but also that she took out an extra (unneeded) shelf to accommodate the jug of cold water. Also, luv that mix of colors on the bins.
3. Watch This Video of a Refrigerator Clean Out & Organization with Dollar Tree Bin
So pretty. The bins are great, of course (& have you noticed a turquoise theme here… it wasn’t planned, promise). I like the idea of lining the shelves, too. Oh, and did I mention… she did this for $10! Wow! Source: Modern Day Homemaking
4. More Organizing the Fridge for Even Less Money
This mom only spent $5 on her Dollar Tree bins and easily find lots more storage and organization for her refrigerator.
5. Use Jars & Clips to Get Some Organization Inside the Refrigerator
Plastic bins aren’t the only storage containers you can get from the dollar store to organize the fridge. Think outside the box–or maybe that’s inside the jar. You’ll find lots of glass containers to use that will fit into the door shelves. Clear glass also lets you see what’s inside.
I also love using springy paper clips to keep small bags closed. They are my go-to closer-uppers these days.
6. Organize an Upright Freeze, Too
It’s not just refrigerators and you can get organized with Dollar Store find. Check out Thea’s freezer. It’s fabulous. The downside (for me) is that so pretty and inside that, I might find myself open it way too many times for a peek and uses too much electricity!
7. Organize a Chest Freeze with Colorful Dollar Store Bins
Organizing with small bins is great for a chest freezer, too. And if you use the method Jessi at Practically Functional uses, you’ll never loose food in one of the deep caverns.
8. Organizing the Outside of a Refrigerator
9. Let’s Not Forget to Organize the Refrigerator Tops
Make sure to grab some big baskets (or bins) to for the top of your refrigerator. I got some organization going on my refrigerator top with a couple of baskets. I even upped the organization with some printable tags. It’s a great way to take advantage of wasted space.
BTW, If you see any spider webs or dirt, please ignore cause…
I hope you’ve found some inspiration to organize your refrigerator the dollar store way.
Make it a great day,