Last updated on February 19th, 2022
Refrigerator space is premium space! And you always find yourself running short of it, no matter how big your latest fridge is. And let’s be honest, sometimes the solution isn’t buying a different fridge, but to use the existing one more creatively.
Let’s look at 7 ways to make your existing refrigerator feel twice as spacious, and we assure you, you’ll not think of spending a fortune on a bigger one for years to come!
1. Store eggs in a basket
Store eggs in a wire basket. They occupy less space this way than when they’re kept in the regular storage provided for eggs.
2. Get under-the-rack shelves
Double the storage space in your fridge by getting a few under-the-rack shelves. Wondering where to get them? Online!
3. Hang bottles off a magnetic strip
Here’s a fantastic way to make space for all your glass bottles! Just hang them to the roof of the refrigerator with a magnetic strip and make more room in your refrigerator. How cool is that?
4. Use binder clips to store plastic bags
Binder clips can be a boon! Use them to store all the open plastic bags. Neat, isn’t it?
5. Stack bottles using binder clips
Just attach a couple of binder clips to the refrigerator shelf to stack all your bottles, and you’ll not have them rolling down every time something is moved.
6. Store ketchup and similar bottles in egg cartons
Use an empty egg carton to store the bottles of mustard, ketchup, and all your different sauces, upside down. This way, you will save a lot of space in the shelves on the door and find your sauces all in one place.
7. Store veggies in a wooden crate
If all your vegetables don’t fit into the vegetable section, instead of keeping them all over, use a small wooden crate to keep them all organized and easy to locate. This also creates more space for you to store other things.
Happy living, folks!