Last Updated on October 21, 2020
2. Lazy Susan in the fridge? Yes!
For all of those containers and jars that get lost in the back of the fridge, consider using a small lazy susan or two for easy access to all of your condiments and such. A stackable lazy susan is even better for tall shelves to help use up all of that empty air space. I have two of them in my refrigerator! I'm not really sure how I survived without them before.
3. Upside Down Squeeze Bottles
Store your squeeze bottles upside down in an egg carton to not only make them squeeze with ease, but to also keep them from sliding around and falling over in the refrigerator door. Check out more details here.
4. DIY Magnetic Storage Bins
Just by trimming adhesive magnetic sheets to fit on the bottom of small plastic storage containers, you can store things like nuts, seeds and herbs up and off of the valuable shelf space in your refrigerator. Check out all of the details over at Tatertots & Jello! You would certainly have to hand wash these containers, so I wouldn't store anything messy or that gets replaced a lot.