Sure, the space may seem limited, but all you have to do is look at the best way to utilize that space in your tiny fridge. With these 11 brilliant hacks your tiny fridge will look more spacious comparing to a normal fridge size.
Here’s how you make a tiny fridge bigger: You don’t need magic or borderline-psychic Craigslist sense, you just need some clever hack-y solutions. Here are eleven tricks collected from Pinterest and across the web—each one hand-picked to make the most of your limited refrigerator and freezer space.
Use an Egg Carton as a Condiment Rack
Watch the video above from Alton Brown’s YouTube channel to watch the Good Eats guru make a brilliant connection: An empty egg carton is just the perfect thing to stash bottles of mustard and other condiments in the fridge door—it will store most bottles perfectly in upside-down harmony to ensure complete organization and maximum mustard.
Use a Lazy Susan to Reach the Back of the Fridge
If you find your food going bad before you even have a chance to eat it, the culprit might be visibility. If you can’t easily see and reach the food in the back of the fridge, you’re likely to let it go to waste. Never again! Drop a simple lazy susan on the shelf, just like you do in your cabinets, to better access all of your refrigerator.
Use Plastic Bins in Your Drawer Freezer
The refrigerator form has evolved over the years to include a wide, deep freezer drawer at the bottom—great for reaching into, but not so efficiently organized. Until now, that is. The solution? Basic plastic bins. Samantha from Simply Organized used these Container Store bins to give her freezer drawer a filing system—sorting breakfast foods, veggies and oven snacks into different containers.