Kris Jenner is all about getting it done. In the classic Kardashian style, she is perpetually on brand, meaning that even her refrigerator storage is perfect. Poosh shared images of Kris's immaculate fruit and vegetable storage, and we're still not over it.
The socialite has given us all the inspiration we could need for organizing the refrigerator with a technique that's simultaneously beautiful and highly functional.
'Kris's fridge is a legitimate work of art,' says organization expert and owner of Full Service Living, Julianna Melamed.' She continues: 'The colors, use of space, and product implementation are extraordinary. Not only is it visually stunning, but it is also masterfully laid out for optimal daily use.'
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Julianna Melamed is the founder of the home concierge company Full Service Living, located in New York City, which specializes in home organization, move management, and home project management.
Jennifer Ebert, the digital editor at Homes & Gardens, adds: 'Organizing a kitchen can feel like an overwhelming task, but starting with something smaller, like the refrigerator, is a way to get your space together in bite-sized pieces. Kris's design goes one step further for a stylish, color-coordinated design.'
Jen is the Editor (Digital) of Homes & Gardens. Before starting this position, she had completed various interior design courses at KLC Design School, as well as working across Ideal Home, LivingEtc, 25 Beautiful Homes and Country Homes & Interiors as an interiors writer.
Poosh reports that Kris keeps two fridges: one with fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs on display. The second fridge is organized with beverages, condiments, and other items. No matter the size of your kitchen storage space and whether you have two fridges or not, according to Julianna, you can follow Kris's lead with these three simple steps.
1.Buy high-quality glass food storage containers
First, Juliana says that high-quality storage containers, like glass ones, is essential to keeping your fridge, and the food in it, organized. She tells H&G: 'Your food will be better preserved (and last longer), you can use glass to reheat, and you can easily access everything in your fridge without having to take off the container to see what's inside.'
Don't forget to keep your Tupperware organized when they're not in use.
2.Organize items according to category.
Next, she recommends sorting your food based on type of food. 'For example, keep cheese all in one drawer/container, prepared food on the same shelf, drinks in the same section, etc,' Juliana explains. We see this in Kris Jenner's fridge, where broccoli is with broccoli, grapes are with grapes, and cabbage is with cabbage.
It's a simple technique that can help create more space in your fridge easily.
3. Measure your fridge before investing in organization products.
Finally, Juliana recommends avoiding a common refrigerator organizing mistake and planning. She states: 'While lazy susans and turntables are an awesome way to organize bottles and packets, they also tend to take up a lot of space. Make sure the products you're buying create more space, instead of less.'
Shop Kris's Organizational Tools
This bin is an easy way to add a bit of organization to your fridge. The clear plastic material makes it easy to see what's in your space.
These rectangular food storage containers make organization easy and affordable. Perfect for leftovers or helping fruit and vegetables to last.
Whether you are Kris Jenner or not, having an organized fridge is always a worthwhile pursuit. With some well placed organizational containers, any refrigerator can become a work of art.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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