5 Items (You Didn’t Know You Needed) To Transform Your Fridge

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Did you know the average person opens their fridge 15-20 times a day? Such an odd statistic, but one that is rather interesting in regard to our relationship with food and the way we (quite literally) view it. Over the past couple of years I’ve been embracing more mindful practices when it comes food choices […]

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Did you know the average person opens their fridge 15-20 times a day? Such an odd statistic, but one that is rather interesting in regard to our relationship with food and the way we (quite literally) view it. Over the past couple of years I’ve been embracing more mindful practices when it comes food choices for myself and my family, but also, exactly how that food is being presented to us on the daily every time we open those fridge doors. It has truly been transformative in the way we eat, how we spend money on food, how we’ve reduced waste and especially how it has sparked joy (as Marie Kondo would say). Read on for a handful of ways you can transform your own fridge, so you’ll be #fridgegoals when you’re popping those doors open hundreds of times each month.

(Feature Image) Photography: Joyelle West | Styling: Justine Hand and Kaylei McGaw | Feature: Remodelista

Linen Bowl Covers

These linen bowl covers may be on the pricier side, but aren’t they the most darling?! Not to mention, they’ll help you practice zero waste in style. I also love that these can be used to cover bowls of food for outdoor gatherings to keep pests away.

Weck Juice Jars

We have these ones with these wood lids. Perfect if you love juicing, or if you want to transfer out of store-bought containers. I love that these can go fridge-to-table for stylish serving as well.

Bee’s Wrap

A sustainable and natural alternative to plastic wrap, these Bee’s wraps are perfect for wrapping up cheese, fruit, vegetables, and bread or covering up bowls of leftovers.

Clear Glass Storage

This set was one of my first purchases in my fridge transformation process and I loveee them. They are such good quality and the perfect variety of sizes. Being able to see our food very clearly (rather than storing it in distracting colored or cloudy-clear containers) has been so helpful in reminding us what leftovers we need to eat before they spoil, or what extra ingredients we have on hand to use.

Egg & Berry Baskets

When I purchased our first ceramic egg basket years ago, my husband thought it was a bit silly and totally for looks. And while it absolutely IS for looks, it’s also the little things—like being able to grab a couple eggs without opening the container. It completely sparks joy for me, especially since I eat eggs every single morning. They are adorable for berries on the counter as well, what’s better than that during the summer months?! Shop some favorite options below by clicking on the images.


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