The Home Edit Storage

 


Sometimes, getting started is the hardest part of getting organized. So the Home Edit created started kits. After Thanksgiving leftovers, holiday get-togethers, and dinners I think we all would like to have our refrigerators to look like this. I know I waste less when my refrigerator and pantry are organized.




The Container Store  |  HERE

Whether used on their own or with The Home Edit All-Purpose Bin, these organizers let you effortlessly customize cabinet and pantry storage. Their straight sides fit perfectly inside larger bins or sit neatly beside each other to make the most of shelf space. They're completely clear so contents are always visible. Each bin organizer is also extremely durable, with a clean look that's perfect for a clutter-free kitchen.

The Container Store  |  All Purpose Bin  |  HERE



This sleek pull-out storage drawer can be the secret to effortless refrigerator organization. Perfectly modular to make the most of shelf space, it's completely clear so contents are always viewable. A removable divider lets you sort small jars, snacks, fruit cups, individual yogurts and more. Integrated handles make it easy to grab and go. Each bin is also extremely durable and stacks securely with The Home Edit Small Fridge Bin, Egg Bin or Produce Bin. Ideal for use in both refrigerator and freezer.

The Container Store  |  Divided Fridge Drawer  |  HERE









Whether used with The Home Edit Organizers and Bins, or on their own, these adhesive labels help keep everything in its place. Featuring Clea's elegant handwriting, these labels are both easy to read and easy to use. Simply peel and stick to add instant style to any container.






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