Mrs Hinch shares bargain items that keep her fridge looking perfectly organised

Mrs Hinch is the undisputed Queen of all things home and fans are loving this latest tip from the house proud star.

The Instagram influencer shared the handy tool that she uses to keep her fridge tidy and followers are flocking to pick one up for themselves.

The 31-year-old uses a selection of different sized Perspex drawers to keep the space in order in the most practical way possible.

The containers that have the Hinch seal of approval have also been endorsed on the Netflix show Get Organized with The Home Edit.

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The mum of two shared the picture of the organised area on her Instagram account.

She said: "For those asking I do recommend buying @thehomeedit fridge drawers!

"They've definitely given me so much more room! I love being able to see what I have and prepping it ready!"

"Definitely recommend them guys (I bought mine in @johnlewis)."

The containers, which cost around £11 each, have also been featured on the Netflix organisation show Get Organized with The Home Edit.

All have excellent ratings on the John Lewis website, with customers leaving five-star reviews.

One wrote: “Good, strong container which looks expensive but is excellent value for money.”

Mrs Hinch's BFF Stacey Solomon also recently shared how she organises her kitchen fridge.

The Tap To Tidy author got to work on refilling the space which has labelled compartments so that everything has a place.

Making it super simple to identify what the family are running low on, the TV star has dedicated sections for each of the contents of her fridge.

There are clearly labelled areas for eggs, milk and cheese and a clever hanging space for her son’s zip lock snack bags.

Stacey explained that she found the handy bag holder online, recommending it to fans.

She wrote: “Found this little contraption on Amazon so I can reuse the pouches for kids fruit and veg – it can hold loads which is good for me as I always make too much.”

Writing alongside the video from her kitchen, Stacey explained that this is her ‘over flow’ fridge which she uses mainly to organise the contents of her boys’ school lunches.

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