Cleaning and organizing a residential refrigerator and freezer can be simple and only requires a process of one or two hours. The refrigerator shown needed a deep clean to remove sticky residues and food crumbs. All of the items in the refrigerator were removed and cleaned. Then the inside walls of the refrigerator were wiped clean. Once the refrigerator had been cleaned and emptied, the items were grouped on the counter space and then placed back in the refrigerator in a logical order. The eggs, tall adult beverages, and condiments have been stored on the door. The remaining drinks and taller containers are located on the first and third shelves. Some fruits and dips are stored on the second shelf. A first and second drawer holds butter, cheeses, and meats and the third drawer contains vegetables. The freezer stores the box foods on the top two shelves, the bagged vegetables in the drawer below, and bagged fruits on the shelves on the door. Many side-by-side refrigerator designs have a similar layout for organizing cold food storage and the adjustable shelves and drawers make organizing flexible and simple. All photography featured photographed by Designated Spaces, LLC.