Here’s a fun article from the Lawrence Journal World and News online, “Magnetic appeal: What does your refrigerator decor say about you?”, talking about the different ways people decorate their refrigerator doors and what it says about them.
For example, Mildred Munjanganja, vice president of LifeOrganizers.com says, “Artists might have artwork, writers might have quotes, thrifty people might have coupons, and cooks might have favorite recipes.”
So what’s on your refrigerator door? Is it a simple shopping list? Magnets from places you have vacationed? Family photos and doctor appointments?
Mildred Munjanganja, vice president of LifeOrganizers.com offers some refrigerator door organizations tips including:
- Place the most important items on the left-hand side of the fridg
- Place least important items toward the botto
- If items are meant for a child, place it close to the bottom where he or she is able to read them.
- Read the rest of her tips and the complete article online.
Of course, all this family artwork, magnets and other items, can scratch the refrigerator door’s paint and finish. Luckily, appliance touch-up paints allow you to get rid of unsightly scratches.