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Kris Jenner Shares How She Organizes Her Massive Fridge

She displays the produce like a work of art.

Kris Jenner knows all about style and sophistication, and it doesn't stop with fashion. When it comes to sleek refrigerators turned masterpieces, Jenner boasts a few of the best.

Yes, you heard that right, Kris Jenner owns two refrigerators, and they're organized in a way that would make Marie Kondo proud. Jenner candidly revealed the contents of her kitchen appliances with Poosh, Kourtney Kardashian's lifestyle brand.

One fridge belonging to the Kardashian star has a stunning glass door displaying perfectly organized green fruits and vegetables like fine pieces of art. The color-coordinated veggies create a statemented masterpiece. Poosh shares jaw-dropping photos of the impossibly beautiful fridge alongside the other appliances.

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The second refrigerator possesses a luxe matte black door. It holds condiments and various fresh foods and beverages, such as San Pellegrino. This fridge is also pristinely organized in a Kardashian-sleek manner. Inside the fridge are several of Jenner's favorite brands, including Oui yogurt, Dave's Bread, and Natural Bliss almond milk creamer.

It isn't until you peek into the matching matte black freezer that you realize Kris Jenner has another side to her uber-healthy lifestyle. Gobs of ice cream pints and tubs, popsicles, and frozen treats are stacked to unimaginable heights, waiting to be savored by her grandkids.

Jenner also stocks up on fresh berries and herbs. Keeping these items on hand ensures that a healthy snack is always within reach. Perhaps Kris will also help Kendall Jenner brush up on her cucumber cutting skills with all of those veggies!

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Shaye Glisson
Shaye was born and raised in Houston, TX. She is a freelance Lifestyle/Beauty/Wellness writer and a licensed Cosmetologist with several years of writing experience. Read more