Customers will want to buy a refrigerator big enough to hold the amount of food they typically buy to feed their household.

Refrigerator capacity is measured in cubic feet. A two-person household generally requires 8-10 cu. ft. Figure an additional 1.5 cu. ft. of space for each additional family member.

Family size and eating habits will also help guide capacity needs. A large family will require more space than a couple. A family that eats out for most meals will require less capacity than one that eats homemade meals nightly. A couple who eats mostly frozen meals will want a larger freezer capacity, unlike someone who gets most food from a farmers' market.

Shelving can improve refrigerator capacity, making it easy for users to quickly find what they're looking for.

Removable and adjustable shelves and door bins allow users to customize their refrigerator to fit different-sized items.

Spill-proof glass shelves feature raised edges to prevent liquids from spilling to other shelves.

Built-in beverage holders hold bottles and cans.

Wine Racks Store and chill wine in dedicated holders.