Honey is essentially pure sugar and will not spoil. In fact, explorers have found honey in ancient tombs over 1000 years old that is still perfectly okay to eat. Putting it in the fridge only risks drying the honey out and causing it to crystallize. Keep it in the cupboard.
Garlic will actually grow moldy faster in the fridge. Keep in it a dry space outside of the fridge in an well vented bag. A basket on the counter or in the panty are both good spots.
Coffee is a bit like baking soda: leave it in the fridge and it will soak up all the fun and not so fun scents in the fridge making your cup of Joe taste kind of funky. A freezer has the same effect. Instead, keep it in an air tight container in the cupboard. If it's not too much trouble, it will keep fresher if you keep it in whole bean form and grind it fresh in the morning.
If alcohol has it's original seal there is no reason to keep it in the fridge. Hard alcohol such as rum, vodka and rye never need to be kept in the fridge even when opened because of their high alcohol content. The only time these should be in the fridge is if you are out of ice cubes and need the drink cool. Open wine and weaker spirits may need to be stored in the fridge after opening depending on their content. For example, creamy liquors are best kept in the fridge after opening.
Things like tabasco sauce and franks red hot have very high vinegar contents. They will not spoil if left in the cupboard. Creamy hot sauces are a very different story.
Surprisingly, basil will spoil faster in the fridge. If you can get basil with roots, it's even better. Just keep the basil in a glass of water on the counter like flowers and you will get a much longer life out of it. Even without the roots though it is still better to keep out of the fridge.
Most people know this one but it is important to mention. There is no reason to keep regular peanut butter in the fridge. All natural peanut butter often does recommend it though. Just keep the container upside down to prevent all the oil from getting scooped up on the first use and drying out.
Freezing bread to use as toast in the morning can help prevent yourself from throwing out half the loaf, but keeping fresh bread you intend to eat uncooked in the fridge will only dry it out and cause it to spoil faster.
Tomatoes are best kept out on the counter where they can ripen to maximum flavour. Keeping them in the fridge will prevent this.
Onions can be kept out of the fridge in a cool dark place for a very long time. The only benefit of keeping them in the fridge is that a cold onion releases less of the irritants that make you tear up when you chop them. A way to get around this is to peel them when you are ready to use them and set them whole in a bath of cold water for 5 minutes.
Potatoes and other root vegetables such as squash can be kept for weeks in cool dark and dry storage spaces.
There are many others out there and hopefully I'll be able to post about them on another day. For now, hopefully this will make some much needed space in your fridge.