Why eggs are piled up in the supermarket without refrigeration, at home we store them in the fridge? The reason is that eggs do not need cold to be preserved, but temperature changes do not feel good. That’s why the fridge is a safer place than a kitchen cupboard, where the temperature may fluctuate much more.
If you have a place in the kitchen where you are sure that the temperature will be good and constant, leave them there without a problem.
By putting eggs in the fridge door, the cold makes the eggs stay in better condition for a longer time. The trick is that if you put them on the door, they are more likely to suffer changes in temperatures, and this causes them to break down. So, the best place for eggs is on one of the shelves in the fridge, and as far back as you can.