Apartment kitchens are tough. They’re tiny and narrow, they’re outdated, and all too often they have some truly disturbing tile patterns going on. But when it comes to organization hacks, there are plenty of unique tools and tricks you can use to double your space. And the minimalist wood-and-steel options from Yamazaki Home are the clever (and stylish) solution to your small space woes. Discovering their range of magnetic fridge-compatible shelves and towel bars is low-key life-changing: Just stick ’em up and watch your storage double in an instant.

Their magnetic options come in three styles: a towel bar, a spice rack, or a combination arrangement that features two wooden rails, a paper towel holder, hooks, and a shelf. (This piece also offers hardware for mounting to a wall, but really, the irresistible thwack of an entire shelf effortlessly adhering to the side of the refrigerator is not to be missed.) For city-dwellers with no time, no power tools, and no kitchen storage to speak of, these pieces are pretty much a godsend. And even if you’re living in cabinetry heaven (jealous!), they’re a nice way to display some of your prettier pieces out in the open. And the vaguely Scandi look of the powder-coated steel and wood combo is versatile enough to go with most kitchen styles.

The magnetic collection retails from $24 to $48, but be sure to click around Yamazaki’s entire collection while you’re at it. It’s all designed with small-space living in mind, even beyond the kitchen. (Hello, Insta-ready garment racks.) And who among us couldn’t use a little help with getting their space in order?

Follow us on Pinterest for more space-saving tips and ideas!

(Images via Food52)

Brit + Co may at times use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.