Montana of Denmark solves household storage challenges by enabling its customers to design their own furniture. The company was founded in 1982 by Peter J. Lassen, a naval officer turned furniture designer who launched his career by working with his father-in-law, Fritz Hansen, and a who’s who of Scandinavian design greats, Arne Jacobsen and Verner Panton included.
Now run by Lassen’s youngest son (Lassen himself is still involved), Montana continues to tackle unexplored corners of the home; it recently launched new lines for the entry and bath. As always, its approach is simple and practical, offering modular, cube-shaped furniture and accompanying accessories that can be combined in countless ways—and ordered in 42 colors. Here are some of the possibilities we’ve been admiring.
Photography courtesy of Montana.
EntrywayAs with all Montana units, the cabinet can be wall hung or mounted on legs or castors, and the interior can be customized with shelves in different setups.
The designs are shown in a color called Fjord; like all Montana components, they’re available in the company palette of 42 colors.
Living AreasMontana’s components are made of MDF finished with water-based lacquer. Prices reflect the fact that manufacturing takes place in Denmark on a small scale.
Montana’s bathroom storage units come in 10 sizes and its wash basin units in 12 sizes. They can be wall-mounted or freestanding. There are also nine square and rectangular mirror sizes for the bath and elsewhere, and the frames come in 42 colors.Go to Montana to see much more and find the retailer nearest you.
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