Living Things — A new series of plant and storage boxes

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Personalise your greenery and magazines in 40 eco-friendly colours and eight sizes

Living Things is a new series of plant and storage boxes in eight different sizes. The modules can be put on top of a shelving module, placed on a plinth or paired with legs or castors. Create a personalised combination of colours and spotlight your favourite greenery, magazines or spirits selection. The modules are made of 12 mm water-resistant MDF and come in Montana’s 40 eco-friendly lacquer colours.

The new series is part of the original Montana System and is certified with the Danish Indoor Climate label as well as the official EU Ecolabel.

Designer: Peter J. Lassen

Choose between three positions

Living Things plant and storage boxes are versatile and can stand on other modules or be paired with a plinth,  castors or legs. As standard, the plinth comes in the same colour as the module, castors in black, and legs in either matt chrome, brass or lacquered in Black or Snow. 

To customize your Living Things plant and storage box with coloured castors or legs, you must order the module with no position and order castors or legs separately in one of the new leg colours – Flint, Rosehip, Mushroom and Parsley. For more information, contact your nearest Montana retailer.

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Four new leg colours

In addition to the product launch of the Living Things series, Montana also presents four new leg colours in Flint, Rosehip, Mushroom and Parsley. The new colours will be added to the existing range of colour options Snow, Black, matt chrome and brass and are available for all Montana products in 12 mm MDF.

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Choose from 40 lacquer colours

The Living Things series is part of the original Montana System and features 40 poetic and complex eco-friendly water-based colours.

Every eight years, Montana develops a new colour palette. Our current palette is created in collaboration with expert and colour alchemist Margrethe Odgaard. Read more about Margrethe's creative process towards a new and more sensual colour palette.

The Montanas Colours