Colours of comfort — Adding three colours to the Montana palette

The new colours are three very poetic colours that, each in their way, bring a gentle and encouraging warmth to the room. At the same time, these are colours that you want to want to spend time with; you don’t just finish sensing them.

Margrethe Odgaard

3 comforting colours

Experience the newest colours to our colour palette created in collaboration with colour expert Margrethe Odgaard. Meet Ruby, Acacia, and Clay – three gentle and uplifting newcomers that have the power to influence our mood, emotions, and overall well-being.

The three newest members bring a gentle, optimistic warmth to the room and blend seamlessly with the rest of the family. They are calm and comforting colours but with a deep and nuanced construction that makes them feel vibrantly alive as they play with the sunlight and change throughout the day.

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The transition to new colours – Montana's colour replenishment guarantee

The three newest colours are replacing the two colours Turmeric and Caribe, but fret not, Montana’s ten-year colour replenishment guarantee makes sure that no previous customer is left without the option to add to their purchase in the colour they have once chosen. Learn more about our guarantee at your nearest Montana retailer.

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Sustainability in 43 variants – certified with the EU Ecolabel

Since 2007, we have exclusively used water-based lacquer colours, which neither smell nor contain solvents. In addition, Montana achieved the EU Ecolabel in 2019, making the company among the first furniture manufacturers in Europe. The EU Ecolabel includes the entire Montana System, the CO16, and the Montana Free Shelving System.

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Surround yourself with colours you like – Margrethe Odgaard

Margrethe Odgaard is an award-winning Danish designer whose work is driven by a constant exploration and development of colours. We have interviewed Margrethe about her collaboration with Montana and the preparation of the colour palette developed in 2019.

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