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New Montana Free Shelving System in Allie's Room

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I'm loving the new Montana Free Shelving System. The Danish freestanding shelves are designed for a new way of living and you can choose between 12 compositions with or without interposed shelves, in 4 colours and optional panels in 8 colours. I picked up a set for Allie's new bedroom in New White with an interposed shelf for all her drawings. I'm pretty sure it won't look as neat as this in a few week's time so I thought I'd better capture them before she goes to town with all her wonderful bits and bobs! 

Genevieve Jorn (the MSH interior designer) and I deliberately opted for a low set so that Allie could easily reach all her knick-knacks and use the top shelf as an extra play surface.

The man and I  can never quite believe all the tiny things Allie picks up during the day  - you have to be super careful when vacuuming as even the tiniest item is important to her!! One of the things I love the most about these shelves is that they can be extended as she grows - so we can add on to them when needed. So handy!

Montana offer a selection of eight coloured panels to place wherever you like on the shelves (front or back!). I'm so happy with the two rust panels - they add a little colour.

The little mouse has followed Allie since she was a baby - I'm so pleased he's made himself at home! 
 
Find out more about Montana's Free Shelving System here and your nearest retailer here.

In case you're wondering anything else in these pictures, I'll be sharing a complete make-over post in the next couple of days. Feel free to ask away in the comment section below too!

What do you think? Could you imagine having shelves like these in your home?

Niki

Photography: Niki Brantmark / Interior Design: Genevieve Jorn.  

This post is brought to you in collaboration with Montana - all words are my own. 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I'm wondering where the green metal boxes are from :) I've been desperately searching for boxes like those.

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    1. They are from the Danish shop Sostrene Grene :) Very handy!

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    2. thank you! good to hear that they're from a shop that I can find here in the Netherlands :)

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  2. What great shelves! I've been looking for some like this for my living room. Thank you for the tip / Lindy

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  3. We're so happy with them! I love all the different colours too. I hope you find some for your own home Lindy!

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  4. Hello, I love your blog. You have such great taste!I am wondering where you got the coat rack from. I wanted to get it for my baby girl´s room.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words about my blog, I'm so happy you like the homes and spaces I share! I bought the hooks in a local Malmö store (Geijersgatan 53) however, I'll keep a look out online to see if I can find similar. Hopefully there might be someone else on here who might be able to point you in the right direction too. Have a great weekend! Niki

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  5. The room is lovely and your daughter too.

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  6. The apple art is wonderful. Who is the artist? The shelves look like they will adapt and age beautifully as Allie grows up. I know my 16 year old would like them. Heck, I'm 50 and I'd love to have them! Happy Friday.

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    1. Hi Sue! The art is called 'Apple Papple' by Fine Little Day. Allie has been telling him all her secrets for many years - he's a great listener! I'm envious of the shelves too - I might just have to get them for other parts of my house too! There's actually going to be a give-away on my Instagram this week so if you're interested keep an eye out!

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  7. Thank you. I like the idea of Apple Papple being the keeper of secrets. I check instagram for your give-away. Happy Monday!

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