Montana Furniture’s SPIN Series Offers a Colorful Way To Store Your Records

Arriving in three different compartment configurations.

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Danish label Montana Furniture has a few new additions to its lineup of functional modules. For all the vinyl collectors in Denmark and beyond, the brand’s SPIN series offers a colorful and simple means of storing their record player and disc collection.

Like most Montana pieces, there are different configurations, each of which can be tailored to a specific size and color to best suit one’s home. SPIN offers three different designs of square cubes, available with wheels or legs.

SPIN I features a top row of two horizontal compartments alongside a bottom row of four vertical compartments, all of which are exposed so owners can clearly see the vinyls.

Those seeking a cabinet with a door – although there’s only one door here – can opt for the SPIN II, a square model that contains an enclosed bottom right compartment surrounded by open compartments.

Rounding out the lineup is the SPIN III, an asymmetrical blend of open and closed compartments with the most storage of the three. All of the SPIN pieces were designed by Montana’s Peter J. Lassen and include subtle cable passages to maintain a clean look while allowing owners to organize their record players and speakers without tangled wires.

All of the pieces are made out of medium-density fibreboard, a blend of wood fibers. They’re also all offered in Montana’s 41 color options, from the bright green “Parsley” to the pale purple “Iris.”

 

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Check out the SPIN series on Montana Furniture’s website.

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