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Mocka Jimmy Tower | Two Ways

3.25.2015

Last year I found a great little storage solution for my office, the Mocka Jimmy Stand. Like many who have followed suit, I have found it to be an incredibly versatile piece of furniture and styling staple, that can be moved from room to room as needed. When Mocka came to me about styling the Mocka Jimmy Tower, I didn't hesitate to take up the challenge, and like the stand, I have styled it in two ways to showcase its versatility. 

I have found the compact shape of this unit to be a major asset. Where space is tight, I always recommend utilising unused wall space for shelving, and because this is tall and narrow, it works really well in small spaces. Easily fitting into room corners and nooks in the hallway, bathroom or bedroom, for today's post I chose to style it in our living room and my office. 


I recently hung a wall mirror in the living room corner, and was looking to create a little reading nook below it. The Jimmy Tower works perfectly, storing books and magazines as well as providing a place for a cup of tea or coffee. The height of the unit creates a lovely sense of balance when paired with a chair, and offset wall art, and the top shelf is perfect for flowers and decorative items. The framed Letter Press Prints are by An Organised Life.


I really enjoyed having the unit in our living room for a few days, but I have since moved it into my office, where it is equally at home. The white and natural finish works in well with my existing furniture and shelves, and I absolutely love having extra storage for magazines, notebooks and a place to display favourite objects and extra greenery. I've also used it to house my felt basket by Citta, which hides other office paraphernalia. Not only does it look great, it has helped to declutter my floor and desk. I think it will be staying here for a while!

Styling and Photography by Michelle Halford for TDC

To find out more about this product and to purchase it online, pop over here.

This post was brought to you in collaboration with Mocka 


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7 comments:

  1. Where did you but the lights from please?

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  2. Where did you but the lights from please?

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    1. They are from Granit in Scandinavia. I also have some white ones - Bella Vista festoon lights by Seletti which are available here in NZ. It depends where you live! x

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    2. Thanks heaps Michelle. I live in NZ too. I've googled but couldn't find the local supplier. Do you recall where you got them from?

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  4. where did you buy the mirror??:)

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