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Sand By TREE In Hong Kong For Kids Furniture

Classic Kiddie Collection

Inspired by the Montessori school system, Italian designer Silvia Marlia has created the line of quality and functional children’s furniture and accessories,Sand. Named speciafically after the material for its ability to change shape, much like the crucial time in a child’s life when they are evolving and adapting to the world, sand designs are both playful and practical.

The collection includes pieces such as a rolling wardrobe and cabinet reminiscent of a classic traveller’s trunk, sun-themed single beds, and retro button-like tables and stools. The pieces are all handcrafted from solid American hardwoods while using child-safe finishes and materials. Although they are simplistic designs with muted primary colours, they are by no means boring.

Click here to view the full TreeKids collection!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Sturdy, pattern-free furniture pieces that provide children with a calm and positive environment to learn and play.

Who It's Perfect For:

Both boys and girls!

What Else:​

Sand is sold exclusively at eco-chic furniture boutique TREE with funds supporting “Room to Read” charity to improve the lives of children in developing countries.

Additional Info:​

 

TREE- Flagship Store

28/F Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

+852 2870 1582

 

TREE- Soho Store

22 Elgin Street, Soho, Hong Kong

+852 2841 8844

 

TREE- Cyberport Store

311 The Arcade, Cyberport, Hong Kong

+852 2997 8522

 

TREE- Sai Kung Store

116 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

+852 2791 2802

 

+852 3443 6888

sales@tree.com.hk

www.tree.com.hk

 

 

Photo provided by TREE.

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