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TREEkids For Unique Wood Furniture For Kids Rooms

Sustainable Furny For Kids

Are you eco happy and stylish (or at least make your best attempt at both…) and constantly on the hunt for home finds to match your amazing aura?  Well then, it is officially time to direct your attention to truly eco-chic TREEkids, a new collection of kids’ furniture that is 100% reclaimed, recycled, reloved, and from the heart!

TREE was founded in Hong Kong by the talented mama of two, Nicole Wakley, over six years ago.  This week, TREE announced its new natural collection designed specifically for little people.  The highlights, you ask?

*  Chemical free – safe for all ages with the TREEkids Pure stamp of approval!
*  Stylish – clean and simple with warm tones.
*  Durable – we love this!  All TREEkids products are made for any rough and tough tumblers.
*  Variety – choose from desks, storage solutions, beds, and accessories.  Check out the adorable Pookie Chair and hand-woven rugs!
*  Space-saving, easy-to-move, and grows with your kiddo!  It’s a dream come true for Hong Kong parents.

Click here for a sneak peek into TREE’s collection on the Little Steps Facebook Page!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Eco chic home design for the the little ones!

Who It's Perfect For:

Green-seeking and style savvy kiddos.

What Else:​

Add a special Hong Kong touch to your child's room. Check out the insanely adorable HK themed rugs! 100% hand-woven and one of a kind.

Additional Info:​

TREEkids - Flagship Store
28/F, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong
+852 2870 1582
www.tree.com.hk

Open from 10:30am - 7pm

 

Image above and on Little Steps Facebook Page are provided by and copyright of TREE.

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