Spring Makeover

Spring Makeover

28 February, 2017
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Just like us, a home needs an updated look from time to time, whether it’s a quick refresh or a complete transformation and there’s never a better time than spring time!

This season, TREE introduces a selection of items to help you bring something new to your space. From beautifully upholstered seats to put a fresh spin on your dining space, to some eco-wood furniture collections and on-trend finishing touches, discover the latest collections and update your stylish home with ease.

TREE’s stylish Elevate collection is better than ever with brand new pieces added to the range.

Lovingly crafted from recycled teak wood wrapped around an albasia wood core, Elevate features slimline designs finished off with brushed iron and distress-painted detailing in cool toned hues, and offers the perfect balance between rustic and industrial. With desks, multi racks, TV and wine cabinets now available at TREE, Elevate is the perfect collection to give your home a unique lift.

TREE is now more soulful than ever with two new additions to the Soul family!

Crafted from recycled teak wood wrapped around an albasia core, this eco-chic collection features lightly handpainted details; textured surfaces and beautiful imperfections, giving each piece a characterful look with its very own story to tell. Our new console table and multi rack pieces are both practical yet naturally stylish solutions for both storage and display.

Bring your home up to date in an instant with TREE’s latest range of terracotta ceramics.

Lovingly handcrafted in the Philippines, these naturally stunning finishing touches have been distress-painted for a vintage, worn-in look, and come in a variety of styles that create a beautiful display when grouped together. This season, we’re introducing vibrant turquoise blues and dapper gunmetal grey's into the collection, giving our rustic ceramics a subtly modern update.

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For more information about TREE’s new collection and their on going work with Forest Stewardship Council and Trees4Trees Foundation, click here.

By: Ecozine Staff
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