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  • Long time, no see. Life has been busy for the Little Tree Team over the last few months, but we thought it was about time to relaunch our blog!

     

    So, what’s new?
    In January we were part of the NEC January Furniture Show in Birmingham, the biggest furniture show of the year! All our hard work paid off, and we were extremely pleased with all the amazing feedback we got at the show. Neil, the owner and founder of Little Tree Furniture, did an exceptional job designing and styling our stand. It’s safe to say, our stand was a big talking point!

     

     

     

    The doors covering the walls were brought over from India, each single one hand picked for the purpose of NEC. Our furniture is made up from these types of colourful doors, which is especially prominent in our popular Mary Rose Range.

     

    We loved having the doors on display for people to see the transformation the materials we use go through. From old doors, they are sorted and upcycled into features such as slatted doors and to add a colourful, unique appearance to our furniture.

    Avalon
    At the NEC we also launched two new ranges. Avalon, our Urban Farmhouse inspired range, was very well received and will be available to buy in May. This range has some quirky features, such as crates that can be taken out and used around the home or garden. The range is of course made from reclaimed materials, and is sustainable and eco-friendly! Each piece is handmade by our expert craftsmen. See our website for full range list.

     

    Whiteleaf Bedroom Range


    At the NEC, the Whiteleaf Bedroom Range was also launched. The Whiteleaf range is not new to Little Tree Furniture, however, we were very excited about adding to this popular range with a Bedroom set. The delicate, whitewash finish makes for a beautiful bedroom range, and adds a touch of serenity and calmness to your bedroom.

    The pieces in this bedroom set have got lovely, intricate hand carvings. Through the whitewash you will see some colours coming through, from the reclaimed doors and hardwood used to create these furniture items.

    As the rest of the furniture from Little Tree, each piece is handmade from reclaimed hardwood. This means that each item from Little Tree Furniture has got individual features and charm.

     

     

     

    Photoshoot
    Back in November, Little Tree Furniture got together with Tetrad and did a photoshoot. We’ll share all the photos with you soon, but in the meantime, here’s a few of our favourite shots.