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Eco-chic furniture store TREE opens in Bellevue

TREE offers unique pieces of furniture and decor made from sustainably sourced materials like reclaimed wood.
A bathtub hand carved from a single stone at TREE. (photo: KING)

From the chandelier made of wine bottles to the vintage school desk, every piece inside the eco-chic furniture store TREE has a story.

After finding success in Hong Kong, owner Nicole Wakely, decided to plant roots in the Pacific Northwest – first in Tacoma and now in Bellevue.

A chandelier made with reclaimed wine bottles at TREE. (photo: KING)

The company is all about sustainable style. Each item is handcrafted using Earth-friendly materials like reclaimed wood. Wakley constantly curates new collections from around the world. One of the most unique pieces is a bathtub hand carved from a single stone in Java.

TREE is also on a mission to give back. Since it first opened, the company has planted more than 80,000 trees globally. And you can be a part of it. During the next two weeks, they will plant a tree for every person who visits the Bellevue store and mentions KING 5 Evening.

TREE Bellevue

1028 116th Ave. NE

Bellevue, WA 98004

Story sponsored by TREE.

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