TREE Eco Home Furnishing is Now Sage Interiors

TREE Eco Home Furnishing, an award-winning furnishing and design company in Tacoma, has been relaunched as Sage Interiors. Founded by Nicole Wakley in 2017, TREE specialized in curating furniture and decor from makers in the Pacific Northwest and around the globe, while ensuring sustainability was upheld.

Sage Interiors is an evolution of the TREE brand and concept. “We are absolutely bringing the TREE feeling with us into Sage Interiors,” said Wakley. “By savoring our loved and timeless signature collections, we are stepping forward to layer them with hundreds of new curated pieces– specially sourced with the understanding of knowing what our clients want,” she explained. Their one-of-a-kind gallery, in the historic Nisqually Power Substation building in downtown Tacoma’s Brewery District, showcases a variety of handcrafted, mindfully-made pieces across a range of styles, budgets, and signature collections.

“Since establishing ourselves in the Pacific Northwest, our dream for the brand has always been evolving. We have expanded from mainly offering reclaimed wood furniture to curating thousands of exceptional, luxurious, and sustainable pieces,” said Wakley. “Don’t worry, though– we still have our famous candles and handcrafted chopping boards for when you need some quick retail therapy.”

New products now available at Sage include luxury leather, locally-made bespoke sofas and upholstery, and outdoor collections sourced especially for the Pacific Northwest. New services include a comprehensive Quickship service provided through their in-house white glove delivery team and home staging servies.

Home design and styling services are provided in-person and virtually by their talented team of designers. “It’s always a privilege to be invited into our clients’ homes and work with them one-on-one to bring their styles to life. These personalized services are becoming the soul of the brand,” said Wakley. The Sage team not only believes that home is where the heart is, but that it is also a personal space to inspire and nurture the soul.

JULIE LEYDELMEYER