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Thank you for visiting our e-shop!

If you wish to have a look at our products 'in real', you have 2 options:
1) you can visit our showroom which is located near Charleroi, Belgium - on appointment only
2) we can do a video-conference call together in the showroom :)

A 10% discount is offered on all items if you visit the showroom!

In case of overcharge for shipping costs, I will refund you the difference.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. It will be my pleasure to help you!

Thank you for your comprehension.

Kind regards,

Adeline from Tree of Colors

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Last updated on Mar 7, 2021

Hello,

Thank you for visiting our e-shop!

If you wish to have a look at our products 'in real', you have 2 options:
1) you can visit our showroom which is located near Charleroi, Belgium - on appointment only
2) we can do a video-conference call together in the showroom :)

A 10% discount is offered on all items if you visit the showroom!

In case of overcharge for shipping costs, I will refund you the difference.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. It will be my pleasure to help you!

Thank you for your comprehension.

Kind regards,

Adeline from Tree of Colors

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About us

Tree of Colors is an art gallery and a home décor e-shop, founded on the basis of our passion to bring colorful treasures from all around the world to your homes.

Our purpose is to create a two-way relationship between the curious travellers, and the creative artists and artisans of the world. All coming together from different countries, cultures and backgrounds; getting together under the same roof of Tree of Colors. On the route from the creatives to the travellers, Tree of Colors allows artists and artisans of the world to bring their creations to light and exchange their values and stories with people they’ve never met before. And on the way back, from the travellers to the creatives, Tree of Colors allows world travellers to bring back a small piece of the world they’re travelling with them, full of new values and stories of artists and artisans they’ve never met before.

Note that we only use recycled and eco-friendly packaging (kraft paper, kraft tape and recycled bubble wrap).

Handmade · Vintage · Authentic · Unique

Visit our Etsy shop for our full range of products including Moroccan rugs, Turkish ceramics, vintage rattan chairs and much more!

Production partners

  • Abdelhadi

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    Abdelhadi is a leather artisan in the souks of Marrakech. He knows where to find the best quality of leather and uses traditional techniques to make his poufs. He makes the embroideries by hand as well.

  • Marrakesh souks

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    This artisan was found by my dear friend Abdul. He makes lanterns and mirrors with dried straw.

  • Ahmed

    Morocco

    This artisan from Essaouira, Morocco makes lanterns and mirrors with dried straw. His work is great.

  • Moroccon textiles artisan

    Morocco

    Berber Things is a Moroccan rug store that sells vintage Moroccan rugs and cushions made from vintage rugs.

  • Boudlal Abdelkarim

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    Abdelkarim has been a great partner regarding the Tamegrout pottery from Morocco. He is a young entrepreneur and belongs to one of the families that still make the Tamegrout pottery.

  • Cinili Kosk

    Nicaea, Turkey

    Esin Cini produces traditional handmade ceramic pieces, in Iznik (Nicaea), Turkey. They also work with local vocational school students, training to be Iznik pottery craftsmen.

  • Diva Sanat Evi

    Nicaea, Turkey

    Yigit Cini produces traditional handmade ceramic pieces, in Iznik (Nicaea), Turkey.

  • El Idrissi Mohamed

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    El Idrissi Mohamed est un artisan textile des souks de Marrakech, je l'ai rencontré en avril 2018 et suis tombée amoureuse de son travail et de sa minuscule boutique remplie du sol au plafond de coussins et de poufs, tous faits main.

  • Errachid Taoufiq

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    I met Taoufiq in the souks of Marrakech. He owns different shops of Moroccan crafts like brass decorations, African wooden art, and glass dinnerware. He helped me to choose brass decorations that we can use as decorations on Christmas trees and made them to order.

  • Esin Cini

    Nicaea, Turkey

    Esin Cini produces traditional handmade ceramic pieces, in Iznik (Nicaea), Turkey.

  • Fabrica de Carretas Eloy Alfaro

    Costa Rica

    The artisans from Sarchi are wonderful craftsmen, very respectful of their old traditions.

  • Grand Bazaar

    Istanbul, Turkey

    Grand Bazaar is the home of Turkish arts and crafts, antiques and jewellery.

  • Hmad Mohri

    Morocco

    We met Hmad in the souks in the beautiful city of Essaouira, Morocco. This old man was very sweet and funny. He sells handmade Moroccan crafts made with raffia.

  • Omar

    Marrakesh, Morocco

    I met Omar in the souks of Marrakech. He owns a brass crafts shop in the Medina. He helped me to choose brass decorations that we can use as decorations on Christmas trees and made them to order.

  • Paulette a des fleurs

    Belgium

    Pauline est so passionate about flowers: she decided to launch her own business by growing herself her flowers in the countryside in Belgium. Since then, she has created absolutely stunning bouquets and for this winter, she designed dried flowers wreaths and they are sumptuous. Enjoy!

  • Paulette a des fleurs

    Belgium

    Pauline est une artiste en décorations florales. Elle cultive elle-même toutes ses fleurs dans son champs et ses serres près d'Obaix, Belgique.

  • Seyni Gadiaga

    Senegal

    Seyni GADIAGA est né en 1956 à Dakar (Sénégal). Il peint des tableaux abstraits avec des éléments traditionnels, tels que le triangle représentant la fertilité et le relief typique de ses peintures se référant à des scarifications traditionnelles.

  • Thierry Gouverneur

    Liège, Belgium

    Thierry Gouverneur is a self-taught Belgian artisan from Liège. He designs and creates tables in his free time. HE recycles old tables and other pieces of furniture to give them a second life. Each piece he creates is truly unique and one-of-a-kind.

  • Yigit Cini

    Nicaea, Turkey

    Yigit Cini produces traditional handmade ceramic pieces, in Iznik (Nicaea), Turkey.

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