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Sawdust & Rainbows unveils Tearmann playstand

Published on: 21st April 2021

Designed to create a sanctuary for play, the playstand is created from sustainably sourced wood, with a tree planted for every one sold.

The new Tearmann playstand from Sawdust & Rainbows has been created to give young children a magical space in which to play and explore.

Tearmann, meaning sanctuary in Irish, comes in rainbow, pastel and natural colourways making it the ideal addition to any playroom.

The playstand, which stands at 137cm high, 78cm wide and 137cm in length, is made from sustainably sourced wood and is hand-finished in the Sawdust & Rainbows workshop in rural Northern Ireland. For every Tearmann sold, the company will plant a tree through its partnership with Just One Tree.

Sawdust & Rainbows now has stockists across Europe, the United States, Dubai and Australia. The fledgling start-up has enjoyed a great year of trading, particularly with so many people being stuck at home throughout the pandemic.

Owner Rosie Hughes said: “I’ve been blown away by the interest in my products. I’ve put so much heart and soul into designing, crafting and safety testing, that it’s such a thrill to be able to share them with the world.”

Sawdust & Rainbows believes strongly in looking after both people and planet, and the partnership with Just One Tree means that a tree is planted for every sale of its most popular products.

For more on the company’s range, visit www.sawdustandrainbows.com.

 

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