They say growth is a good problem to have in business. And it’s been the case for Nicole Wakley. The founder of TREE Eco Home Furnishing is rebranding to Sage Interiors.
Wakley said she will be bringing the TREE “feeling” into Sage Interiors.
“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,” Wakely said in a press release. “We are celebrating what we are proud of, like our values, our honest and unique furnishing, and our natural intuitive styling. And we are going beyond to elevate the personalized experience within our destination gallery to make this the unique home-centered and holistic experience we’ve been dreaming of for all of our clients.”
Stepping forward as Sage Interiors brings fresh opportunities for the company, Wakley said in the release. It will still host its award-winning furnishing at the historical gallery in Tacoma. In addition, it will include in-person and virtual home styling and design services from a talented design team, exceptional white glove delivery, and now home staging services.
“Since establishing ourselves in the Pacific Northwest, our dream for the brand has always been evolving,” Wakley said in the release.
She added that it has expanded from mainly offering reclaimed wood furniture to curating thousands of exceptional, luxurious, and sustainable pieces. But, it will still offer candles and handcrafted chopping boards.
While styling a home can often be an overwhelming process, the design team at Sage Interiors works with clients to provide peace of mind while bringing their styles to life.
Sage’s interior design services have become more and more recognized over the past year. In 2021 alone, Wakely and her team have helped hundreds of clients furnish and style their homes in the South Sound area — from Gig Harbor to Vashon, to Mercer Island and Bellingham — even holiday homes in Lake Chelan.
“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,” Wakley said in the release.
With this rebrand, Wakley said she’s excited to continue serving clients in making their home dreams come true.
Sage Interiors remains at the historic Nisqually Power Station building in the heart of the Tacoma Brewery District. Sage Interiors is open to the public daily from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.