"For every 500 trees sold to the public, we will be donating a Korol Christmas Tree to a children's home or orphanage in KZN. We've already identified a number of organisations to donate Christmas Trees to in the Berea, Kloof, Ballito and Durban North areas. We want to literally bring joy into their establishments with our Christmas Trees while making it a fun and interactive experience for the kids by encouraging them to build the Christmas Trees themselves using the korol kits supplied.," said Korol creator and namesake of the homeware brand, Andy Cartwright.
Andy Cartwright's new Korol Christmas Trees are not only easy to build and beautifully designed, but the fully recycled, eco-friendly trees will also have environmentally conscious consumers humming a greener tune this December.
Korol is a cutting edge modular design system that uses recycled, star-shaped components or 'building blocks' that, when connected at their points, can form limitless functional and decorative designs for the home. Starting with homeware like clocks, bowls and lamps, Andy Cartwright Homeware has now created the Korol Christmas Tree for people looking for a tree with a difference that is also easy on the planet.
The tree comes in two sizes; the large one is 1250mm high and costs R650 while the smaller one stands 850mm high and retails at R480. Both trees are available through various online stockists such as Design Indaba, Yellow Box, DirtyCollective.co.za and andycartwright.biz.
Korol's ability to transform into so many different products makes it sustainable and versatile. Using the building block approach, it is free to transform into homeware and design items that are modern, fun and inspiring.
"Our new tree is yet another example of how adaptable the Korol design system is," said Cartwright.