Win A Reclaimed Stool made by Treeincarnation – valued at $549!

Reclaimed Stool made by Treeincarnation – Melbourne’s only tree removal company that makes furniture from the trees being cut down. This stool was made from a Silky Oak Tree (located in Glen Iris) that was salvaged and up cycled, rather than destroyed. For more unique stools visit treeincarnation.com.au

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Please note this competition is open from 18th June 2016 until 18th July 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. Smith - QLD

  • These are area unique



  • Natural wood gives that unique style, knowing that comes from salvaged timber it’s great to know nothing goes to waste. It will be a pleasure to display it in our native family garden.



  • A beautiful piece of furniture made from salvaged trees, this is a great way to show my family how important it is to sensible with our resources.



  • What an elegant piece of art to display in our family garden, a great example to teach our children how important it is to recycle.



  • This stool will be a great addition to our garden, I love the natural look and knowing this it was salvaged and made into something so useful, makes it extra special.



  • I’m a strong believer in recycling, this stool will be a great topic of conversation when friends come around.


  • Apart from being TREEmendous and something I’d CHAIRish… it just looks so natural and wonderful and would perfectly fit in with our down-to-earth living room!



  • These are so cute,
    By the front door it’d be beaut.
    To rest on inside as we put shoes on our feet,
    It’ll work and look a treat.



  • It’s such a cute piece of home art. I can see this being used as a spare stool when friends are over, a side table for my cuppa beside the lounge, a bedside table when visitors sleep over, and ultimately as a play gym for my little man



  • This stool will fit in perfectly with bowl and lamp made from tree stumps from our farm.



  • Wood is natural. Wood is great. The benefit and beauty of natural products over plastic is a simple and straightforward debate. What a great product, it’d go perfectly in my home. In virtually any room of my house, it would fit aesthetically in the zone.



  • To appreciate the outdoors indoors



  • Coming from a household of musicians and nature lovers, this stool would compliment our personalities as its earthy feel and ‘bongo drum’ like appearance. Perfect addition to the lounge room.



  • To add a bit of earthiness into our space, giving it some warmth and a lovely ‘welcome in’ feel.



  • This piece in my house would really complete my zone and make it a home! This is truly an amazing idea not letting tree’s go to waste!


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