Kate Andrews

Ecotots Flatpak Green Furniture for Kids

by , 11/10/07

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Take a small stand for the environment (or in this case a seat, a coat stand or art easle). Ecotots is a full-line of environmentally friendly, real wood modern furniture and furnishings which assemble and disassemble quickly and easily without any tools or hardware. Made from 100% renewable FSC Certified Smart Wood®, all products are available in a variety of eco-friendly, UV finishes.



Located in Indianapolis, Ecotots is a brand of The Simple Furniture Company, a privately held company and member of 1% For The Planet. Ecotots Furniture is just perfect for any playroom, family room or kids bedroom.

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4 Comments

  1. Design Divas January 25, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    There is also an adult modern line at http://www.inmodern.net. You can find info on resellers and request reseller info.

  2. Elizabeth Poole December 19, 2007 at 11:40 am

    We would like to have a wholesale cataloge. Please mail to this address.
    Fallingwater Museum Store
    PO Box R
    Mill Run, PA 15464

  3. kim at allconsuming November 15, 2007 at 1:30 am

    As a child I had a dolls house that looked like it was made from very similar materials as this furniture, and it all slid together without any screws and such. It was awesome. And do you think I can find anything remotely similar for my kids now? This is the closest I’ve got to even finding something constructed in similar techniques, so my quest is renewed.

  4. Spider November 12, 2007 at 7:37 am

    Why does almost all the eco-furniture (which is great, imaginative, interesting, inspired design on the whole) seem to be only for kids? Are adults too heavy to sit on recycled products? Are these products just fashion accessoreis for the rich and pampered eco-child? Do grownups not really believe in recycled furniture and we can only fob this fantasy stuff off on the children?

    Please tell us about more proper gorwnup versions of these imaginative and pleasing ideas.

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