House of RoRo takes care in how and what we produce.
Our production is local to the market, made in small batches using local and certified materials to guarantee both safety and minimal environmental impact.
The furniture is designed to be shipped flatpack, reducing both packaging and carbon footprint.
All furniture is primarily made of birch plywood which proves to be the most durable and versatile material for children’s furniture.
The plywood we use is FSC and TSCA certified. TSCA certification regulates the formaldehyde emission, while the FSC certification ensures materials come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.
Leftovers from the plywood cuts are transformed into color samples shaped like small wood pull toys or puzzles.
For our textile accessories we source vintage or use deadstock fabrics kindly offered by our friends at Elitis France.
All of our packaging is recyclable. No plastics used.
We understand the complexity of an entirely sustainable business model and are strong believers of buy less, buy better so the items we purchase can live many lives.