The Finmebel brand, whose store is located on the fourth floor of the recently reconstructed Kotva department store, has a worldwide reputation for quality products. It offers beautiful furniture and home accessories mainly from prestigious Finnish producers of furniture. However, its range of products includes also luxury products by producers from Italy and the UK. Furniture from Scandinavia offered by Finmebel is manufactured by environment-friendly processes. At Finmebel you can buy furniture for your living room, bedroom or children's room. If you love old classical bookcases, you will certainly be enchanted by the offer of the Niemi brand, a family company that is one of the largest and oldest producers of furniture in Finland. Bookcases from solid birch wood have been produced in its factory for more than one hundred years. The Finnish brand Laitala founded in 1932 puts emphasis on the woodcarving of its six qualified woodcarvers. The Laitala factory produces dining room sets and bedroom sets in the style of king Gustav III of Sweden or furniture in the style of the French Rococo. Luxury furniture of British production is represented by the brand Tetrad, whose upholstered sofas make the impression of “casually elegant luxury” that seem to be shabby chic and that can be found also in living rooms of famous people, such as the German model Claudia Schiffer, French actress Sophie Marceau, Formula 1 racing driver Michael Schumacher or even the British royal family. Furniture from solid wood, sophisticated design and resistance is characteristic of the Scandinavian brands Sieva, Geromar and Laitala designed for bedrooms and children's rooms. However, Finmebel's offer is much more varied, which you can see for yourself right in the center of Prague in the Kotva department store.
Address: Kotva Department Store, 4th floor, Nám. Republiky 8, Praha 1, +420 224 801 273, www.finmebel.cz
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