Treimann Mööbel & Disain, that has been previously operating in Tallinn at Poordi street, has now moved to Porto Franco and opened a new, three times larger store with a fresh concept. It should be noted that the store of Treimann Mööbel & Disain is the first one in Porto Franco to open its doors to the public this autumn.
“We set up our first Treimann Mööbel & Disain furniture store in 2017 in the centre of Tallinn at Poordi street,” says the founder of the furniture store Liina Treimann. “The business was borne from our passion towards furniture and interior design, and to realise our project, we combined knowledge and experience of different generations of our family in the field of furniture manufacturing and sale. Our idea was to offer people designing their homes high-quality furniture with modern design and reasonable prices, produced by brands whose approach to furniture production and design is sustainable and contemporary.” Today, four years later the store has gained trust of Estonian clients and has enhanced countless number of homes.
The wish to expand the selection of interior furnishings further, to include new and inspiring interior design brands and widen the selection of items by the current partners in a physical environment has resulted in the opening of a store that is three times larger (729 m2) than the previous one. “With its ideal location and concept, Porto Franco supports our main goal to offer, in addition to our products, immediate emotions which make selection of interior furnishings an enjoyable experience,” Treimann adds. And thus, in addition to the existing interior furnishings brands offered by Treimann Mööbel & Disain, such as Ethnicraft, 3C, Roolf Living Leblon Delienne, customers can find several new well-known brands like Missoni Home and, for the first time, furniture for children.
Rauno Teder, the Chair of the Management Board of Porto Franco commented that the newly opened furniture store of Treimann Mööbel & Disain in Porto Franco is an excellent addition to the current tenants of the centre. “As a result of the coronavirus crisis we have had to change our commercial concepts, and offer our clients topical goods. With the beginning of the era of working from home, people have started to pay more attention to the interior furnishing of their homes, and therefore we are pleased that this large furniture store has now opened in Porto Franco,” Teder says. “Most of the premises available for lease at the first stage of Porto Franco will be available for moving in this autumn or in early 2022. Our first tenant Citibox Tallinn Hotel opened last year, and we are very happy that another large tenant – Treimann Mööbel & Disain – has opened its furniture store here.” The new Treimann Mööbel & Disain store serves clients on Mo–Fr 11–19 and Sa 11–16. For convenience of shopping and finding inspiration, the company has also opened their online store at www.treimann.ee.