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ISTANBUL (TR) - Recently, changing trends in home furniture lead brands to designs that combine classic motifs with contemporary lines. Consumers in the purchase of new furniture, wood, leather, marble and metal materials are used in a combination of products.
Tunaev Design and Product Manager Ebru Neval Dikmen stated that the trend of buying furniture in home furniture shifted towards timeless designs and personalized furniture. I Recently, the designs which synthesize classical and contemporary forms become the choice of consumers. In addition, using a combination of different materials as tunaev, we offer our customers color, material alternatives makes us different. For example, our customers can choose the bedroom dresser as well as lacquered and veneer.
Turkey's leading brand of office and home furniture collection in tunaev "timeless" reflects the theme GO lean group, stands out with its warm and elegant lines. The product group designed by the designers Gülşah Soyluer and Onur Aygenç consists of a dining room, a bedroom and a sofa group.
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About Tuna Home:
Founded in 1970, Tuna Ofis established Tuna Ev deki in 2002 by transferring its experience in furniture sector to home furniture. Tuna Ev serves in the home furniture sector with the motto sektör Today's home life, today's design T. Tuna Ev carries out its production in an integrated facility operating in a total closed area of 55 thousand square meters in Silivri-Kınalı. In this modern facility where the latest technologies are used, there are wooden production line, metal production line, powder coating facility, flooring lines where sofas and armchairs are produced, cilahane sections. Tuna Ev, which offers its customers fabricated production in a boutique way, serves today with its showrooms in Ankara and Riyadh, as well as Masko, Modoko and Silivri stores in Istanbul.