TCH Furniture

It was 20 years ago, in the town of Telsiai in the North West of Lithuania that the first TCH Furniture factory started and it was making timber frames for houses exported to Australia.  It soon began making window frames and then chairs and from the initial chair orders, the company then named Eliuda, went on to produce huge amounts of pine furniture and then inevitably moved into solid and veneered oak furniture production.

The UK market became very important to TCH, and in the beginning of January 2009, it obtained the manufacturing rights to all Telnita and Christian Harold product ranges sold in the UK.  Now with the additional factories near the capital city Vilnius producing the main bedroom ranges – Bonaparte, Amore, and Merlot as well as many of the prototype pieces, they are constantly producing in a continual aim to bring new products to the market both for ourselves and for other furniture suppliers and retailers who want “White label” products.

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