1970

A small woodworking workshop was founded in Famagusta, Cyprus by Petros Chrystallenos.

1987

As time progressed the family business grew, and the sons took an active role in designing ansd producing the custom-made furniture.

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2003

The manufacturing side of the company was slowly tailed off as more emphasis was placed on importing readymade high quality Italian solutions, leading to the founding of the Venere Group. Our first showroom opened in Paralimni that same year; housing mostly Italian companies, such as Copat Life, GD Dorigo, and Santa Lucia.

2009

As the Venere Group began to establish itself in the local market, more companies were added to our portfolio including the Molteni&C, Dada - Armani/dada flagship store.

2015

The idea was to source and provide luxury furniture, as well as offer affordable and flexible solutions. Our collaborations with multiple European companies (Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain and Greece) made that possible, resulting in the opening of our new furniture and home accessories showroom, ‘’Venere Home’’

Our Vision

With our strong focus on customer care, after sale service, quality and design we aim to become a one-stop shop.

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The idea was to source and provide luxury furniture, as
well as offer affordable and flexible options/solutions.
Our collaborations with multiple European companies
(Italy, Spain, Germany, and Greece) made this possible

  • Our Designers
  • Our products

    Our products include kitchen furniture, wardrobes, doors, home/contract accessories, and furniture.

    Our services

    Our services expanded to home staging and interior design.

    Our projects

    Our projects range from residential homes to commercial projects such as hotels, stores, including multi-unit condos, lofts and villas both in Cyprus and abroad (Dubai, Egypt, Tunisia, Norway, England, and Greece).

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address:
170, 1st April Street , 5280 Paralimni ,
Cyprus

Telephone: 7777 2003
                   +357 23811626

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