Paris is the city of love and romance. It is also the place of high-end luxurious products to compliment the luxurious lifestyles. So if you seek that perfect brand from the city of love, have a look at T.T. Trunks. This high-end company offers products like the Malle Mini-Bar Trunk and the Malle Valet. The exquisite Mini-Bar is equipped with a 60-liter capacity refrigerator, an Espresso coffee machine, and offers ample storage space for glasses, coffee cups, and teacups. The perfect product for the modern and lavish lifestyle, this portable mini bar, is definitely a must-have. So go on and splurge on this Mini-Bar and equip yourself for any occasion from cocktail parties to quite teas. Another high-end product worth mentioning from this company is the Malle Valet or Wardrobe Trunk. The perfect travel suitcase, this Trunk offers ample storage space and even has a wall pocket. But that is not all. For entertainment purposes, this Trunk comes fitted with a Bose system that will entitle you to the luxury of listening and charging your MP3. All these products promise great performance and quality. But the best feature is the portability factor that makes it possible to carry them wherever you go.
So watch out for T.T. Trunks who will soon empower the luxury market with their high-tech products. All these products are meant for personal and commercial use, and the company has plans to pamper its customers further by releasing more products- a wine cellar trunk and a parking valet trunk!
These trunks can be customized as per the consumer’s taste. The company has two options. For hotels, the trunks will flaunt brass metal parts and come covered with a coat of canvas. And for those seeking opulence, the trunks sport gold or platinum-coated metal parts. While the full-grain leather on the exterior with Alcantara lining ups the glam quotient. With a starting price of 10.000 € ($13,000), there is no limit as the products can be bespoken with other deluxe options like crocodile or ostrich leather, hand embroidery, and Swarovski embroidery.
Thanks Julien Trossat