THE TRENZSEATER STORY
TRENZSEATER is synonymous with tailor made quality furniture, designed and made exclusively in New Zealand. It is also distinguished by an international style which is modern, sophisticated and elegant.
TRENZSEATER was founded by Ben Lewis and his brother Hamish Lewis in 2004 through a vision Ben had to fulfill a niche in the market for tailor made luxury furniture and interior design. TRENZSEATER quickly established itself as a design destination through presenting its collections in exquisite and inspiring showroom settings, which allowed clients to easily visualise how we could collaborate on projects specifying furniture, lighting, drapery, blinds, wallpaper, rugs and accessories.
TRENZSEATER is a design leader in the New Zealand market for furniture and interior design, specializing in furniture which is designed and manufactured in New Zealand. TRENZSEATER also imports and distributes an impressive portfolio of international brands throughout New Zealand, which are showcased in our stores located in Auckland, Christchurch and Queenstown.
TRENZSEATER also offers a full interior design service which has a renowned reputation for detailing some of the finest residential properties in New Zealand. This service has also gained significant international recognition in recent years through achievements at the International Design & Architecture Awards, and the Andrew Martin Design Review in London along with the International Design Awards (IDA) in Los Angeles. It has also been fortunate enough to have been selected as 1 of 20 International designers to feature in “The World’s Leading Design Names for 2018” book as well as in the 2019 edition.
TRENZSEATER is distinguished by an international style which is modern, sophisticated and elegant. We are dedicated to offering you the very finest for your home through our exclusive furnishings and interior design service, and we look forward to the pleasure of you visiting our showrooms where we can demonstrate our professionalism and expertise personally.