THE KARYBU CONCEPT STORE
In the old part of Tinos town our unique concept store welcomes you. It is a wonderful hideaway from the busy harbour and meeting point for those who like the charm of Cycladic narrow streets and architecture.
Here you can find fashion and accessories such as sun glasses, hats, jewellery, beach ware, leather bags for men and women as well as furniture and interior accessories for gracious living. We do consulting for interior design and can provide measure made cushions, curtains, mattresses and furniture. You will find a beautiful selection of materials for your house.
The KARYBU-ki Outlet storage of KARYBU is just around the corner.
THE CONCEPT STORE BRANDS
Lemlem | Clould7 | Nana Fink | Cutler & Gross |
Parthenis | Lindell & CO. | Ligne Particulier |
Meraki | Karybu | Transit | Evolution product |
Ancient Greek Sandals | Eco Fun | ERES |
Be Parisian | Jacquard Francais | Iittala | Kinnasand Fabrics & Carpets | Alessi |
Casamance Fabrics | Bush Princess
THE KARYBU STORY
"I believe that everything that surrounds us and what we absorb has an impact on our equilibrium and stability
which results in an never ending quest for sustainable quality. Disposable goods are costly and devaluating.
In this sense, I strive to assemble our product range with great care.
In the manufacturing process of a product there should be no losers, but all those involved
deserve respect and decent pay for their work."
KARYBU develops and manufactures its own products and supplements them with a variety of products
from selected crafts studios but also from leading brands. The range is a combination of furniture, home accessories, fashion, fashion accessories, jewelry, art objects but also exhibitions and events. We focus on best quality, exclusive materials, innovation & design, sustainability, fairness, ingenuity and art aspects.
"I am commited that this company will continue to grow, in particular, to secure long-term jobs for crafts
and their refinement and also to promote creativity and innovation."
Founder and Director of KARYBU